Sesame Street - Elmo's Potty Time
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Potty Fun for Your Little One
Sesame Street: Elmo’s Potty Time is a fun-filled, positive approach to potty training. It will have you dancing, singing and laughing as your child learns confidence-building skills and helpful healthy habits that will last a lifetime. Featuring Elmo, Curly Bear, Grover and more Sesame Street favorites, Elmo’s Potty Time will show your child that everyone – even moms, dads and monsters – has to learn how to use the potty.
- Elmo’s Potty Time video was written by Christine Ferraro and directed by Emily Squires.
- According to character descriptions, Baby Elmo is 13 months old.
- Elmo first appeared on PBS' Sesame Street in 1980.
- Elmo became such a popular Sesame Street character that he eventually was given his own segment, called Elmo’s World.
- The Elmo character, with his high-pitched voice and lovable personality, was the invention of muppeteer Kevin Clash.
Makes Learning Fun
- Featuring classic Sesame Street characters your little one knows and loves
- Warm and appealing messages, plus catchy tunes
- Includes a printable potty certificate and an interactive storybook
- A great way to introduce your child to the concept of potty training
- Available on DVD
Meet the Characters
Baby Elmo (voiced by Kevin Clash)
Baby Elmo is getting bigger, and it’s time for him to learn an important skill – how to use the potty. Is he ready to take this big step in growing up?
Louie (voiced by Bill Barretta)
Baby Elmo’s loving dad, Louie introduces his son to his new potty and explains what it’s for with a fun 'potty time' song.
Prairie Dawn (voiced by Fran Brill)
Another Sesame Street pal, Prairie Dawn tells Elmo where toilet paper is made and what it’s used for.
Curly Bear (voiced by Stephanie D’Abruzzo)
Little Elmo isn’t the only one learning new skills. Curly Bear is perfecting her potty habits, too.
Top Customer Reviews
I was really surprised to read some of the bad reviews. For one, Elmo's Dad does NOT sound like Chef from Southpark. And if he was voiced by Issac Hayes, that would have been great too! His voice brings back fond memories of School House Rock (think "I'm Just A Bill"). If it was intentional, it was genious as his character felt nostalgic to me even though I had never seen him before. Next, there is a segment in which kids yell out what they call poop and pee. It's funny. One of the reviewers was offended but I feel that if my daughter sees big kids and Elmo speaking so comfortably about poop and pee, then it minimizes the stigma and will make her more comfortable about it all. I think that being uptight about poop and pee makes you, well...constipated. And that is counter-productive.
OK, so, the songs are cute. My daughter sings and dances. The language is very clear and comprehensive with subtle side jokes for parents. My daughter gets the message. And it is very very supportive and encouraging which makes me happy. Oh, and Grover is in it, which also makes me happy.
I recommend this Elmo film. We have watched it daily for two weeks and I am not tired of it. Neither is my daughter. She went from pulling her potty apart in play to actually sitting on her potty (clothed). She has also told me that she is almost ready to try to use it. So, we're happy.
I highly recommend this video to any parent having a hard time with potty training. Kids can relate to the characters they know and they make it easy for kids to understand.
The best $[...] I spent by far!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I ordered this when my son start potty training. He loved it and it helps him to start using the potty party because Elmo did it.Published 2 days ago by Ash
Nice complement to Daniel Tiger episode about the potty. Daughter loved it!Published 8 days ago by Megan Thorpe
Great dvd! Very informative! Using to help aid my almost 3 year old twin girls to potty train! Sticker chart is very cute too! Great price also!Published 15 days ago by Simple Mama
I found that it helps with identifying what the potty is for. Plus.... Who doesn't like Sesame Street? It's a fun way to address potty training.Published 16 days ago by Jennifer Cataldo
If only my son was into Elmo. He is more a Mickey fan. Besides it shows nothing about using the potty.Published 20 days ago by K
My children have all loved the songs on this movie and it helped them to be interested in using the potty! This is a great learning tool!Published 22 days ago by Ruby Mare
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Put him on the potty first thing when he wakes up, immediately after getting out of his car seat, and at diaper changes- just diving in with potty training is the easiest way to go. My daughter was out of diapers day and night at 7 months old, and my son was out of them at 5 1/2 months old.
Dec 2, 2009 by Erica Lien | See all 7 posts