If you need a great trick on how to get your toddler to poo on the potty, Zoo Poo read aloud for toddlers may be a solution.
It’s a first toilet training book to prep a child on where to go doo-doo.
The short sentences make this book a quick and easy read for kiddos to follow along!
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What’s It About?
Go on a journey to the zoo to learn how eight wild animals poo in silly places!
Giraffes doo-doo from way up high.
Zebras doo-doo as they munch.
Tigers doo-doo to make room for lunch.
The book ends with confidence-boosting potty training tips!
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Free Printable Activity
Get out your favorite art supplies to color six zoo animals!
Do you know what colors these zoo animals are?
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A Note to Parents and Caregivers…
The author, Richard Morgan, has a very special message to share with you…
“Sharing this book with a child can be helpful in preparing them for toilet training.
Children will be fascinated to discover that everybody poos, even animals!
This can make going on the potty seem much more natural.
At the end of the story are some confidence-boosting tips for you to read together, and here are some hints that might help you:
- Potty training can start as early as eighteen months, but most children may not be ready until three years of age or after.
- When learning any new skill, children need lots of patient guidance and encouragement.
- When you think your child might be ready, get a potty. Set aside a week or even longer for just potty training, and let everyone know. Don’t expect to get anything else done that week!
- Let your toddler get used to the potty with no pressure.
- Encourage lots of potty practice! If a child has an accident don’t make an issue out of it.
- Aim to phase out diapers in the daytime first, and once this is working, with a little encouragement, the night will become dry too.
- A goal for the child can be a good incentive, “If you are dry all day, we will do this…”
- If it works, celebrate, celebrate, CELEBRATE!”
If your kiddo is refusing to poo and you are wondering what to do, this book is for you.
It also makes an excellent first toilet training book for kids who are transitioning from diapers to the potty.
Most importantly, it’s goofy, fun, and helps kids learn where to go doo-doo.
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Book: Zoo Poo
Reading Ages: 2 to 4 years
Written By: Richard Morgan
Published By: Barron’s Educational Series, Inc.
Resources to Help Your Child Read
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