Most parents start the training when their children are between two years and three years old. But there's no official age, and you needn't potty train your toddler at all if you don't want to.
Helping your child start to use the potty (or toilet) is a big and very exciting step for you both. If you stay positive and calm, your child will be more likely to settle into things. The secret is to wait for signs that your child is ready for t...
Potty 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. Different children are ready at different ages; the timing has nothing to do with the...
This article is about creating some potty training incentive for parents; its purpose is simply to encourage parents who don’t want to wait until their child reaches readiness to take initiative and start earlier; lead potty training.
When you decide it's time to begin potty training, set your child up for success. Start by maintaining a positive attitude and recruiting all of your child's caregivers to do the same. Then follow these steps.
Potty training is tough. These toddler room teachers shared their tips for making potty training easier. Here’s some more bottom-line advice on potty training from the pros.
Isn’t potty training a toddler, a difficult task? Well, we think so too. Training a toddler to use the toilet and to be independent while using the washroom seems like quite a daunting task; which is why we need to clear our minds around it first.