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Preschool Activities That Help With Potty Training | ABC Home Preschool Blog

Since
preschool aged children are in the process of potty training, it makes sense
for the preschool program to include activities which help with the potty training
process. Whether you homeschool your kids or send them off to participate
in a formal preschool program, you can provide materials and activity ideas
which are supplemental to potty training. This helps your child
more rapidly incorporate potty training into his or her daily life and therefore
to pick up on the process more quickly. Here are some ways that
you can achieve this goal:

  • Media
    material
    . One of the best ways for kids to understand
    potty training is for it to be explained to them in different ways.
    There are numerous resources out there for children to learn
    about potty training including books, coloring books, movies and audio
    tapes. Incorporate these items into your child’s preschool
    activities to help him or her learn about potty training.
  • Playing
    with the potty training doll
    . Many experts agree
    that the “wet baby” dolls can be used to teach children about potty
    training. Playing with dolls is an excellent downtime activity
    for preschool and the potty training doll can be incorporated into the
    preschool schedule to teach kids about potty training.
  • Songs
    and games about potty training
    . If children are
    comfortable with the idea of potty training, they’ll be comfortable
    with the act. Songs and games which make the idea fun will
    help make the act easier too. Preschool classes may have
    a song that is sung each time a child goes to the potty to help encourage
    all kids in the class to want to go.
  • Transporting
    the potty chair
    . If you’re currently in the process
    of potty training, your child probably has his or her own potty chair
    located in your bathroom. This is an important tool which
    helps your child remember to use the potty. If your preschool
    will accommodate you, you may consider transporting the potty to the
    preschool so that your child will have this consistency there as well
    as at home.
  • Using
    rewards
    . Preschool kids love reward systems and
    the potty training process can have rewards just like other things (such
    as chores). Make sure that your preschool is using a non-competitive
    award system so children don’t feel like they’re failing at potty training
    if they aren’t at the same developmental stage as the other kids.

 
Potty training is something which will be
learned primarily at home but can be enhanced by the activities which take
place at preschool. Preschool age children benefit from learning
through hands-on lessons and so can use dolls and games to get a better
understanding of the process. Before you know it, your kids
will be out of diapers!

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