Toilet Education in Early Childhood


Toilet education, or potty training, is an important part of early childhood development. In this course, we will explore the basics of toilet education, including the typical age range for children to begin potty training and the key milestones to look for in their development. We will also discuss effective strategies for supporting children as they learn to use the toilet, including how to create a positive and encouraging environment and how to troubleshoot common challenges that may arise. Additionally, we will address the importance of hygiene and cleanliness when it comes to toilet education, and we will discuss ways to support children in developing good hygiene habits. By the end of this course, you will have a solid understanding of the basics of toilet education and you will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to support children in their potty training journey.


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  1. The İmportance of Toilet Training
  2. Developmental Features of Toddlers-toilet
  3. Approaches In Toilet Training
  4. Preparation For Toilet Training
  5. 6 Age And Time To Start Toilet Training
  6. Factors Affecting Toilet Training
  7. Problems Encountered in Toilet Training
  8. Toilet Training In Children with developmental delay
  9. Consequences Of Improper Toilet Training
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