Potty Duck- Potty Training Begins with Play!


Potty Duck turns potty training into a fun and playful experience. By squeezing the soft rubber duck to make it pee and flushing the toy toilet, children are learning the steps to go themselves.

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Developed by a pediatrician, Potty Duck is built on 7 pillars of toddler brain science

Potty Duck allows children to:

1. Learn through play (Ginsburg, 2007)
2. Imitate an example (Buttleman, 2013)
3. Practice new skills (Fischer, 1980)
4. Learn new words (Whitehead, 2010)
5. Relate to a buddy (Therrell, 2002)
6. Use multiple senses (Patterson & Werker, 2003)
7. Learn with a caring adult alongside (Kuhl, 2007)

 

 

"Potty Duck is the most magical potty training motivator available today."
- Dr. Barton Schmitt, expert on potty training, American Academy of Pediatrics 
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Safety tested

Potty Duck conforms to ASTM F963 safety requirements and is BPA-free and phthalate-free.

 

Potty Duck in the News

Good Morning Arizona - Features Potty Duck!



              

 Toy for toilet training developed by pediatrician, newspaper article      

Local pediatrician develops toilet training toy, says newspaper article, to may potty training fun.
       Parents are often anxious about toilet training, but new toy makes it fun and enjoyable, says article in Marketplace magazine

    

 To extend the life of the duck follow these simple cleaning instructions or order an extra duck!

Cleaning rubber ducks

 

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    Potty Duck potty training hints and tips

    TIPS TO GET STARTEDBefore starting potty training, have your child play with Potty Duck at bathtime to begin learning about potty training and using a toilet. Show your child how to make the duck pee and flush the toilet. Using the toy as an example, teach your child the words pee, toilet, flus...

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