A small reward can be just what your child needs to hop on the potty. But be careful not to let the rewards become too important. Try these tips to keep your child focused on potty training's true goal: becoming a big kid! Read Your Guide to Offering Potty Training Rewards
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Potty training may require some thought adjustment from your child (you want me to sit on what — and do what?). But it’s nothing the two of you can’t sort out together with the right plan in place. Here’s how to get started. Read Create a Potty-Training Plan in Three Steps
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Watch the "Finding the fun in potty training" video for handy tips on making every tinkle a happy one.
If your child has a challenge or two on the way to being potty trained, don't worry it's completely normal. If you're looking for tips, here are a few practical solutions to some of the most common potty training issues. Read on. Read Toilet Training Challenges and Solutions
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Planes, trains, and automobiles great for getting places, but not so great when your child is still working on potty training. When possible, it can help to bring your child's potty seat when you travel. Get more potty training tips. Read Training on the Go
First, some perspective for frazzled parents: Every healthy child is successfully potty trained. In the long run, the age at which she masters these particular skills doesn't matter. It's not a reflection of your skills as a parent or your love for her. Doing it earlier doesn't mean she's smarter or more coordinated or will get into an Ivy League school. Read Potty Training: Signs of Readiness
Has potty training stalled in your house? Don't worry it's completely normal for children to take their time. To help encourage your child to move forward, you may want to offer some fun incentives. Get more potty training tips. Read Motivation and Rewards for Potty Training
Toilet training is one of the major accomplishments of early childhood. But before your child can master it, he has to be both biologically and emotionally ready. (Click here for more on signs of readiness.) Different children are ready at different ages; the timing has nothing to do with their intelligence, personality, or motivation. Read Step-by-Step Toilet Training
Is there a monster in the toilet, ready to bite? Why is that flushing sound so scary? These fears are some of the hurdles children have to face when it's potty training time. Find out more. Read A Child's View of Potty Training