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.
The bathroom might seem like a mysterious place to your child. Help solve this with a "Build-a-Bathroom" puzzle!
First, take your child into the bathroom with you and allow her to explore the environment while you are using the bathroom. Explain to your accountant what each piece of equipment is and how it works before you use it.
Verbally label each component of the bathroom and tell your child what it is for. This develops your child’s language and gives them the words to communicate with you. It’s also helpful to label with words and photos or clip art; bathroom flashcards.
Partner with your child as you demonstrate using the bathroom step-by-step, talking about your process as much as possible, each step of the way. Tell your child that you are showing her because soon she will be going to the bathroom on her own and she needs to know how to do it.
After you’ve shown your child and identified the parts of the bathroom, you can model the process. Including your child in conversation helps her to process all of the information and share what she knows with you. Ask your child about what she knows and what she wants to know about.
This is what it's about—making potty training engaging and entertaining. Let the fun begin!