The Thirteen Myths of Potty Training helps parents and caregivers of young children understand their role in guiding a child through the process of learning how to use the toilet. This book brings a refreshing approach to the task of helping children with this step toward independence.
You’ll find straightforward information about children’s development in learning self-help skills around toileting. The book also identifies the many myths around potty training that hold adults back from guiding the child in a proactive way. You’ll also find a simple and logical sequence of steps for child that is both developmentally appropriate and respectful. While learning about how young children think about and master toileting tasks, parents may find the author’s insights into young children useful in other areas of child-rearing as well.
This is a reward book designed to be used while potty training a child. It is a colorful sticker book filled with pictures of toddlers "growing up". In addition, each page has a helpful potty training tip from "Grandma Stickers". Parents are encouraged to buy some stickers (perhaps with the child's favorite T.V. character) and use them to reward the toddler every time he/she successfully uses the potty. Children will love adding to their collection. It is a healthy fun way to encourage a child to use the potty. Unlike using a sticker chart, this book is also portable and can be taken anywhere a child may be learning to use the potty.