First gather a few things:dish pan or plastic tub
measuring cups or small plastic pitchers
Fill a dishpan or plastic tub with lukewarm water. Fill the squirt bottles for outdoor water play. Spray the plants with water or pretend to put out fires. Remember that water is not for spraying at people. Point out how well they're able to keep their squirts in the tub or the pan. They really can control their fluids.
| It can take a lot of control for your child to spray the water carefully. You might want to point out how well your child is able to keep the squirts in the tub or the pan. In toilet training, children need to be able to control their own fluids, and they learn they really can do that, especially with encouragement from caring adults.|