Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Potty Training: Learning with the animals

Do you have a child in the potty training age? I do, Fallon is 20 months and now interested in the potty chair. I was asked by 1tucan to check out their new potty training app. It was perfect timing as Fallon had gone on the potty chair the day before.

The app starts off with a scene from a farm full of animals. You are able to choose an animal and help them go to the bathroom. It’s a very interesting method. While the child teaches an animal they are also learning about going potty themselves. Most households have some type of pet. We have a few cats and a dog. Fallon has seen all of them go potty, so when it came time to see the app she already knew what the animals did.

I started the app for Fallon and she loved to see the animals and help them go potty. She will even say Potty when they go. After we run the app for a few minutes we then go into the bathroom and have her try to go.

Is this app a little cheesy? Yes, but what potty training app wouldn’t be. When it comes to toddlers cheesy is cute and funny. As long as it’s age appropriate and helps I don’t care how cheesy.  They now have a potty song which is cute and gets in your head.
For $1.99 this is a great option to help your child get potty trained.

Potty Training Learning the Animals allows your young children to get in the right mood for successful potty training!


  •  The perfect App for a potty training ritual with your kid! 
  •  The story empowers children. They are the responsible to teach the animals to potty train. Brilliant way to learn! 
  •  Teach your child potty training in a fun interactive way. 
  •  Will set a positive mood for potty training. 
  •  Makes the incredibly frustrating task fun and interactive. 
  •  Kids love this app, the story behind it and its characters. 
  • It allows children to take an active role in taking the animals to potty, thus getting the kids ready for their own potty time … Brilliant!. 
  •  Languages: English,German, Spanish, French, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, Russian,Chinese.

Check them out on itunes, designed for both the iPhone and iPad!

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1 comment:

  1. I don’t normally comment on articles, but I have an experience I’d

    like to share that will hopefully help others in a similar position as

    myself. I know how it feels to buy and try all these different things.

    It can get really annoying! We recently started to potty train my

    daughter (Emily) any

    time my husband and I tried to "potty train" my daughter it seemed

    like nothing was working! I did A LOT (let me tell you) lol of

    searching and found this site

    called which allowed me to potty train my daughter

    quickly and calmly. As it turns out, me and my husband were not using

    the correct techniques. But I can now happily say that I no longer

    worry about her, she is now fully potty trained. I have even

    recommended it to family members and friends. If anyone is in a

    similar position, I recommend using PottyTraining101.