Oh-oh — there's a telltale puddle near your potty-trained child. One good approach is to have your child change into dry clothes and then help wipe up the puddle. Get more tips on handling accidents. Read Handling Potty Training Accidents
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Watch the "Finding the fun in potty training" video for handy tips on making every tinkle a happy one.
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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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
Potty training tends to have its ups and downs for most of our kids. And that's to be expected: It's a complex process, requiring several new behaviors and putting together a number of steps. Learn more about the road to potty training success. Read Training Troubles?
Time to start potty training? A good way to tell is to watch our children for certain behaviors and skills. No worries if it isn't the right time yet — all kids eventually become potty trained! Check out this handy list of readiness signs. Read Potty Training: Signs of Readiness
Is there a monster in the toilet, ready to bite? Why is that flushing sound so scary? These fears are some of the hurdles our children have to face when it's potty training time. Find out more. Read A Child's View of Potty Training
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