Edwards, A., & Michener, K. (2011). Successful Toilet Training and Beyond. Successful Toilet Training And Beyond , 1-45.
This article asserts that children should be trained on how to use toilets when they are aged between two and four years. Early training would make it easier for them to grasp the details and the procedures of toilet usage. According to the article, parents should always ensure that their children understand all the initial procedures passed on to them before being taught other procedures. This would help in the promotion of efficiency and adequate learning among young children. Children would be perceived to be growing faster in cases where the initial procedures taught are keenly followed.
Manitoba. (2011). Toilet Training. Toilet Training , 1-4.
In the article, the author holds that toilet training should be conducted only in cases where children are capable of understanding the given instructions. This would form the stepping stone for the the entire practice of teaching children on how to use toilet facilities appropriately. Parents should ensure that the child is of the correct age and is able to stand up and sit down.Toilet training would only be successful in cases where the child is trained at the correct age. In addition, parents should focus on teaching their children common nterms such as pee pee as this would facilitate faster learning.
Kroeger, K., & Sorensen-Burnworth, R. (2009). Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Research In Autism Spectrum Disorders , 607-617.
According to this article, children with developmental challenges such as autism should be treated differently in the course of the training. Children with physical challenges should be gradually taken through the process with the assurance that special facilities would be built to cater for their needs. They should be taught on how to use the specialized toilet facilities effectively in order to ensure that they duly understand the techniques involved. Disability should not be inability in the process of passing toilet usage techniques to the concerned children.
University, O. S. (2005). Understanding Children. Understanding Children , 1-4.
The author points out that parents need to know the conditions relating to the child before starting this vital training. Parents should be able to identify any physical challenges in their children and positively train them how to use specialized facilities. In order for the entire exercise to succeed, there must be a high level assistance accorded to such children. Physically challenged children would learn the art of toilet usage only through consistent monitoring of their movements and reiteration of the vital procedures involved. Everyone in the society is encouraged to help the physically chalenged children learn the art effectively.
Fraser. (2011). Tips for Potty Training. Tips For Potty Training , 1.
The article asserts that parents need to teach their children matters relating to communication in cases they want to go to the toilet. Through learning the toilet communication language,children would be in a position to learn toilet technics faster. Parents would train their children by having them flash off the dirty diapers in the toilet. Children would then gradually learn the steps independently and should be left to go the potty alone to determine whether all the steps relating to toilet training were taken into consideration. Proper and independent use of the potty would help parents measure the level of understanding among their children.
Rugolotto, S. (2004). Assisted Infant Toilet Training in a Western Family Setting. Assisted Infant
Toilet Training In A Western Family Setting , 99-101.
In the article, the author reports that children should always be adviced to tell their parents or other instructors any problem they encounter in the process of using toilets. Inprovements would be achieved through such reports and parents would get the specific problems faced by their children in the process of using toilets. In addition, the task requires dedication and commitment like any other kind of work. Parents should not only give instructions but should ensure that practical work is seriously taken by children. This would enable the children being taught the practice understand it more and definitely apply it. The child would be able to gain independent usage of the toilet in cases where the caretaker was efficient in the training.
Riffel, S. (2008). The Potty Boot Camp:Basic Training for Toddlers. The Potty Boot Camp:Basic
Training For Toddlers , 4-13.
According to this article, potty training is a hectic practice. It consumes as much time, and at times there could be no upcoming results from the entire process. Mothers and other individuals involved in the training of children could simplify the process by carrying out effective research in books and even websites. Research on potty training would equip them with more skills and the motivation to continue teaching children toilet issues. This would simplify the entire process of teaching children how to use the toilet facilities. Parents should be strong enough to cope with all these challenges for succeful learning among their children.
Pediatrics, A. A. (2000). Toilet Training: Guidelines for Parents. Toilet Training: Guidelines For
Parents , 1-2.
The article emphasizes that the initial stages of toilet training are crucial but excessively technical. Parents and other instructors must ensure that all the initial steps relating to the training are effectively mastered before proceeding with the exercise. Parents and other trainers need to put into consideration the finer details relating to effective training of children. Consultations would form a vital part of training on children how to use toilets and uphold the cleanliness standards required. Technicalities arising from toilet training would be effectively addressed in cases where children are constantly corrected when they mess at any point of training. Correction and repeated training would help them learn more and adopt the practice.
SA, P. (2010). Toilet training. Toilet Training , 1-3.
Some children could easily learn the exercise by themselves. According to the article, self-training is a major step in the development of such children because it enables them learn newer experiences as they grow. A child would have to tell whether his bowels are full in order to fit in as a mature person who is able to rely on himself in the making of toilet decisions. The knowledge of when one needs to use the toilet facilities would be helpful among children because it facilitates proper timing and aversion of soiling clothes.
Scott, A. (2010). Potty Training. Potty Training , 10-11.
The article points out that patience is a key determinant of growth and adaptability of children to using toilets. Parents should always be patient in the course of training children in order to ensure that they gradually learn all the steps.Children could learn the art individually or through training. Those who learn the practice independently are believed to be more efficient in the usage of toilet facilities. Individual efforts in learning on how to use toilet facilities is a major step that would motivate such children succeed further in life because of the inborn abilities to grasp newer ideas in the society.
Zolten, K., M.A., & Long, N. (2006). Toilet Training. Toilet Training , 1-12.
In this article, authors report that parents could encouarage their children to learn the art faster by introducing gifts. Those children perceived to be catching up with the practice faster are rewarded accordingly and encouraged to continue with the practice. The gifts and other privileges would then be phased out gradually as days go by. Independence in toileting matters should then be emphasized to promote faster understanding and adoption of the practice among children.
Heffner, G. J. (2002). Toilet Training. Toilet Training , 1-4.
The author emphasizes that children would acquire toilet technics faster in cases where there is a motivation. Gifts would be used to motivate them but should be gradually eliminated and independence emphasized. The gifts would form the basis of learning the children. This is because of the mentality that after each step one is given a gift for work well done. Authority should be asserted by parents in order to ensure that children follow the procedures accordingly.