Best Toddler Potty Seats

When you decide to start that adventure of potty training with you little one, picking the best potty is important.  Small potties are the perfect size for your toddler and are less intimidating than the traditional potty.  Many small potties come in a variety of colors, make sounds, light up or are your child’s favorite character.  Picking a potty in a color or theme that your child is familiar with, can help take away some of the fears they have with using the potty. Comfort is just as important.  Let’s face it, you will be sitting in the bathroom with your toddler on that seat for a long time.  It will be much easier for them (and you) if they are comfortable while they are waiting to go.  With so many factors involved, we at www.kidaplyandcreate.com composed a list of the best potties on the market based on product reviews, price and personal experiences.  Check out our top picks for the best toddler potty seats on the market.

Fisher Price Learn to Flush Potty

Fisher-Price Learn-to-Flush Potty

Potty training is easy and fun with this Fisher Price Learn to Flush Potty. This colorful potty has a cute design and has a handle to flush just like a real potty. Each time your child pees the potty rewards them with a little tune. Your toddler will love to hear that tune, which will encourage them to use the bathroom.  When your child finishes going to the bathroom they can use the handle to pretend flush.  Once they flush, the lights on the potty will start to twinkle.  This potty even has a water twirling action sound just like the real potty. It also comes with a removable seat that sits on the regular potty.  This is a great feature to have when transitioning to the regular potty. Just remember that this potty does play music and lights up.  If your child does not like likes or music, this is not the potty for you.


Lights and sounds when a child flushes the potty.

Removable seat that sits on top of the regular potty.

Built in splash guard to prevent messes.

Smooth contours make it easy to clean.

Item weight: 5 pounds

Dimensions: 14 x 11.8 x 14 inches

Requires 3 AAA batteries (included)

Summer Infant My Size Potty

Summer Infant My Size Potty

Summer Infant’s My Size Potty is designed to look just like the regular potty only smaller.  This small version of the regular toilet may help familiarize your child with the potty and  take away some of the fears they have with using the big toilet.  Because it’s a smaller version of the real thing it may help with the transition from the little potty to the regular one.  This potty not only looks like the real thing, but it has similar features as well.  The toilet handle has realistic flushing sound.  The lip flips up just like the regular potty. This is a great feature to have if you are training little boys.  They will be used to the routine when transitioning to the real potty.  This potty also comes with a wipe dispenser with a removable lid to store flushable wipes.  If you are not going to use flushable wipes use can use it for storage.  The lid of the “water tank” actually comes off which is great for storing potty books.


Clip on splash guard for less mess

Wipe dispenser with removable lid

Storage for potty books

Removable pot for easy clean up

Flip up seat like a real potty

Realistic design

Flushing sound

Item Weight: 2.9 pounds

Dimensions: 15 x 11 x 15 inches

Requires 2 AA batteries (included)

BabyBjorn Potty Chair

BABYBJORN Potty Chair, Gray

The BabyBjorn Potty Chair is popular among parents and is highly recommended.  It is very sturdy and rests firmly on the floor. It has rubber edging along the bottom, this is great because it won’t tip over or scrape across the floor.  This potty is designed to have a high backrest and arms rest for comfort.  It has a sleek design with rounded edges add to the comfort and won’t pinch your child’s skin.  The potty has lots of leg-room to make it way for your child stand up and sit down.This is also a great potty chair if your child has a disability in which they need more support sitting on the potty (always consult with a doctor is your child has a disability and may need extra support). The BabyBjorn has a splash guard to prevent messes.  The inner potty removes for easy clean up.  The potty’s smooth plastic design has no corners or groves which is great in preventing dirt and grime build up.


High backrest and armrest for maximum comfort.

Made with a sturdy plastic that is BPA free.

Removable inner potty for easy clean up.

Splash guard to help prevent messes.

Smooth contours for easy cleaning

Rubber edging to prevent tipping over or moving across the floor.

Item Weight: 1.8 pounds

Dimensions: 14 x 14 x 13 inches

Does not make noise, no batteries needed.

Sesame Street Elmo Adventure Potty Chair

Sesame Street Elmo Adventure Potty Chair with Potty Training Rewards Kit

If you have an Elmo fan at home then this is the potty for you.  The Sesame Street Elmo Adventure Potty Chair resembles a real toilet, Elmo style!  This adorable potty comes with a removable seat that can be placed on the regular toilet.  This is great when transitioning to the regular toilet. The potty comes with a pretend handle just like a real toilet.  Once your child goes to the bathroom, they can flush and hear encouraging phrases from Elmo along with real flushing sounds.  The inside cup can be removed easily for cleaning. This potty won 2015 Mom’s Pick. This one shown on the site and available on Amazon comes with a sticker reward chart.


Fun aquarium theme with 3D image of Elm0

Sticker reward chart

Removable seat to use on the real toilet.

Encouraging phrases from Elmo after flushing.

Inside cup can be removed easily for clean up.

Comfortable design for sitting.

Maximum weight 40 pounds.

Item Weight 3.2 pounds

Dimensions: 14.1 x 13.9 x 9.5 inches

Summer Infant Lil Loo Potty

Summer Infant Lil’ Loo Potty, White and Teal

This Summer Infant Lil Loo Potty is designed with a very durable plastic and has a high backrest for comfort.  This potty also comes with no slip rubber pads on the bottom, to prevent moving or scratching up the floors.  This potty is designed with a high splash guard, which is a great feature if you have a little sprayer.  This potty is available is 5 colors including: Pink, Raspberry (bright pink), teal, white and white with green.


