Let’s Potty Board Game

When it comes to potty training, parents get excited and dread it. It’s something we do with each child.  It’s an exciting time in a child’s life because they are on their way out of wearing diapers but at the same time it can be a read downer.  We are constantly looking for ways to

Let’s Potty Board Game

When it comes to potty training, parents get excited and dread it. It’s something we do with each child.  It’s an exciting time in a child’s life because they are on their way out of wearing diapers but at the same time it can be a read downer.  We are constantly looking for ways to make it easier, fun, or just simple.

Let's Potty!

There is a new game out on the market, and thankfully I was introduced to it before starting the whole potty training venture with Xavier.  Aim High Games recently sent me a complementary sample of their board game Let’s Potty! It is the first type of game board on the market.  Let’s Potty! kind of reminds me of Candyland with the way the players move along the board, following a twisting and winding pathway.

Let’s Potty is a fun, humorous and light-hearted way to begin the potty training conversation with your child. Regardless of the specific potty training method you use, Let’s Potty is the perfect tool start the process. Designed to play with a parent, caregiver or older sibling, Let’s Potty is a positive and encouraging introduction to the basic concepts of potty training and hygiene. Before you know it, your child will be asking to use the potty like a big kid.

Let's Potty Game

It is a super easy game to play, just select your character and place it at the start area, decide which player will go first, pick a card and follow the instructions on it, then go on to the next player.  The one great thing with this game is that everyone is a winner, you continue playing the game until every player has reached the potty.

Shop

You can purchase Let’s Potty! exclusively through Amazon for $24.99.

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You can connect with Let’s Potty on Facebook.

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