From the makers of Signing Time- Potty Time DVD and Music CD – Review & GivAway!

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Sing, sign and dance your way through potty training! Potty Time supports any potty training method by helping children:

  • Listen to their bodies
  • Stop what they are doing and go to the bathroom
  • Celebrate their successes
  • Deal with accidents in a positive way
  • Appreciate their amazing bodies

Potty Time teaches the potty routine along with signs that children of any age can use to talk about growing up, using the potty, and celebrating successes of all kinds. Signs are especially useful for potty training infants and toddlers. The Potty Time DVD and Music CD help children feel good about their growing bodies, learn the potty routine, and celebrate successes of any kind! 

I’ve long been a fan of Signing Time.  I first discovered Signing Time when I began teaching my oldest to sign when he was a toddler.  Since then the Signing Time dvds have become faithful family friends of ours.  I was excited when I saw on Signing Time’s YouTube channel that they were coming out with a potty training dvd.  It was the perfect timing for us!

Potty Time surprised me in that it wasn’t at all what I expected.  I had thought that this was going to be a potty training instruction dvd for little kids and parents.  Instead, Potty Time teaches kids about their bodies, that their bodies can learn to go potty in the potty, and proper potty hygiene.

Though this curricula was not what I was expecting, I really enjoyed it.  I thought that the concepts that were covered are perfect for helping kids become interested and excited about using the potty.

My favorite segment is “Stop and Go!”.  Thankfully, this is also Little Brother’s favorite segment because it tackles the frequently problematic issue of the need to stop playing and go to the bathroom.  Stopping playtime to go potty when he has to go is currently one of Little Brother’s biggest potty training issues.  Each time we watch Potty Time ,we talk about stopping play to go potty after the “Stop and Go!” segment.

Two Little Hands productions has created a whole website dedicated to helping you potty train your child.  You’ll find downloadable potty charts, tips, and even an app for your phone (it is super cool – I’d consider it a must-have).

You can purchase Potty Time DVD + Music CD at for $24.95. You can also purchase the Potty Time DVD with a potty training watch for $29.95.

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  1. I learned that children learn best through movement, music, and fun, so it is important to keep potty training fun and positive.
  2. Jessica B. says
    "Your first child is likely to train in a completely different way than your next child." This is so true!!
  3. Jody Sisson says
    I learned Many experts say that a sign of readiness has to do with language.
  4. I learned that you can get great, free potty training tips from them right in your email inbox!
  5. I learned that using timers like the potty time watch can be very beneficial in being consistent and fun with potty training.
  6. Jodi Kershuk says
    I learned that footy pj's are a no no during potty training.
  7. Potty Time is a perfect partner in potty training, working with any potty training method you choose.
  8. I learned that timers can be a good tool in training!
  9. christine jessamine says
    i learned that its okay to change my methods around
  10. Janet vickers says
    Footy pajamas cannot be used
  11. This program pairs well with any method.
  12. courtney b says
    i learned potty training can be fun too!
  13. Ang Alford says
    a potty watch may help
  14. tracy simms says
    it can be hard to train on the potty
  15. I learned that some kids aren't ready to train until the age of 4.
  16. every child is diff!
  17. Potty Time is a playful and positive approach to potty training
  18. I learned that they will e-mail potty training tips!!
  19. You need to teach them stop & go. very important
  20. Signing Time programs are featured on Nick Jr.
  21. Brittany Boardley Renaldi says
    I learned that they have an app.
  22. I learned that children learn best through movement.
  23. Ashley Bekkala says
    Its okay to allow do-overs! My 3 yr old was TRAINED! and now he decided he's not anymore... I need a few tips (this kit would be awesome) to help him get excited about it, right now its just breaking into his playtime to stop and go potty. Thanks!
  24. tina reynolds says
    no footy pjs which is what my little guy sleeps in will have to be making a change
  25. teach them stop & go
  26. I learned that a timer is a great way to get your tot into the bathroom. Just set the timer on my iphone!