Three to six months
People also ask
How long does it take to potty train?
Potty training schedules can vary greatly from child to child. The average length of time is generally about 3 months, with girls generally learning a little faster than boys.
Is Your Child Ready to start potty training?
Potty training can be a long process, with readiness being the first goal. As your child becomes open to the potty process, you’ll see a few signs that she may be ready to start training.
Is potty training more stressful for parents than kids?
Potty training is an important developmental milestone. But sometimes it can be more stressful for parents than it is for kids! Most children complete potty training by 36 months. The average length it takes toddlers to learn the process is about six months. Girls learn faster, usually completing toilet training two to three months before boys do.
How can I help my toddler potty train?
Another tip: Allow your toddler to play on the potty, starting with sitting on it fully clothed, so they can get used to it. Toilet training-themed books, videos, songs and games can also get your child more involved in the potty training process.