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November 10, 2021

Books for Potty Learning

Potty learning can be such a fun (and sometimes frustrating) process for your child and for you. We are asking our child, although slowly, to change their routine around elimination. This can be a change that many welcome as they move to a new phase of craving independence. For some, it can be a little scary, frustrating, or maybe they don't even care. 

At just over 2-years-old, Teddy is pretty much finished with his potty learning journey. We are still working a bit on some areas but he is in undies full-time while awake and is very successful at this point. One thing that Teddy has really enjoyed during this process is reading about poop and using the toilet. Actually, I found this helpful with all of my children. So I thought I would share some good options for books about learning to use the potty. 

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Montessori friendly books for toddlers about potty training and learning to use the toilet.

* Those marked with a star are Kavanaugh Family favorites. 

I try to look for books that take a neutral approach to potty learning, sharing the basics without a lot of extra emphasis on rewards or shaming. Not every book is perfect here but we try to avoid as much fantasy as possible, and language like "you're a big girl." We want to keep it neutral and positive. 

Have you used potty learning books with your toddler? 


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