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UnCategorized Parents who have been through potty training successfully report that using some type of a potty training reward system will help reinforce behavior and bring about desired results. Your reward system will have to fit your child’s personality and contain incentives that will be important to them. Rewards don’t have to be anything huge and amazing. You’re dealing with a little person here who can be easily impressed. When your child successfully goes on the potty, let he or she place a sticker on the potty chart on your refrigerator or in your bathroom. When your child reaches a certain amount of stickers, give a small prize or a special troy as reward. Instead of a chart, make a picture of a road leading to a specific place Ala the game ‘Candy Land’. The idea here is to make it down the road by going on the potty. When they get to their destination, a special treat is given. Involve your child in making this poster. It can be a really cute way to teach your child about staying on track while trying to reach a goal. Some parents use Skittles, small size candy bars, gum or suckers as potty training reward. Candy is a big winner when it comes to potty rewards. It doesn’t really matter what you use as long as your child really desires it! Pee Wee Herman doll worked best for us when I potty training my son. When he was small, his idol was Pee-Wee Herman (I know, I know!) He watched ‘Pee Wee’s Big Adventure’ and ‘Pee Wee’s Big Top’ over and over again! We let him have the potty training doll to play with for just a day We told him that when he went potty like a big boy, he could play with Pee Wee for a half hour. He was fully trained two days later. If you are unsure about what will work as an incentive, ask your child what he or she would like as a reward. They know what they like the best and if they want it bad enough, they’ll sure work hard to get it! Gradually phase out the rewards as your child’s visits to the bathroom become routine. If you continue to use rewards once they have mastered the task, they’ll start to expect them and may go more often than they really need to. Keep in mind that rewards don’t always work. Every child is different and you have to find what works with your child! About the Author: 相关的主题文章: