Toilet Training

by Cathy Parkes February 03, 2021

A child indicates readiness for toilet training when they: Recognize and communicate the need to eliminate; Wake up dry from nap/bedtime; Stay dry for 2 hours during the day
A child indicates readiness for toilet training when they:
  • Recognize and communicate the need to eliminate
  • Wake up dry from nap/bedtime
  • Stay dry for 2 hours during the day


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