Looking for free printable potty charts? I designed 11 that you can download instantly! These potty training charts are designed for use with stickers and are sure to be a hit with your kids!
11 totally free printable potty sticker charts for instant download
It’s time for some more printables! And today we’re talking potty training 🙂 My daughter is, thankfully, finally potty trained. It was a long process—she did not potty train early.
We ended up having a lot of success with books about potty training and using a potty training sticker chart. So I decided to design a few more printable potty sticker charts for you guys in hopes that it will help you at some point!
I have 11 different designs in this post for instant download—make sure not to click and save off the images because they will be really low quality. Instead, you can grab all of the high-quality PDFs at the end of this post.
And here are the 11 free printable potty charts for stickers!
1. Candy-themed free potty training “board game” chart #1
Okay, so whatever your position on using treats or candy as rewards for potty training…you have to admit this is a cute potty training sticker chart! Haha. I tried to make it more “board game” like.
Every few successes earns the kid a treat. You don’t have to use candy…but you probably should because they’ll ask why it looks like they get candy 😉
2. Candy-themed free potty training “board game” chart #2
And here’s a version of the same board game potty sticker chart using bold colors instead of pastels. They are the same chart, just different colors. Pick your favorite!
3. Dinosaur-themed free printable potty training chart #1
This one is a slightly different approach. Instead of a game, there are 5 slots for each reward. You might like these better if you prefer to use non-food or non-candy rewards. Write a reward in that they can toward after 5 successful potties!
4. Dinosaur-themed printable potty training chart #2
And here’s a similar version that uses more muted colors. Same approach: space for 5 stickers for each reward, and space for 5 rewards.
5. Blank rainbow-themed free potty sticker chart
This one makes the kids work a bit harder for it. It has space at the bottom for one reward to work toward and 28 squares. This might be a good option if you’re just getting started and rewarding for “tries” instead of just “successes.”
6. Blank dinosaur-themed free potty sticker chart
And this one is just the same as the previous rainbow-themed chart—it just has different colors and dinosaurs. A space for a reward plus 28 squares.
7. Sweet treats printable potty sticker chart
This one is a great choice if you want to have your kid work toward a big reward, but 28 squares is a bit too much. This chart is blank and has 20 circles for stickers with space to write in a reward on the bottom of the printable.
8. Candy “board game” free potty sticker chart
And this one is probably my favorite! I am a fan of the “board game” approach to these charts since it sets milestones and helps game-ify the process even more. Spots for big rewards and smaller rewards.
9. Plain colorful printable potty chart #1
If you’re just looking for something simple, these last three are for you. Each printable potty chart left in the list if a straightforward approach: 5 spots for stickers and a star indicating it’s reward time.
10. Plain colorful printable potty chart #2
Same as the last one, just uses different colors for different preferences. These are also great if you don’t want to do candy and food rewards since there isn’t anything on there tempting them!
11. Plain ol’ free printable potty sticker chart
And the last one, a plain ol’ version that is just black and white. Great for printing at home because it doesn’t use too much ink, and really simple and straightforward.
I also have a few other printables you might like! Check out my 10 free printable weekly chore charts and 10 free printable daily chore charts, as well as my free printable sleep tracker template for stickers!