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.
If it were up to many toddlers, they would use the potty, then immediately leap off the throne and go back to playing with their hands unwashed. That’s why, after the all-important flush, it’s time for us grown-ups to help guide children with their hand washing.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, here’s how to properly wash hands:
Here’s how parents can teach this very important skill during potty training:
Puppy personalities will love playing with the foaming soap and singing songs. Be sure to give them plenty of time to enjoy the process.
Owl personalities will enjoy having “rules” on their chart and may also enjoy using a small timer to ensure they’ve scrubbed long enough.
Turtle personalities will focus on the steps of the task. “Scrub, scrub … then comes the water.” Silliness helps your Turtle become more flexible.
Bear Cub personalities will engage with a foam-filled sponge in the sink to “wash” a play dish or use an old toothbrush to scrub their favorite dinosaur.
Squirrel personalities might blow a bubble with the soap or compare amounts of soap on each hand before rinsing the germs away.
Don't know your child's potty personality? Curious? Take our brief Potty Personality Quiz to find out! Then receive potty training lesson plans that are tailored to potty training your child.