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Teaching Kids How To Wipe

Teaching Kids How To Wipe. At our school and many across the country we teach wiping using a process in education called “backward chaining”. How do you teach a child to wipe their own bottom?

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Keep wiping until you are satisfied. Teach them to wipe when you potty train. Take a few sheets of toilet paper.

Set a good example by washing your hands and then washing your childs hands.


See if they can wipe the plate clean using the techniques explained above. Keep wiping until you are satisfied. Take a few sheets of toilet paper.

Put the toilet in the garbage can and flush it.


Make sure she can get to the toilet paper. Take heart that your child is showing the confidence to take care of such an important job and help. Like cottonelle clean care toilet paper is a great choice:

This is a common requirement in preschools and in kindergarten, the child must be able to clean themselves in order to be able to attend, because care providers at most of these organizations will not wipe the child for them.


Once they have wiped their own butt, get them to look at the toilet paper to check whether they are clean or not. Hand washing is a good idea. Have your child start with a kandoo flushable wipe flat in their hand.

Keep wiping until you are satisfied.


The balloons were a perfect way to illustrate how to do this in practical terms. A strong and effective toilet paper: Instruct your child to wipe the peanut butter off the plate.

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Your child has to be able to master several skills in order to become independent in going to the toilet. You might like to use the specially soft and moist. Each child sits on a chair behind of which hangs a couple of balloons mimicking the buttocks.

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