Wet or Dry Learning Activities
If your child learns best by SEEING the difference between wet and dry:
- Cut out color paper shapes for your child. Then dip them into a glass of water to show what wet looks like.
- See who can find the most wet or dry things using everyday activities like washing hands, bath time, helping in the kitchen or art activities as examples.
- Make a collage using cut-out magazine pictures, coloring book art or found artful objects with wet or dry subject matter. Get out the glue stick and have fun with wet- and dry-themed creations. One page displaying all wet subjects, the other all dry. Proudly display your child's masterpieces on the fridge.
- Consider PULL-UPS® Training Pants with Learning Designs® that fade when wet to help your child potty train by showing the difference between wet and dry. Start with the Fun-With-Fading demo to help your child get familiar with how PULL-UPS® Training Pants with Learning Designs® work:
"Are they still all there?" Start out by showing your child how the special designs will fade when wet. A dunk in a bowl of water will do the trick.
They're Still There! Once your child is in the swing of things, use the fading graphics as an incentive to stay dry. Count up the number of magic pictures on the pants. Then keep checking on how many are left. Remember to load on the praise and high-fives when they’re still “all there!”
Next, try out the Touch & Feel activities to see if feeling the difference works best for your Big Kid®.