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Potty Training and Your Preschooler

Tips for helping your preschooler master potty training.
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From Diaper to Potty Trained

The process of potty training can take anywhere from a few days and weeks, or a few months or longer. Although the time it takes a child to master toilet training skills and the age at which it happens varies, it’s the process that is important.

“It’s going to go from a few successes to a period of accidents then more consistent success and then finally to the point of accomplishment,” Wolraich says. “Relax and enjoy your child’s success and be there to help enable their development.”

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Reviewed on July 02, 2012
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