Elmo Potty Time Songs Little Music Note

Elmo Potty Time Songs Little Music Note

by Publications International Staff (Editor)

Board Book

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Overview

Potty training is stressful for youngsters and adults alike. Elmo's Potty Time Songs aims to put everyone at ease. A six-button sound module attached to the book enables children to play six popular songs, and they can follow lyrics on the pages and sing along. The book, recommended for children ages 18 months and older, features Elmo from Sesame Street. The tunes are catchy and familiar; the lyrics are instructive and easy for a youngster to understand, as they explain the �whys� and �hows� of using the potty like a big kid. Melodies like �I've Been Working on the Railroad� and �Someone's in the Kitchen with Dinah� mesh with lyrics that explain good bathroom habits, both on the toilet and at the sink. Elmo's Potty Time Songs includes these additional tips: � How to recognize that it's time to go. � How to relax and wait once you're there. � How much toilet paper to use? How long to wash? � What do you get when you learn to use the potty? Answer: ig kid underpants. Elmo's Potty Time Songs is powered by three replaceable long-life AG-13 button cell batteries, which come with the book. Elmo's Potty Time Songs conforms to the toy safety requirements of ASTM F963-08.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781450803656
Publisher: Phoenix International Publications, Inc.
Publication date: 12/14/2010
Pages: 12
Sales rank: 75,881
Product dimensions: 7.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.70(d)

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Elmo Potty Time Songs Little Music Note 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book substitutes potty training versus in established tunes (“I've Been Working on the Railroad” and “Someone's in the Kitchen with Dinah". Having never heard the traditional words prior to singing the potty training versus, what happens when the child attends pre-school and the traditional words are used? Will he jump in with the potty-training-versus?