Potty training can be confusing for kids but it doesn’t have to be complicated. A potty training visual schedule will help take the stress out of potty training your son.
Things are much easier when every step of potty training is broken down for them.
A potty training visual schedule makes potty training SO much easier for kids since it takes a lot of the confusion out of it by making each step easy to remember. They won’t have to guess what they are supposed to do next!
Just print these out and tape them to the wall. Introduce your child to the schedule by showing them what to do first, second, next, etc.
As your child starts to potty train, make a big deal about the things they did right. “You pulled down your pants by yourself!”, “You sat on the potty!” Don’t criticize the things they haven’t been able to do yet. The more you praise the things they are able to do, the quicker they will move on to the next step. Before you know it they will have completed the entire schedule all on their own.
As kids follow these potty training cards on their own, they feel more independent and confident and potty training doesn’t feel so scary for them. These are especially helpful for a child with special needs.