How to Make Potty Training Charts

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Reward charts are a great potty training tool that encourages toddlers to use the toilet. Learn how to make a rewards chart for potty training toddlers in this free parenting tips video.

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Video Transcript

I'm going to show you how to potty train today. In this segment I'm going to show you how to create potty charts with the days of the week. It's really simple, you just have a crayon, markers, construction paper, and you can buy different stickers, happy faces and when your child goes to the restroom, you can have them put a sticker on the day of the week that they went. And it really encourages them to go in the potty to get that sticker. You can just put it on the bathroom door of your child's room. The potty chart is a really, really good tool for children who are learning to potty train because it encourages them to go to the bathroom. So every time they go, they get a sticker and it makes them happy and it makes them want to go even more to the restroom on their own and feel proud of themselves. The potty chart is a wonderful visual for the children. Everyday they look forward to getting another sticker which encourages them more to want to use the restroom on their own by themselves. And you can add as many stickers as you want every time they go to the restroom. And you can have them do it themselves; post it on their bedroom door.


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