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Let’s Potty – a review and giveaway!

As a mum to a potty training toddler, I jumped at the chance to review a game all about potty training!

Let's Potty

The box was lovely and colourful, and the contents didn’t disappoint. It’s bright and sturdy. Quite often, the ‘task’ cards As a mum to a potty training toddler, I jumped at the chance to review a game all about potty training! board games can be a bit flimsy but these were made of thick glossy board.

The idea of the game is to make it to the toilet. You choose a card and it either praises you for one of the aspects of potty training – washing hands, flushing toilet, pulling down pants etc, which allows you to move forward, or you get a card that keeps you on the spot because you have had an accident.

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Because the game is produced in America some of the language is Americanised, such as diaper instead of nappy, but it’s not a big issue. More than likely it would be an adult reading it so it would be easy enough to substitute for more familiar language.

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It would be fab for parents, childminders, nurseries or anyone potty training more than one child at a time and is a great way to encourage turn taking and following rules.

I am giving this board game away to one lucky winner. Check out the rafflecopter form below to see how you can enter. This competition is only open to Uk mainland residents. It will close on Monday 17th February and I will notify winner.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good luck!!

***Thè winner was Kim Campbell***

* Disclosure
I was sent this game free of charge for the purpose of this review. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.

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