Each child is different but the general age range to start potty training is 18-24 months. Start by making positive associations with the toilet early on, such as showing your child how you sit on the toilet to go “potty” .
Establish a routine with your child that encourages them to use the potty throughout the day.
Potty training takes time and every child is different. An abundance of patience is necessary...and a little laughter is helpful too.
Even if nothing happens, help your child feel good about the process by providing positive reinforcement. You can sing songs, clap hands or even give them stickers.
Encourage healthy habits from the start by teaching your kids how to wash their hands.
You can find more great tips and strategies to help kids master their potty training and hygiene habits at www.kandookids.com.
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