What is your child’s potty personality?
Our brief assessment will help you determine what kind of Potty Partner you have and provide a personalized lesson plan on how to achieve potty training success together based on the results.
Your little one is about to hit the hallways — this is an exciting moment! But it's also the time to start planning for potty training at preschool. To help make sure everyone's ready for the big day, check out this list of potty training readiness tasks:
1) Everyone has to go sometimes.
2) What it feels like when you have to go.
3) What to do about it.
Take note of how your child reacts to this discussion. Work as a team — and use our tips, based on our Potty Personalities. If you don't know your child's potty personality, take the Personality Quiz to receive potty training lesson plans tailored to your child!
Puppies tend to adapt fairly well to the preschool potty routine. Make sure your puppy knows where the potty is and how the process is handled. Give lots of encouragement.
Turtles often worry and resist the idea of potty training at school. Make sure they become very familiar and comfortable with the bathroom at school. Pressure from teachers or peers will make things more difficult.
Bear Cubs can be encouraged to try the potty with their friends at school, as part of the group. But don’t expect perfection. This will likely be a longer process for your Bear.
Owls are class leaders in potty learning and are encouraged by putting them into a role model position.
Squirrels are squirrelly at school! They do best when they are escorted regularly to the potty. Don’t count on them handling the potty process alone just yet.