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Potty Duck for Potty Training



Hi Neighbors!!

Here is a unique idea for the toddler who is starting to take an interest in potty training.  This cute little Potty Duck comes with his own little toilet.


The toilet has two suction cups that attach it to the side of a tub.  You then take the little duck and squeeze him under water so he will fill with water.  Allow your child to hold him over the toilet and squeeze him to squirt water into the potty.  They can then flush the toilet and it will flush out the bottom of the toilet.  Use the time playing with Potty Duck to teach your child words you will be using like: potty, toilet, whatever word you will use for pee.



What a unique teaching tool to show your child how to use a potty.  I was able to watch children at ChiTAG playing with the Potty Duck at their display and each one of them was having fun.



Little B took a bath and was playing with the Potty Duck.  T decided to show him how the Potty Duck works.  She kept squirting the water from the duck into the potty, and then flushing the potty.  B liked sticking his hands under the potty as it flushed.  He also enjoyed stealing the duck!!



From the Potty Duck website: 

The idea for Potty Duck began when Fred's two­-year­-old daughter was playing with a squirt toy. She picked it up and squeezed it to send water shooting from its mouth. He noticed a few drops of water leaked from a second, smaller hole on the bottom of the toy. Fred made the hole a bit bigger, and that night they had a lot of fun making the squirt toy pee.
A few days later, his daughter stood up and said, “I want to go like [the squirt toy].” They hurried to the bathroom for one of her first successes!



You can purchase Potty Duck on their website for $19.95.  If you need to replace your duck you can for just $4.95.  Follow them on their social media.
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