A potty training chart is a great tool for helping a toddler to understand their bladder control. The chart will help your child to understand what is going on and how to respond. Parents will find that the chart will help your child to understand what they can do in response to when they need to go potty.
The potty training chart will give your child some confidence and will make it easier for them to control when they have to go. Most parents will find that they will have to change the chart several times a day. This means that you will have to learn how to make the chart is something that they can relate to.
You will want to start by making sure that your child is actually comfortable with it. You will want to make sure that the chart has colors and symbols so that your child will understand what is going on. If your child is showing any signs of discomfort you should talk to them about it. Some children will not like a small hard object that is used to help with their bladder control.
You may want to have a picture of a toilet paper roll on the chart. After all, if your child does not understand what is going on they will not know what to do when they are supposed to go. Children will also understand when they do not have to go. They will be able to use these symbols to help them know when they need to go.
You should try to find a place where you will be able to put the chart where you child can see it. You may find that this is easier said than done. You may find that a chair, table or a tablecloth may work better.
Before you sit down with your child you will want to make sure that you have a place where your child can hide. Many children do not like to use the potty and they will prefer to have some time alone. This is okay. Make sure that you do not punish them for doing this.