High backrest for maximum comfort.

High splash guard to help prevent messes.

Durable plastic with rubber pads on the bottom to prevent tipping for scratching floors.

Comes is a variety of colors.

Item Weight 1.6 pounds

Dimensions: 13 x 12 x 11 inches

Does not make sounds and does not require batteries.

There is more to preparing for potty training then just picking out the best potty.  Now, you have to convince your child to use the potty, which can be tricky and can take a lot of time.  Let’s say that your child has started using the potty and has to go in public.  Now you have to think about the scary reality of using public bathrooms.  What about reaching the sink to wash hands or when it’s time to transition from the little potty to the regular toilet? How can they reach it or what can use you so they don’t fall in?  Have no fear, here are some essential potty training accessories.

BabyBjorn Toilet Trainer

BABYBJORN Toilet Trainer – White/Black

A child is more likely to use the regular toilet when they feel comfortable and don’t have the fear of falling in.  The BabyBjorn Toilet Trainer is designed to do just that.  The  seat easily adjusts to toilet seats.  After the initial adjustment you will never have to adjust it again.  It is light weight easy enough for your child to put on and take of by themselves.  It has an inward sloping splash guard to prevent messes.  This potty seat has a practical handle which can be used to hang the seat when not in use.  This seat is recommended for children ages 2-6.

PottyCover Disposable Toilet Seat Covers

PottyCover Disposable Toilet Seat Covers

Weather your child just started using the potty or has been trained for a while but is still young, the thought of using public bathrooms can be scary.  To take some of the fears of germs and bacteria away try using potty covers. Potty covers provide a waterproof barrier between the toilet and your child.  This potty cover is made with an oversized design that covers the seat, sides and front of the toilet for maximum protection.  The soft non-woven fabric is covered in a layer of plastic to help keeps germs and wetness away.


Oversized design for maximum protection.

6 individually wrapped covers.

Lightweight, easy to carry

One of the best things to do before you start potty training your child is to read to your child about the potty so they know what to expect.  Reading is also a great activity to do with your child while they are sitting on the potty.  Here is our top pick for a potty training book.


Potty (Leslie Patricelli board books)

Potty by Leslie Patricelli is an adorable easy to read book and our top pick when picking a potty training book.  This book is about an adorable bald-headed baby who has to go potty.  He is trying to decide should I go in my diaper or should I go somewhere else. In the book there is a part where he sees where a dog goes potty and where a cat goes potty.  Ultimately he decides to give his toddler potty a try.  At the end of the book he is running with toilet paper to celebrate using the potty.  Then shows different kinds of underwear to pick out.  It’s a great book, it’s funny and is written in simple short sentences which is great for toddler who may not have a long attention span.  This book is recommended for toddlers ages 1-3. This book is available for the Kindle, in hardcover or as a board book.

Mommy’s Helper Contoured Cushie Step Up

Mommy’s Helper Contoured Cushie Step Up, 1 Count

Give your child the comfort and confidence they need when transitioning to the big toilet with Mommy’s Helper Contoured Cushie Step Up. This handy helper allows toddler to climb on the padded step holding onto the handles,  giving them support and confidence while getting on and off the potty. The thick cushioned seat provides comfort while the are waiting to go.  It has extra wide non slip floor pads and non slips handles. The great design allows you to fold it u and store almost anywhere in between uses. Make sure you practice using this with your child before you allow them to use it by themselves.


Easy assembly, no tools required.

Fold up for easy storage.

Extra wide non slip floor pads

Non slip handles

Fits all standard and most elongated toilet seats.

Item weight: 2.5 pounds

Dimensions 22 x 12 x 3 inches

Potty Training Tips

Don’t Force them:  Just because you’re ready for your child to use the potty doesn’t mean they are.  If they are screaming and crying every time you mention the potty, they are not ready. It will be more difficult for you to force them and it will be traumatic for them.  Don’t worry, no child goes to kindergarten in diapers. They will be ready before you know it, and then when they are finally trained, part of you will be sad that your baby’s growing up.

Aim: This tip is for all the parents with little boys.  If you have a sprayer and he is making a mess, try using Cheerios.  Place 5 or 6 Cheerios in the potty and ask your little one to aim for the holes.  When he tries, reward him with a prize.

Don’t Switch Back and Forth:  Don’t switch from diapers or pull-ups to underwear and back again.  Once you choose underwear, stick to it.

Role Model: Moms take your daughter with you when you use the bathroom, dads do the same.  Explain to your child what you are doing. If they see you do it, they may feel more comfortable doing it.

Read, Read, Read: Potty books are great and ease the fear of going. Children can relate to the characters in the story.

Let them Pick Out their Underwear: Letting them pick out the underwear they like will make them excited about wearing them.  I learned this first hand.  My daughter was giving me a really hard time about using the potty.  She straight up refused.  One day we were in the store and I decided to let her pick out panties.  She picked out Minnie Mouse panties and wanted to put them on when we got home.  She still gave me a hard time about going to the potty, but she still wore the panties and it definitely helped in the training process.

Bribery: We all do it.  Tell your child if they use the potty, they can get a lollipop, small toy or whatever they are interested in. It’s OK, like I said we all do it.

Reward Chart:  Tape a chart next to the potty and keep stickers in the bathroom.  Every time your child uses the potty, give them a sticker.  One they get 5 stickers reward them with a small prize.  I did this, it worked.

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