Potty training can be tough, but we’ve got free printable potty training tools for you (a potty chart, a song sheet, a coloring page…). Potty training doesn’t have to be a chore. Could it even be a party? I think so! Learn more about Skip to the Loo!
Download and print these beautiful (free) printable potty things to help with potty training…
Skip to the Loo Potty Chart
Sometimes we grown ups forget how many important steps there are to using the potty. Get to the potty, pull down your pants and undies, get onto the potty, do your business, clean up, pull up your pants and undies, wash your hands — it’s all a great deal of work when you’re right in the middle of playing, which, after all, is your JOB when you are two and three. What I love about this potty training chart from Candlewick is that it acknowledges that there is a lot to learn but that it can be fun. And using the potty is a great accomplishment that is worth celebrating! The illustrations by Anita Jeram help encourage little potty trainees to join the potty party.
Skip to the Loo Coloring Page
Who doesn’t love to color? Even adults are getting into it these days. In fact, forget the little ones — in the midst of potty training some coloring therapy is probably exactly what you parents need! But seriously, the bonding that can happen between caregiver and child working together on a coloring page is truly magic. It’s a perfect opportunity to have a no-pressure conversation with your preschooler about anything, like the ins and outs of using the potty for instance. Moving from diapers to undies is a big change, and a coloring party with your little one is a wonderful way to let them know you are on the same team.
Skip to My Lou Song Sheet
Skip, skip, skip to my lou! We’ve all sung the chorus and wondered what we were singing about… Now you can learn the words and sing Skip to my LOO as a fun way to start the potty parade.
Happy potty training!
PS. Before you go… Have you seen my loo 5Q (+1!) with Candlewick? You really must.