Download free potty charts for kids to help teach the necessary skills when toilet training toddlers or children with developmental disabilities like autism. Using a sticker chart can make learning fun and exciting. It helps to focus on what your child needs to learn in order to become trained. Once they are able to do the listed behaviors, you can begin to work on getting them completely out of diapers for good.
Keeping a positive attitude about your child's progress is very important. For some children, they will transition very easily to wearing underwear all the time and not having any accidents, but for others you may need additional help. So, be sure to check out my page with potty training suggestions.
Download a Chart for Potty Training Kids
Note: You will need Adobe Reader (the latest version is recommended and available to download below) installed on your computer and pop up blockers disabled in order to open and print a free chart.
You can get Adobe Reader here (a new window will open so you can download it without leaving this page, but you will need to temporarily disable any pop up blockers to open the new window and the chart).
Before using the free potty chart, determine a number of stickers your child will need to earn before getting their big reward. There is a place to write this at the bottom of each chart. Then you may also choose some smaller reinforcers that would work well, to provide additional encouragement along the way. This may be something, such as 10 minutes of extra TV time or a piece of candy. Don't forget to give lots of verbal praise as well!
Below are some additional items that can help potty training kids go even faster. I used them to help train my son while doing potty training in three days (although I used Scotty and not Patty:).
I was actually suprised at how much he loved the Bear in the big blue house movie and the Potty Time book has a button you can push to hear the sound of a toilet flushing. The musical potty chair sings a song every time they go, which was a huge reinforcer to him!
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