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Toilet training

Children are introduced to the potty at 18 – 23 months.  This helps them to get acquainted and not be scared.  At the age of 2 years old, children will begin to get potty trained.  Parents and caregivers can help make toilet training a success by working closely together.  Adults can help children to see toilet training as a new source of pride and independence; a sign of being a grown up.  Here at Rhema’s Learning Center, we will observe the children at play and remind them to go to the restroom.   We ask that parents bring the children in underwear and that they have plenty of clothing at the center in case of any accidents.

***Potty chairs are not used at the center because of sanitation requirements and the chance of spreading disease from child to child.

Toilet training

Children are introduced to the potty at 18 – 23 months.  This helps them to get acquainted and not be scared.  At the age of 2 years old, children will begin to get potty trained.  Parents and caregivers can help make toilet training a success by working closely together.  Adults can help children to see toilet training as a new source of pride and independence; a sign of being a grown up.  Here at Rhema’s Learning Center, we will observe the children at play and remind them to go to the restroom.   We ask that parents bring the children in underwear and that they have plenty of clothing at the center in case of any accidents.

***Potty chairs are not used at the center because of sanitation requirements and the chance of spreading disease from child to child.