Incentives are a fun, effective way to help your potty training child make progress and stay motivated. If you have a little one who is a Picasso or Georgia O'Keeffe in the making, these potty training incentives will help your little artist stay happy:
Whether it's an 8 ct. or 64 ct. of Crayons, Crayons are a fun and colorful way for your child to express himself/herself. A new set of Crayons depending on your child's progress and how fast he/she goes through a set of Crayons will determine how frequently Crayons are used as an incentive.
2. Sketch pad
Sketch pads can be purchase for a low cost and are a must for your budding artist. After your child is done drawing or painting, you can tear out the pages and hang up the mini masterpieces.
3. Coloring book
Did you know there are potty training coloring books? You could also get your potty training child a coloring book about animals or whatever interests your child. Coloring books are a great way to help your child learn hand control. If you want to, you can choose to reward your kid with a new coloring book after a week of potty training success.
4. Sidewalk chalk
Sidewalk chalk is a fun activity regardless of age. Ultimately, the details of the reward system is up to but you could implement this incentive by awarding 20 minutes of sidewalk chalk time for every successful pee trip to the potty.
5. Washable markers
Does your artistic potty training kiddo tend color himself/herself when creating pieces of art? Washable markers are a great alternative to more permanent options. If your kid gets washable marker ink on his/her clothes, you just need to wash it off.
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