How to prepare your potty training kid for preschool

In a perfect world, your little one is already done with potty training and can take of business with no issues. In the real world, your little one may not be close to being done with potty training so preparation is key. The good news is that there are ways for your kid to be as ready as possible for preschool despite not completing potty training:

  • Communication with the teacher: One way to help your potty training kid continue to make the transition from diapers to regular underwear is keeping an open line of communication with your kid's teacher. Let your child's teacher know that your child is going through the process of being potty training. The teacher's awareness will help your kid get to the bathroom on time.
  • Spare change of clothes: On the first day of school, send your kid to school with a spare change of clothes. The items you need are a clean shirt, clean underwear and clean pair of pants or shorts. It'll help your potty training kid feel fresh and clean in the event of an accident.
  • Healthy snacks: Diet plays a major role in how easy it is for your potty training to take care of number two. Processed foods may not be the best option in preventing constipation. Focus on snacks with a good amount of fiber such as apples, carrots and celery. It may seem like a waste of time but cutting up fruits and vegetables into small pieces will make it easier for your kid to chew.
  • Bottle of water: Send a bottle of water with your kid to preschool everyday. Consistent hydration is key to maintaining a healthy body. It'll also help your potty training kid pee on a regular schedule and also prevent your kid from getting heat stroke. Some of the benefits of staying hydrated include healthy skin and illness prevention.

As long as you do your best to prepare your kid, your kid will keep having opportunities to progress in his/her potty training journey. Progress is key in making the move from diapers to regular underwear. What's your approach to helping your kid progress in potty training? Share with us in the comments below!

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Anna Russell

My kids are like clockwork for going to bathroom I put them in their often whether they go or not

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