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This has proved an excellent purchase for encouraging my son to use the potty. He loves Elmo. Having a story that centres on using the potty somehow brought it to life for him and he's been much more excited to use it since. He often chooses to read this story and enjoys peeking under all the flaps. He has also been able to relate to Albie, saying "like me" when it talks about wearing pull ups now and learning to use the potty. The only drawback is the American term 'diaper', though I found it no problem to just read out 'nappy' instead.
Got this to prepare our eldest for potty training based on the reviews. Whilst it conveys the general principle behind potty training it’s clearly written for the US market and not UK I.e. “mommy”, “fussing”, “diaper” etc etc
I found I was pending more time changing the words to the uk alternitave than actually reading it.
Having a 2-year old obsessed with Elmo and all things Sesame Street is fantastic - though never considered it actually useful until purchasing P Is For Potty!
This, paired with our Elmo & Dorothy potty, is really doing the trick. It is a brilliant way of explaining to children the joys of potty training. Pages are thick card, each flap is interesting (there are loads of hidden treasures!) and the story is excellent.
Meh disappointed as I usually love Elmo! Didn't make potty real for either my little one or me although the tabs on each page were fun for her but the message of potty training wasn't getting through enough I felt. Found other books much preferred
I didn’t think this book was suitable for toddlers at all. The story itself was too complicated and my daughter wasn’t interested at all. The flaps are great, so I made my own story up using the pictures and she played with the flaps.
Colourful book with good use of comparison between older child and baby. Word 'diaper' can be easily exchanged for 'nappy' but this book somehow missed the mark for me. The flaps are a bit gimmicky and don't really add anything.