How can I make potty training more interesting so that my son wants to do it all the time?

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Charleen - posted on 02/28/2010

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As someone else replied, Babies R Us sells these little floating pictures that you put in the potty and each time the child goes they have to aim for the picture and try to sink it. I used them in my day care center as well and the boys loved them. We always had issues with boys not wanting to go potty until I bought these then it was a piece of cake. Each time your child goes make sure to reward them weather is a sticker, a hug or just praise from you, your child loves that special attention from you. Hope this helps you out!

Sarah - posted on 02/25/2010

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Lots of praise and silly mommy time. I know a mom who gives her son a m&m each time he goes potty. I myself, like the sticker chart.

Serenity - posted on 02/24/2010

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When my son was potty trained we used small candies like M & M s as a reward until he got to the point where he wanted to go when we were not at home.

Choly - posted on 02/19/2010

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About 5 years ago I went to babies r us looking for furniture for our soon to be newborn.. They had these lil rings (that are safe for the toilet) are like bullseyes for them to pee on.. lol it looked "fun"

Rachel - posted on 02/19/2010

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Use a sticker chart, each time they pee or poop reward them with a shinny glittery sticker on a piece of construction paper.. put the paper next to there potty too !! give the bigger stickers for poopy's.... my son loved it and felt so proud and when they are on the potty they see all the stickers they already got.

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