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Fisher-Price Thomas Railroad Rewards Potty, Kids Toilet Training seat, Ring and Step Stool with Train Sounds, Songs and Phrases to Encourage and Reward



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Thomas helps keep potty training on track with fun train sounds and a tune to reward every success and it “grows” with your child’s training, too. First it’s a potty seat with a built-in sensor that knows when to reward success with fun train sounds and music. Then, when your child’s ready to transition to the toilet, the potty ring removes for use on most toilet seats. Built-in potty ring handles on a seat that’s just their size help toddlers feel secure on a big toilet, making the transition easier for everyone. And the base converts to a sturdy step stool that helps children climb aboard the toilet and reach the sink to wash hands.

Thomas is an optimal potty training pal. Potty training is so much more fun with a trusted friend like Thomas. Thomas & Friends Thomas Railroad Rewards Potty is easy for little ones to get on and off independently, with handles that help them feel secure - whether they’re sitting on the potty seat or using the removable potty ring to make the transition to the regular toilet. Fun train sounds and tune encourages and rewards success and the built-in splash guard helps boys prevent mess. The removable bowl makes potty-time clean up easy, too.

Develop and grow: Thomas & Friends Thomas Railroad Rewards Potty helps little ones develop the confidence they need for potty training. It encourages and rewards success with fun train sounds and tune - making it fun for little ones to sit on the potty. The removable potty ring helps make the transition to the regular toilet easy, with handles on the seat that help kids feel secure. The potty lid folds down to convert to a step stool that helps kids climb aboard the toilet and reach the sink to wash hands.

Toilet training tips and tricks. Believe it or not, toilet training is a fairly straightforward process - for you and for your child. Some toddlers pick it up in a few days, but mastering the habit is more likely to take a few months. The key is waiting until your child seems ready to begin to learn about the potty - and finding a potty they find comfortable, inviting and fun.

Here are a few toilet training tips that might help: Go to the library or bookstore and get a children's book about toilet training to read together. Get a child-friendly, comfortable potty chair. Some children fear falling into the toilet and feel more comfortable on a low potty chair with their feet on the floor. Look for a potty with a removable ring that helps make the transition to the toilet easy and familiar. Requires 1 AA battery (not included).

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