Learning about cleanliness

Go to bed? But is your child ready to go on the pot? To help you spot the right time and help you learn to tame the cleanliness, we've put together a little test. Let's go !

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On average, from what age is a child ready to go on the pot?

Each child is different, but toilet training starts on average between 20 and 24 months. As soon as he walks, he is able to become clean.


The acquisition of cleanliness can only be done from the moment the child has acquired the necessary neurological maturation. Before 18 months, it's useless to think about it. After this age, and if you feel ready, offer him the pot after meals, without rushing it.