Friday, September 9, 2011

Potty Training Jar #2

A couple weeks ago Briana made a potty jar for her daughter.  She inspired me because her daughter is 2 months younger than my son, Weston, and already potty trained.  So... I decided to give her potty jar a try with Weston and it WORKED.  He is officially not in diapers anymore!
Here it is...
I did my jar a little different because I do not have a vinyl cutting machine- I used stickers instead.
Materials used:
Jar
Ribbon
Letter Stickers
Candy
It was a pretty fun project to do with my 2 year old.  I had him pick out the letters and put the candy in.  I think that it made him more excited to use the potty!

10 comments:

Briana Richardson said...

I like the different colors of the stickers! Cute project!

Jennifer @Miss Maggie's Place said...

This is so cute. I've been using M&M's to help my son who's in kindergarden learn his sight words. M&M's are a GOOD motivator. :)
Jennifer
www.miss-maggiesplace.com

Amy said...

This is really cute...I'm looking for any ideas I can get to potty train my 3 yr old son. He's so resistant to it...he says it "takes too long" to use the potty. He doesn't like chocolate, so I'd have to come up with a different bribe, I mean, treat. :)
Thanks for sharing. Any other potty training tips are appreciated!!

amy
oneartmama.blogspot.com

Suzanne said...

What a cute, yet easy project! Mine are all done with potty training...thank goodness, but I'm sure I could use the idea for a different incentive! Perhaps cleaning their rooms?!?

Natasha said...

what a great idea!! will be needing to use this very soon as my daughter is nearly at the potty training stage!!

i would love it if you would share this on my link party , Serenity Saturday over at www.serenityyou.blogspot.com

xxx

Vicky said...

Very cute! How does the jar work? Do you just give him an M and M when he goes potty? Do you keep the jar where he can see it?

I am a new follower from Idea Sharing Wednesday. if you have a moment stop by www.messforless.net and say hi!
Thanks!

Babblings and More said...

I made one for my daughter and we kept the jar on the sick so after she was finished "going" she could take a few candies out of her jar. It worked great for her and now she is all potty trained and still loves the jar! Thanks for stopping by!
Briana

Danielle said...

It is so nice when diapers are of the past. Congrad's for your little one and cute jar:>

Honey at 2805 said...

Another cute idea for those with kiddos!

Thanks for linking to Potpourri Friday!

Ellen said...

What a neat idea....I am so glad my potty days are over, but someday I may need a grammy potty jar.
Hugs,
Ellen

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