Potting training can be a difficult time for toddlers (and their parents). Luckily, we live in an age where there is an app for everything – even potty training! If you’re struggling to train your toddler or are planning to start potty training soon, you need to check out these awesome apps. These five potting training apps may make the difficult task of potty training just a little bit easier.
If you’re looking for a fun way to encourage your child to keep using the potty, Potty Time is a great choice. This cute app features a variety of ways to reward your child for using the potty, from celebratory phone calls to fun games and stories. You can also track your child’s potty success on the app, print out a chart to hang on the wall, and print a certificate when your child is finished potty training. Potty Time is available on Google Play and iTunes.
Daniel Tiger’s Stop & Go Potty
Fans of this PBS Kids character will love Daniel Tiger’s Stop & Go Potty. The fun app features the beloved tiger and his friend, Katerina Kittycat, in a variety of educational videos and games that teach your toddler all about going potty. The app also helps your child learn about bathroom routines, including using the potty, wiping, flushing, and washing their hands. Daniel Tiger’s Stop & Go Potty is available on Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes.
Potty Time With Elmo
If anyone is going to get your toddler to go in the potty, it’s Elmo. His reassuring voice and fun demeanor is the perfect way to get your toddler excited about potty training. Your kids will love the fun story mode that comes along with this app, in addition to five potty training songs and cute puzzles. In addition to the fun activities, this helpful app also includes a reward chart with animated stickers to give your little one incentive to keep using the potty. Potty Time With Elmo is available on Amazon and iTunes.
While some apps are designed to make going potty fun, this app is designed to aid parents in the potty training process. It allows you to easily track each time your child successfully goes potty, attempts to go, or has an accident. It also allows you to set reminders to ask your child if they need to go potty, helping you stay on top of the potty training process all day long. Perfect Potty is available on iTunes.
PottiTrain is a great no-frills option for Android users. Just like Perfect Potty, you can easily track your child’s progress and set reminders. But this handy app also comes with a few other cool features, like the ability to track how much your child drinks throughout the day. And you don’t need internet to use it, so it’s great for tracking potty progress while on the go. PottiTrain is available on Google Play.