This printable potty chart is the perfect tool to help little ones that need an extra visual when learning how to use the potty. Includes three different style versions; princess, dinosaurs, and animals.
To make this simple potty chart you will need to print off the pdf of choice and have stickers handy. You can choose to use these charts after initial potty training or as a tool to use right off the bat when potty training.
Scroll down for ideas on how to use these charts as well as for the free potty training chart printable pdf. For another free pdf be sure to also check out these dairy routine chart pdf printables.
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Tips for success
*We completed potty training with the three-day method and then used this chart when our little one regressed after a new sibling was born. It worked great to keep her on track during the regression.
*To use this chart simply explain and prep your little ones ahead of time. You can read potty training books and watch episodes of shows that help with potty training while explaining it.
*Little ones can add a sticker to their chart every time they go potty. There are different sections for going when an adutl asks them to go potty and for going on their own or telling and adult they have to go first.
*Once little ones fill the potty training chart printables all the way to the bottom with stickers you can then decide what you would like to reward them with. Some ideas include alone time with parents, a trip to get ice cream, a sucker, picking out a small toy or trinket, a trip somewhere fun like a park, or anything else your little one may desire.