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My Potty Reward Stickers for Boys: 126 Boy Stickers and Chart to Motivate Toilet Training (2nd Edition)

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Has a single hole punch for easy hanging. Stimulating interest in children is key to potty training success. Motivate and reward children using 126 full color stickers. Positive reinforcement gives children pride and a sense of self-accomplishment. The 126 stickers (each a one inch diameter circle) have images of different potty related subjects - no repetition. Many stickers have toddler boys for children to imitate. After successful potty attempts, place a sticker on the child's shirt or use the chart (which you can hang like a calendar) provided. Potty training works when it's fun! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

About the Author

Tracy Foote is a mother of three young children. She graduated from the NY Bronx High School of Science, attended the United States Air Force Academy and served overseas in Germany. As a parent, after roughly 11,000 diaper changes, she wanted to create something to expedite and ease the pressures of potty training (on both parent and child) while adding a little fun and humor. Look for her My Potty Activity Book +45 Toilet Training Tips, My Potty Calendar and My Potty Reward Stickers for Girls.
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Product Details

  • Spiral-bound: 10 pages
  • Publisher: TracyTrends; 2nd edition (July 2002)
  • ISBN-10: 0970822642
  • ISBN-13: 978-0970822642
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (168 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,176,950 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By A Customer on March 30, 2004
Format: Paperback
I found Tracy Foote's "My Potty Reward Stickers for Boys" to be an excellent visual tool to help motivate my son to want to go potty and feel good about himself and the whole process. We had watched various potty training videos, sat on the potty reading books, even used role-playing with a baby doll who wets and has her own potty when we started the training process. But not until we used this booklet, did we see results that took off quickly.
The booklet contains 126 stickers; at first I wasn't sure if it would be enough stickers, but by the end, my son was doing very well with peeing in the potty, and starting to poop in the potty as well. (With boys, pooping usually takes longer.) My son had fun choosing a reward sticker whenever he successfully went potty; there are enough pictures of the various potty training steps (e.g., sitting on the potty, wearing underwear, staying dry, washing hands, etc.) to praise a well-done job. After a while, to increase motivation, we would give our son an extra treat for completing an entire row or two (of 8-16 stickers); sometimes we'd use his favorite-M&M's, other times we'd pull out a new inexpensive toy or book. What worked well for my son was being able to visualize how many more blank circles he had to fill up with stickers in order to complete a row and then get his reward.
Could someone make their own chart with stickers? Sure, but for those of us who are pressed for time, this booklet lays it all out for you in a nice, neat, fun and easy to use format. It serves to stimulate, motivate, and provide positive reinforcement, all at your fingertips, which was worth the money in my opinion.
Another plus is that the author has customized the system for not only boys, but girls too.
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Please don't mistake this sticker book as a potty training manual and we think that's a good thing. Every child is different and the way they learn to use the potty is unique.
The beautiful thing about this book is that it can be used with any potty training method you use. Rewards are an excellent motivator. With Tracy Foote's book, the motivator is the sticker chart.
We've seen other sticker charts and they only have space for about 20 stickers or so. Although there are some children who are trained that quickly...most are not. This is a nice big chart that allows children time to develop their good bathroom habits.
Our son has enjoyed the "fireman" stickers and the other stickers with big boys to look up to. We're not at the end of our potty training journey yet, but before we got this sticker book...we had trouble getting our son motivated.
We're now at 5 poops and counting. Thank you Ms. Foote.
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My son expressed to me the difficulties he and his wife were having to motivate their 2 1/2 year old to be potty trained. I sent them this chart and the potty reward stickers, and my Grandson loves them. His parents showed him the chart and stickers and told him he could only use them after he used his potty. Shortly after that he came up to his Dad and said, "I want to go on the potty like a big boy." After he did, he ran out of the bathroom looking for his stickers. His parents are amazed how much this sticker book has motivated him to be potty trained.
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Helped my SUPER STUBBORN 4 year old get potty trained!!!! For the life of me i tried everything to get my little guy potty trained treats, cookies, money you name it.. even bought numerous pottys, books... lol i was at my witts end.. so i decided to try this potty chart.. he got a sticker for every time he went potty and we hung it up on the fridge so after he would run to it and put his sticker on :) they are all different so made it more fun to him to pick out the sticker.. then we had it setup where at the end of each row of stickers he completed he got ANY treat he wanted... then if he completed the WHOLE chart he got ANY toy he wanted :) he did complete it and now is FULLY potty trained :) We did add extra incentive with the stickers which i think made the chart much more fun.. this is the way it worked for us.. perhaps it will help someone else out there having difficulty doing it the same way :)
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I bought this product hoping to motivate my son. However, in our case the stickers are far from motivation. The chart that comes with it has worked great with the addition of our own stickers. The stickers even bored me and he never wanted to put them on as a "reward". Once we started using other interesting , diverse stickers it has been a better success. I give it a "C". The chart is good if used with your own motivating stickers.
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This isn't a new concept. I bought it because I thought the combo of stickers and a chart in one would be great. No. The stickers did not interest him at all, and he loves stickers. Add to that the chart is way to overwhelming in the number of success attempts needed in order to receive a sticker. He kept looking at how far he had to go to complete and just said no. If the chart had be divided up into five before a sticker that I could put up one at a time it would have been better.

In the end I threw away, went online and printed up a free chart and bought fun stickers. He isn't trained yet but at least now he's trying and excited to get a sticker when he is successful.
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