Best Potty Training Products

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Best Potty Training Products
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From potties to rewards, here are our favorite toilet training aids.


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Summer 3 Stage Potty Trainer


This potty for boys or girls features a convenient toilet paper dispenser and space to tuck moist wipes. Plus, the trainer converts into a step stool to use when it's time to reach the big potty.

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Lil Marc Potty Training Urinal for Boys


Show your little boy how to stand and aim with this pint-size urinal that's perfect for potty training. The support stand makes it easy to position next to the adult toilet, or remove the attachment and hook the urinal to the back of a bathroom door.

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Potty Training Doll by Potty Patty


Help your little one learn how and why we use the potty. This girl doll shows your child how what you drink later comes out as urine. As a team, help your child place the doll on the potty when it's time to go!

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Fisher-Price Fisher-Price® Learn-to-Flush Potty


Is your child focused on seeing results when they do things? This portable potty makes music and triggers flashing lights every time the child goes potty and presses the flushing handle. The built-in splash guard is perfect for potty training boys!

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Disney Sofia the First Potty Topper


Lure the little one to the bathroom with colorful potty seat covers. This princess option will show your little girl that everyone—even princesses—use the potty.

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Dinosaur Toilet Targets


These washable, reusable toilet targets turn potty training into target practice for your little boy. Simply tell your child to aim at the colorful dinosaurs, and you're well on your way to toilet training success!

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The Potty Time Potty Watch


Make your toddler feel all grown up with his or her own watch. When it's time to try going to the potty (30, 60 or 90 minute settings), the watch will beep and lights will flash to remind the child it's time to trying going to the bathroom.

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Kushies Pull On Training Pants


Does your child love to play dress up? Add these training pants to the mix for when they're starting to get the hang of using the potty. Refer to them as super special pants and only children who use the potty can wear them!

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Toilet Tattoos, Toilet Training Rainbow Toilet Seat Decal


Encourage your little one to use the bathroom often by adding a colorful decal to the top of the big potty toilet seat. Each time they go potty, they get to mark off a square with a reusable, washable sticker.

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Potty Scotty Potty Training Chart & Stickers


Is your current rewards system failing? Try hanging a chart on the wall that contains colorful stickers and a game-like approach that allows the child to win a prize at the end, like ice cream or a new toy!

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BabyBjörn Toilet Trainer


Once your tot is ready to go from her mini potty to the big porcelain throne, this toilet training seat is a comfortable and convenient option. The curved seat is made out of PVC-, BPA- and phthalates-free plastic and has a built-in handle for easy hanging when it's not in use. Don't worry about it not fitting your toilet seat—the cover has a dial to adjust its size and secure it in place. 

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'Potty Time with Elmo'


Featuring everyone's favorite furry red monster, this board book is short and sweet, with entertaining sound buttons. Without going into too much detail, the story follows Elmo as he teaches his doll, Baby David, how to use the potty—a great first introduction to pique your tot's interest in the potty.

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Försiktig Children's Stool


True to its name (försiktig means "cautious" in Swedish), this lightweight Ikea stool was designed with safety in mind. The top and base are covered with an anti-slip material so your tot has a secure place to step up and reach the toilet or sink. Plus, it'll only set you back a few dollars. Hearing "I can do it myself, Mommy!"? Priceless.

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Kiddopotamus Deluxe PiddlePad


Accidents are bound to happen at some point during the potty training process. Contain messes with this waterproof seat liner designed to fit comfortably in car seats and strollers. The super-absorbent fabric can hold one cup of fluid and is machine washable for headache-free cleanups. 

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Huggies Pull-Ups


These training pants have stretchy waistbands that make it easy to pull up and down when using the potty—just like "big kid" underwear. If your little one has an accident, you can easily rip open the sides for quick changes.