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apps/animations/songs for TT
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Posted 26 February 2013 - 02:40 PM
Just wondering if anyone knows of any apps, animations or songs to help with toilet training.
DS is 24 months, has good language skills (uses 4-6 word sentences) and has been able to tell us he has done a wee for about 6 months. He currently wees outside (says "maybe liam do wees garden" when he wants help getting his pants off) but wont sit on a potty long enough to use it. Yesterday he sat on the potty while watching playschool after his sleep and did a wee, which he was very proud of.
He is very motivated by "screen time", either playschool or counting songs/ interactive books on our samsung tablet, which we limit to about 20 minutes a day (usually TV or Tablet not both, and some days we are too busy playing) and he also loves music and singing.
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