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Tinkle, Tinkle, Little Tot: Songs and Rhymes for Toilet Training

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The funniest and most motivating toilet-training book ever! It contains 17 funny songs and rhymes parents can use to coax kids into the bathroom: (To the tune of "Tinkle, Tinkle, Little Star")

"Tinkle, tinkle, little tot"

"Sitting there upon the pot."

"Any second now, you'll see ..."

"Sprinkle, spash and you'll go pee!"

... and to entertain them while they're sitting and waitin
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Hardcover, 32 pages
Published September 6th 2005 by Meadowbrook
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Angie Taylor
Sep 14, 2011 Angie Taylor rated it it was amazing
In an attempt to get our youngest used to the idea of potty trainging, I checked out a bunch of books on toilet training from the library. Many of them were very informative. However, my favorite buy far was the book "Tinkle, Tinkle, Little Tot" It uses a bunch of songs and rhymes to teach toilet trainging. My favorite song, sung to the tune of The Hokey Pokey is as follows,

-The Tushy Pushy-

"You pull your undies down.
You take the potty out.
You sit your bottom down,
And you push the poopy o
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Jill
Jan 31, 2012 Jill rated it it was amazing
This is a great book! We found it at the library and after multiple check-outs we just had to buy it. Autumn sings the songs in this book even when she is not using the potty. The songs praise using the potty as well as learning to wash our hands and encouraging staying dry at night. For anyone trying to potty train I would highly recommend this book and I cannot wait to introduce to our next little tot in the future!
Child960801
Apr 02, 2014 Child960801 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: picture-books, poetry
This book is part of the propaganda we use when attempting to potty train, because really, things are just happier when you can sing little songs about them. As a bonus, the relative give great looks when we're hanging out and one of the kids starts singing.

"Oh, is that 'The Itsy Bitsy Spider?' she's singing?"

"No, it's 'The Itsy Bitsy Poo Poo."

"Oh."
Salsabrarian
Original verses about peeing, pooping and good toilet hygiene are set to familiar songs such as the "Hokey Pokey" and "Freres Jacque." CD included.
Lisa
Oct 14, 2010 Lisa rated it it was amazing
This is the book to buy to read to your training toddler.
Lots of songs and rhymes having to do with potty training. humorous
Adele
Aug 26, 2011 Adele rated it it was amazing
Make potty time fun. These rhymes are sung to familiar songs such as the hokey pokey or twinkle twinkle little star. "Do it again, Mommy," was a frequent request.
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Oct 26, 2007 jenna nims rated it it was amazing
this is hilarious to sing outloud to your child!
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Fun ways to engage kids in potty training
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Kind of silly, kind of fun.
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