Pull a lightweight scarf out of a holey ball :) This works on pincer grasp, visual discrimination, motor planning, fine motor, AND gross motor (and even crossing midline if you are clever in your presentation of the ball).
Why routines are important for kids. Not schedules. A routine lets a child know what to expect. A routine provides them with a sense that life is predictable. A routine is calming, providing a child with a sense of security.
Whether you're casually thinking about cleaning up pee on a regular basis, or avoiding the subject altogether, this helpful list of potty training and tricks is just what you need to make it through to the other side with your sanity intact.