It is important to talk to your child about potty training before you start.  

Let them know what to expect and explain the benefits of using the potty chair. 

Use positive language and avoid shaming or blaming your child if they have accidents. 

Once you have decided to start potty training, it is helpful to set up a routine.  

This will help your child know when to expect to go to the potty. Try to take your child to the potty chair after meals, before nap time, and bedtime. 

Accidents are a normal part of potty training. If your child has an accident, do not punish them.  

Simply clean them up and remind them to use the potty chair next time. 

It is important to praise your child for their potty training progress.  

This will help them feel good about themselves and encourage them to continue using the potty chair.