"Toilet-training expert Jamie Glowacki's self-published OH CRAP! POTTY TRAINING has sold more than 40,000 copies and has been the "dirty little secret" of moms on message boards and in parenting groups for years. Now, this proven, 6-step plan (called "the WHAT TO EXPECT of potty training books" for its comprehensive, no-nonsense voice) is available to the general trade audience for the first time"--
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Potty training a child with developmental disorders can be a real challenge, and sometimes the extra difficulties make you feel as though you've tried everything, and failed. In this book, Brenda Batts shows how you can overcome problems, big and small, and provides tried and tested methods that really work, tailored to each individual child. Bursting with ideas on how to see past conventional strategies and adapt toilet training to suit your child, this book outlines methods that have helped even the most despairing of parents and caregivers. Examples of success stories range from two-year-olds to adults aged 20, and show that no matter how difficult it may seem, a little creativity and adaptation can get anyone toilet trained, however many previous attempts have failed. The program itself is supported by plenty of helpful hints and tips, as Brenda covers all you need to get your child past the diaper stage and help them to achieve a big step towards independence. This book is a must for anybody looking to toilet train someone with developmental disorders.
Uses the concept of being a pirate to illustrate step-by-step instructions for potty training for boys, in a text that includes a punch-out pirate hat and stickers which can be used as rewards.
For some reason, getting boys to relinquish their diapers is often much harder than getting girls to do the same. Potty Training for Boys provides a step-by-step guide to redressing this balance without stress.
Despite a few bumps, leaks, and spills along the way, the trip overall is a great success as the kids aboard the colorful train take great delight in their potty-training journey to Underpants Station.
Many parents experience a long and bumpy ride along the road to a nappy-free existence. Advice on offer from grandparents, friends and professionals is often conflicting, leaving parents unsure of how and when to potty train their child. In Potty Training in One Week, bestselling author Gina Ford sets out a simple, easy-to-follow programme that works quickly and avoids many of the common pitfalls parents encounter. This clearly organised book makes potty training easy, and even fun. Including updated information on: - How to know when your child is really ready - How to make potty training fun for your child - How to reward - How to deal with accidents - What to do when you go out - What to do at sleep times
With interactive flaps and child-appealing text, the author describes the steps a toddler must go through in learning how to use the potty.
'A practical guide to helping your child through one of the most important developmental stages of early childhood' - Green Parent Book of the Month Gurgle's Honest Read for December How to make potty training stress free for you and your child The Gentle Potty Training Book is a practical guide to helping your child through one of the most important developmental stages of early childhood. Avoiding strict timelines, rewards and plans that are based solely on a child's gender, Sarah Ockwell-Smith advocates an approach that is based on your child's unique developmental stage - because the gentlest, easiest and most effective potty training happens when you work with your child as a team. Sarah's advice includes: * Recognising the physical and emotional signs that your child is ready * How to talk to your child about potty training and prepare them emotionally * What you need to get started - the practicalities * How to respond to accidents and setbacks * Potty training your child when you're in full-time work or co-parenting * The when and how of night-time potty training * What to do after previous false starts Comprehensive, practical and realistic, Sarah's advice will give you the necessary understanding and confidence to make potty training a smooth process for you and your child.
With gatefold flaps, a humorous story teaches youngsters that everyone needs to take time to go to the potty, from princesses and doctors to ship captains.
The Sesame Street Potty Time with Elmo comes with a seven-button audio module that enables children to add voices and other sounds to a story about Elmo teaching his doll, Baby David, all about using the potty. The book is recommended for children ages 18 months and older.Icons on the book's pages match the buttons on the sound module. Children press a button that matches a page to activate sound. They hear words of wisdom from Elmo to Baby David about all aspects of using the potty, including washing hands afterward, and other sound effects, including a flushing toilet. The Sesame Street Potty Time with Elmo has coated, board pages that resist rips and tears, and wipe clean of spills. The book conforms to the toy safety requirements of ASTM F963-08. Three replaceable AG-13 button cell batteries that power the sound module are included.
This fourth edition of this book comes with glossy stickers. Stimulating interest in children is key to potty training success. Motivate and reward children using the 126 full color glossy girl potty stickers. Positive reinforcement gives children pride and a sense of self-accomplishment. The 126 girl stickers (each a one inch diameter circle) have images of different potty related subjects - no repetition. Many stickers have toddler boys for children to imitate. After successful potty attempts, place a sticker on the child's shirt or use the chart (which you can hang like a calendar) provided. Potty training works when it's fun!
Simple text and illustrations of a child with a teddy bear using the potty introduce toilet training. On board pages.
Explains the best way for a boy to go from diapers to using the potty, in a text with stickers that can be used as rewards.
Princess Polly's Potty: Hilarious potty training from Ladybird Princess Polly's Potty: Potty Training for Girls is an entertaining picture book from Ladybird that helps parents struggling with potty training for girls aged 18+ months. Clear, informative and fun pictures are aimed at tackling the common anxieties that children may have about using the potty. Each page encourages parents and children to interact with the story by pressing the 'cheer' sound effect when the child has interacted correctly in order to eventually motivate their child into using the potty. Even princesses use the potty! Follow Princess Polly on her potty training adventure and press the sound button to cheer her along! This book is perfect for helping girls feel confident and motivated about using the potty. Princess Polly's Potty was written by Andrea Pinnington and illustrated by Melanie Williamson. For further advice on potty training, please visit www.ladybird.com/potty. Pirate Pete's Potty is a version of the same story - including sound effects - tailored for boys.
Suzy Sue has something very important to do... the truth is she needs to do a poo, but someone has borrowed her potty! Join her as she searches the farmyard for her bright red potty. Will she find it in time? 'Youngsters, already tickled with the bathroom humour, will be in hysterics as Suzy Sue asks each animal in turn if they have seen her potty.' - Kirkus Reviews An hilarious rhyming story and 'A perfect book for potty training.' Bournemouth Echo Read about the author at www.mijkelly.com
Pictures and simple text help show young Charlie Thomas and his toy bear Teddy how to use the bathroom like grown-ups do.
Reassuring text and humorous illustrations geared toward boys make for a perfect instruction book for potty training a young boy.
The kids of Adventure Bay are ruff-ruff ready to use the potty, just like you! The PAW Patrol pups are here to lend a paw in this pup-tacular story that teaches healthy bathroom basics. Press 7 interactive buttons to bring the story to life with exciting sounds. Matching words with pictures and sounds enhances reading comprehension, and connecting with favorite characters engages young readers at story time.