Our mission is
to encourage children to use the potty through
a catchy song customized with their name.
The Potty Song Does…
The Potty Song motivates toddlers to use the potty
by generating excitement through a personalized potty
training song. The Potty Song also promotes bonding
through common celebration. Why not put some fun into
The Potty Song Works…
The goal of potty training is simple…to
train our toddlers to use the potty and abandon their
diapers. The problem is how to motivate them. For toddlers,
excitement seems to be the key to motivation. If you
find what excites your toddler, you’ve found
what motivates them. If your child is excited about
a new toy, he will be motivated to play. Giving her
a brightly colored package motivates her to open it.
But how do you generate excitement and motivation to
use the potty? The Potty Song works because it creates
excitement through a personalized song that speaks
directly to the potty training child. Consider the
following points …
- The Potty Song generates excitement through a personalized,
upbeat and easy to remember song that speaks directly
to the potty training child.
- Toddlers at the potty training age know their name
and get excited about a song made just for them.
- The Potty Song is so catchy that it’s hard
for a toddler to get it out of his head. This reminds
him that he wants to hear it again which in turn
reminds him that he needs to use the potty in order
to make that happen.
- The length of the song is just right for the attention
span of toddlers. Toddlers get so excited to hear
the song, but it’s short enough to leave them
wanting more. The desire to hear it again and again
generates motivation to use the potty again and again.
- Singing the song together can be a fun bonding
experience for parent and child. This adds to the
excitement and increases motivation to repeat the
- Unlike candy or prizes (other popular motivational
tools), you always have The Potty Song with you (even
if you have to sing it without the CD). Also, candy
and prizes create an added cost and create a reward
system that is materially oriented…not relationally
oriented like The Potty Song.
How The Potty Song
Step 1: When you receive your copy of the song,
let your child know that you'll be playing The Potty
Song each time they use the potty properly. Then let
them hear it.
Step 2: Give your child plenty of opportunity
to use "the chair". Set a timer and have
them try every sixty minutes or so.
Step 3: Each time your child actually goes
on the chair, play/sing the song for them. Dance around,
clap your hands, be crazy and celebrate! They’ll
probably want to hear it again and again, but we recommend
you play it only once each time they go. This allows
the excitement to be sustained for next time.
To hear the full version of The Potty Song, just
click the “Play Song” button on the right
side of this page.