All seasoned parents hate the potty training experience. This can be dramatically helped by using learning toys and games to help motivate your child. We will provide you with a few examples of how you can take this usually messy experience and quickly turn it into a positive one. If one method fails, you can always try another. You can also mix a few methods according to the personality of your child.
- Use Potty Training Books
If you can’t exactly explain the process to your child in words, you can always use potty training books to help them visualize the process. These books are specifically made for toddlers who are learning how to use the potty. Most of the potty books are drawn in cartoons. This makes it visually appealing to your child and it explains the process in a fun and cheerful manner. If you can’t find a book or buy one, you can make your own. Find pictures on the internet to explain the process.
- Use Puppets
You can find a puppet craft show for potty training online. It’s a fantastic way to explain the entire process for your child. Children love puppets and receive the information from them much more willingly. Entertainment (and mixing it with education) is a simple way to get your child focused on the information they need to know.
- Use a Progress Chart
Children love to be rewarded for good behaviour. We all grow when we have compliments given to us or have earned a reward. Children struggle to start going to the potty because there is not immediate benefit for it. By starting a potty progress chart, your child can see visually how they are improving. You can make your own progress chart or find a printable version online.early learning, learning toys