I’m teaming up with Kandoo to share a fun way to celebrate the potty training process, plus a chance to win one of 50 Potty Training Prize Packs.
Scroll to the bottom of this post to enter to win one of 50 Potty Prize Kits from Kandoo!
Hosting your own potty training party is easy! Whether you’re getting your little one excited to start using the potty or you’re celebrating a big success, a potty training party can add some fun and excitement to the potty training experience.
1. Invite Your Friends
A party is always better with friends. Invite all of your potty training (or soon-to-be potty training) buddies, and get ready to have some fun.
2. Download our Toolkit
Our Potty Training Toolkit offers great potty training tips and tools to make using the potty a huge success in your house. Click here to download your free toolkit.
3. Play Potty Games
Ditch those dirty diapers with a game of Diaper Toss. Kids can take turns tossing diapers into a trash can. While they toss, they can SAY GOODBYE to those yucky old diapers and HELLO to big kid underpants.
Another fun game? Pull out your potty seats and have kids play I KANDOO IT. It’s a lot like Duck, Duck Goose, but instead have the kids say: I Can, I Can, I KANDOO IT!
4. Don’t forget the Sweet Treats
Every good party includes some sweet treats. And every kid on the potty would like some potty treats to help celebrate their wins.
5. Stock up on Kandoo Flushable Wipes – and Other Swag
Don’t send your guests home empty handed. Party favors can include Kandoo Flushable Cleansing Wipes, their own copy of the Kandoo Potty Training Toolkit, Kandoo hand soap and a bag of potty treats.
Kandoo Flushable Cleansing Wipes clean up to 30% better than toilet paper, and our hand soap with BRIGHTFOAM® colors lets your child know when his/her hands are covered in soap.
If your child likes to be independent, Kandoo products can help!
Enter to Win: 50 winners!
Click Here to enter to win one of 50 Kandoo Potty Training Prize Packs.
Giveaway ends at 11:59 pm ET on Friday, October 9, 2015. Entrants must be residents of the United States or Canada. Promotion is void in Quebec.