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ToiletingPicturesGirls
Tip sheet:
Toileting picture steps for girls
This series of pictures for girls is to
help your child develop the skills
of toileting.
• You may wish to put the pictures, in sequence, on the
wall next to the toilet to help your child with the right
order of the toileting steps.
One step at a time
The pictures cover all aspects of toileting. You will
use different pictures when teaching the individual
skills of toileting.
How to use the pictures
• Choose the pictures you wish to use. For example:
the series of pictures that show sitting on the toilet,
or the pictures that show the steps of bottom wiping.
Alternatively, you may select those pictures that
remind your child of the main steps of toileting.
• You may wish to use individual pictures such as the
picture of the toilet that your child then uses to let you
know they need to go to the toilet.
These are a few ideas of ways to use the pictures to get
you started. You will probably come up with many more.
Some parents choose to laminate the pictures so they
last longer.
• You can then make a book using the pictures that you
and your child can read together or your child can read
when sitting on the toilet.
This tip sheet is only a guide. Seek professional advice as required. © Victorian Continence Resource Centre 2010
Sign toilet
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Undies down
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Toilet time
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Dress up
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Sit down
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Toilet
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Do wee
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Lid up
Wipe bottom
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Get toilet paper
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front to back
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front to back
Wipe bottom
Get toilet paper
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Check paper
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Put paper
in toilet
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No poo
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Do poo
Undies up
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Sleeves up
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Put paper
in toilet
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Flush toilet
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Turn tap on
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Dress down
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Wash hands
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Lid down
Turn tap off
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Well done!
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Use soap
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Finished
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Dry pants
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Dry hands
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Toilet sign
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Finished

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