Potty Training Directory
Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how potty training (or toilet training) is accomplished, tips on training, potty training readiness, and much more.
Growth and Development, Ages 2 to 5 Years-Promoting Healthy Growth and Development
As a parent, you can enhance your preschool child's development in countless ways, the most important of which is showing love and affection. You guide your children through the challenges of this important time of life by talking and reading to them, providing opportunities for play, playing pretend with them, showing them how to get dressed or use the toilet, and setting boundaries and limits ..
Growth and Development, Ages 2 to 5 Years-Common Concerns
Common problems parents encounter with their children during the preschool years relate to sleep, eating, safety, and difficult emotions and behavior. SleepingPreschool children between the ages of 2 and 5 need about 11 to 13 hours of sleep each day. Your preschooler may go through phases when he or she resists resting. Sometimes children may refuse to go to sleep as a way to assert their ...
Potty Training and Your Preschooler: Advice for Parents
What if your preschooler hasn't mastered potty training yet or isn't interested in trying? WebMD has expert advice on potty training your preschooler.
Toilet Training Your Child
Toilet training can be downright stressful; here is some information to help with the process.
New potty training method suggests that some infants can be toilet trained before their first birthday.
Parenting Toddlers Mistakes: Potty Training, Food, Siblings, and More
Temper tantrums? Potty training? Toddlers can be tricky, but learning to avoid these mistakes can make parenting them much easier!