These Toilet Targets make potty training fun. Just drop the flushable foam shapes into the toilet and let kids aim. Toddlers love the bright colors and they're thrilled when they can hit the floating targets. Plus, parents are happy to avoid hours of pleading in the bathroom.
These Toilet Targets are made from starch and dyed with food coloring, so they're non-toxic. 30 targets per pack. Ages 2 years and up.
- For little boys working on their aim
- Makes potty training fun
- Non-toxic, eco-freindly and gallons of fun
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Based On 11 Reviews
We were given one of these at a restaurant last summer and our daughter loved it! It kept her busy for the whole meal. She is almost 2 now and we use them everything we go out to eat. We are always getting asked where to buy them! And you don't have to worry about the table being nice and clean because these are!
I tried everything with my 3 year old but she would not show any interest in potty training until a former college roommate told me about the Potty Watch. This cute little timer fits on her wrist and plays a song with flashing lights and automatically repeats every 30 60 or 90 minutes. Brynn was soon telling ME it when it was "Potty Time" and sang the potty time song lyrics that came in the package. It actually made the experience fun for both of us, and with consistent trips to the potty she soon gained the confidence to practically train herself. At just $10 this was the best bargain I have found in a long time!
Item arrived promptly well packaged, and was as described. I have no complaints.
I can't believe I paid for basically packing peanuts..... I spent more on the shipping than I did the overpriced packing peanuts...... my grandson was NOT impressed. Don't waste your money!!
i have read this book and it is cute
i love him am i the only child who has a potty scotty doll i think he is adorable but they should make potty scotty clothes too i love the doll but never gave the doll water
Please check your calendar. It is now 2008, a time in which some people might consider stories about talking trains to appeal to both boys and girls.
So why are none of the clothing products made for girls?
It's a valuable market, why aren't you tapping it? And please, in time for my two year old niece who is Thomas-mad to have some knickers for Christmas.
I have used toilet target with both of my boys and will now use them with my 34rd son. It was hard trying to teach my now eight year old how to use the bath room with our making a mess. I found the piddlers and it became a breeze. When my four year old was ready to potty train I found the piddlers again and had now problems at all. Now that we have a baby again I am already stocking up with toilet targets. If you have boys, you need these piddlers. P. S. My husband thought they were fun too.
Piddlers Toilet Targets for Potty Training made my life much easier. My 3 years old son wanted to go to the bathroom like his daddy. I was having a difficult time teaching him how to aim, and his father is always working to support our household. I got a tip from one of my friends that she trained her son with theses, and he had fun aiming at the rings in the toilet bowl. I was a little bit skeptical at first, but once my son started aiming at the targets, he had fun, and it was easy for myself and my husband because our son now loves to go potty, and we do not have to worry too much about accidents!
I love them!!!
My son stayed dry day 2 into potty training.
He went through the entire box in 2 days but he loves "going pee pee on the potty"
I am buying 3 more boxes!
Seven years age,I had an age three special needs child who was poop trained but was still having difficulty becoming pee trained. The Piddler aids were so much fun that within a few days he was completely potty trained. I then passed the left-over Piddlers to my neice and her son was potty trained in a few days also. Now it's time to potty train my two-year-old grandson. Piddler's to the rescue!