Free Potty Training Charts
with cool original graphic


Printable * PDF format * A4 paper


Here in this page you’ll find free potty training charts with detailed, original illustrationsAvailable in PDF format and suitable for print on A4 paper.

All you need is an Adobe Reader, which you can also get here (see the link further down this page).

Potty charts, like other behavior charts, are a visual aid that parents can use to motivate their kids. They are fun and easy to use.

Charts can help kids visualize the progress they’re making, and become more engaged in the toilet training process.


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To view and print our free potty training charts you’ll need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer:

 

You can download Adobe Reader in this link (note: will open in a new Window).


Our potty charts can be used in more than one way:


  • Charts with blank cells can be used with stickers, or without stickers - if you prefer to draw something, write down a word or a number, or simply mark “V”.
  • We also have Charts with a preset template, where each square contains an empty shape (a little star for example), and kids can color inside.

You can easily come up with ideas, but just in case - we’ve listed specific examples further down, for each of our potty charts.

Scroll down to see the available charts AND suggestions for how to use each of them.


A selection of printable, free potty training charts to choose from


We’ve created several templates of free potty charts: They all have the same idea basically - but each one of them offers a slightly different way of using the chart.


Potty chart #1: blank cells

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Description:

The top line of the chart features the main "milestones" -- desired behaviors that are part of toilet training.

The left column lists days 1 to 10 of the training. You can use the chart for as many days as you want - whatever works with your child. We picked 10 because it seems like a sensible number of days, and it spreads nicely on A4 paper.


How to use this chart:

The basic concept is to use a single row per day. Just mark any sign in the blank square below the appropriate image, to indicate that your child has succeeded in this behavior.


Here are some specific suggestions for using charts with blank cells:

  • Let your kid mark a little “V” sign or an “X” sign
  • Draw a little smiley face
  • You can write down the number of times your child has succeeded in a certain behavior, for instance - write down ‘4’ in the “made pee in toilet” column.
  • You can use this chart with stickers: Smiley faces, stars, a specific figure that your child favors, or anything really. Just buy a whole bunch of stickers and let your kid post them in the relevant columns.


Potty chart #2: Blank cells without "almost in toilet" category

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Description :

This chart is the same as potty chart #1 above - only without the "made poo - almost in toilet" category (it might not be everyone's cup-of-tea).


Potty chart #3: Stars template

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How to use this chart:

The basic concept is to use a single row per day. When your child has completed a certain action, for instance - making pee in the toilet - let him/her color inside the star-shape below the relevant illustration.

Another option: Buy a bunch of star stickers and give one sticker to your child to post inside the blank star template, each time he completes as action.



Potty chart #4: Stars template without "almost in toilet" category

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Description :

Same as potty chart #3 above only without the "almost in toilet" category (again, because it might not be everyone's cup-of-tea).

Potty chart #5: Smiley template

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How to use this chart:

It's the same concept as the stars chart and the blank-cells chart, i.e. single row per day. When your child completes an action, like sitting on potty / toilet - let her paint inside the smiley shape below the relevant image.

Another option: Buy a set of Smiley stickers and give one sticker to your child to post inside the smiley template, whenever she completes a certain action.



Potty Chart #6: Smiley template without "almost in toilet" category

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Description:

Same as potty chart #5 above only without the "made poo - almost in toilet" column.


More ideas...

Our free potty training charts can be used in different ways. Some parents like to combine potty charts with small prizes (aka 'reward system').

Check out this page for more information - and specific ideas for Potty Reward charts.



More choices of free potty training charts

The next templates of potty training charts are different from the ones displayed above:

  • The action illustrations are displayed horizontally, rather than vertically as in charts #1 to #6.
  • The chart columns represent Days: in some of the charts the day numbers are displayed (Day1 to Day7), whereas in other charts we left the headers empty.

Charts #7 to #13 all share a similar concept, but there is a variety of templates:

Blank cells, Smileys, Stars, Hearts & Sunshine, and a couple of special templates.

Scroll down to see the selection.

 


Potty Chart #7

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Potty Chart #8

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Potty Chart #9

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Potty Chart #10

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Potty Chart #11

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** Special Templates !!! **


Potty Chart #12

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Potty Chart #13

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