18 February Potty Training Incentives that Work February 18, 2016 General parenting, parenting ideas, potty training 0 Sticker Chart Create a day-to-day chart and decorate it with your child's favorite superhero or TV character. After each successful trip to the bathroom, she can place a colorful sticker on the chart. Potty Log Purchase (or make from scrapbook paper like we did) a colorful journal and use it to write a personalized story of your child's journey from diapers to fully potty trained. Have your child star as the hero, of course. After each successful trip, add a little to the story with the help of your kiddo. Coloring Book Let your child color a drawing after each trip to the bathroom. After he's fully potty trained, you can treasure his art and remember the big achievement. Books Books can be incentives in a number of ways. Try one of these ideas to get toddlers reading and potty training: Keep a stash of books in the bathroom that are only for use while on the toilet. Get your toddler comfortable in bathroom by having him sit on the toilet fully clothed as you read a book. When he's ready, have him sit without the diaper. Take a trip to the bookstore and have your child pick out new books, but let him read the special potty books only when going to the bathroom. Drink & Wet Doll Buy a potty-training "drink and wet" doll and have your toddler teach their baby how to go to the bathroom. By teaching the doll, she will be potty training themselves without even knowing it. Door Hanger Make the bathroom a fun space by having your toddler decorate a door hanger and signs with stickers, markers, and puffy paint. Comment (0) Comments are closed.