My daughter has ben potty trained for about a year. She knows how and when she needs to go. But she is always resistant saying she doesnt want to. Hass many accidents at preschool but never at home. They say she cries when asked to go potty but will still go. I have no idea why she does this..
Hi there. Well, your daughter is still young. The average age to be potty trained in the US is 3.5! She probably doesn't want to take time out from the 'fun' at preschool to use the bathroom. When my little ones had accidents, that was often the reason. They didn't want to 'miss out'.
so, have them give all kids mandatory potty breaks----- okay, time for X to go potty, then time for X to go potty, etc. If all the kids take a turn, it will be less of an issue.
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