Potty Chair Paola KS
McCracken's Gymnastics and Swim School
15515 South Keeler
Mon-Thu 10am-8:30pm; Sat 9am-11:30am
The Goddard School for Early Childhood Development
15040 West 138th Street
Varies by program
Paola Head Start
302 N Oak St
Kiddie Lane Day Care
1101 Industrial Park Dr
110 E Peoria St
16600 W 139th Street
Prices vary with programs.
Sonshine Child Development Center Preschool & Daycare
401 E Piankishaw St
First Baptist Christian Preschool
207 E Wea St
302 N Oak St
Hillsdale Elementary School
22795 W 255th St
Potty Chair - 8 Tips on Buying a Potty Chair
Eight Tips on Buying a Potty Chair
- Sturdy- The chair must be able to be climbed on, be stood on, and be sat on without tipping over.
- Collection Device- The best waste collector is large and easily removed to avoid spilling.
- Arm Rests- These should generally be avoided since they allow the chair to tip.
- Removable Seats- Potties with removable seats that adapt to a regular commode are nice for transitioning and comfort the child.
- Musical Potties- Usually distract or confuse the child, but may make the potty fun.
- Portable Potties- A nice feature but usually less stability and comfort.
- Splash Guards- Guards for boys have caused many injuries and they are not necessary when a child leans forward.
- Rewards- Always a good idea for young children who need positive reinforcement.
- Dr. D. Preston Smith
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