No matter how simplistic or elaborate your potty training philosophy, implementing a potty training chart is an absolute must. Whether you’re looking for a free printable, a creative DIY, something to send with your child to daycare, or the perfect accompaniment to Dora panties, we have you covered. There are enough homemade ideas right here to get you started, plus our super simple free printable too. Paired with rewards, potty training charts offer encouragement and incentive to both the parent and the child.
Free Potty Training Chart Printable
Potty training charts are a great way to track progress and development while instilling lifelong habits and behavior.
There are a number of potty training methods available, and they all have the same goal in getting a child out of diapers. While we teach our children the necessary cues for going potty, poop, and wiping, it is equally important that we demonstrate a habit of cleanliness.
The Kandoo Flushable Wipes potty training chart teaches kids the four steps of using the bathroom: I went, I wiped, I flushed, and I washed. Getting to tick off each box instills discipline that will last a lifetime.
Want to use our chart? It’s easy!
1. Click here to download and print the chart.
2. Write your child’s name on the top of the chart.
3. Tape the chart to your bathroom wall at the child’s level and have a pencil or crayon nearby.
4. Every time your child completes the four steps of successful bathroom time, have them fill in the corresponding circle.
Print off more charts as you need them.
Be sure to monitor your child’s progress every day and continually encourage him!
Looking for more great Potty Training Chart ideas?
Here are some of our favorite potty training charts on the web.
DIY Sticker Chart
Stephanie from Binkies and Briefcases made her own sticker chart for her daughter out of poster board and Sharpies. She incorporated several milestone markers where her daughter would get a reward.
Candy Path Chart
Jessica at Sherbert Café developed a cute little path chart that awards a candy every 5th time they successfully use the potty. You can visit her site for a free printable version for boys and girls.
Don’t forget about rewards!
Rewards and charts go hand-in-hand when it comes to potty training. Click here to get some great ideas for potty training rewards – and a few things to watch out for.
Potty Training Doesn’t Have to Stink!
If you’re potty training your child, Kandoo is here to help. Follow the three steps below to receive all of the potty training support we have to offer.
1. Get Potty Training Resources
Visit Kandookids.com/PottyTraining for hacks and support on your potty training journey. From the very basics to how to handle potty training regressions, poop problems and wiping, we’ve got answers to your questions.
2. Sign up for our Potty Training Program
Need a little more help and support? Sign up for our FREE potty program. It’s full of step-by-step advice to walk you through the entire potty training process – from the first time you introduce the potty to how to throw a potty training party to celebrate your success at the end.
Sign up, and you’ll receive the most effective hacks on potty training including a step-by-step plan of action on when to start, supplies to buy, how to keep it silly, how to handle set backs and more! Click here to join now.
3. Stock up on Supplies – like Kandoo Flushable Wipes
Kandoo Flushable Cleansing Wipes clean up to 30% better than toilet paper. The wipes pop up with the push of a button, making them perfect for little hands. Added bonus? No more using too much (or too little) toilet paper.
Help your little one get a clean wipe every time with the Kandoo Potty Time Pack. From Kandoo Flushable Wipes to Kandoo BRIGHTFOAM® Hand soap – and even a potty training superhero cape – the Potty Time Pack has everything you need for potty training success.
If your child likes to be independent, the Kandoo Potty Time Pack can help. Click here to purchase it now with free shipping!