My 6-year old started 1st grade a couple of weeks ago. Since starting 1st grade, Jasmine now brings a packed lunch to school. I often worry about Jasmine not drinking enough water. It is something we’ve been struggling about with her for a while now. I have to force her to drink; Jasmine won’t do it willingly, it’s more of a chore for us now. I keep Jasmine hydrated daily, with water, tea, juice, and milk. WaterWeek Kids are great for back-to-school.
All WaterWeek bottles fit perfectly into most car cup holders, and children love their fun and bright designs. I like WaterWeek because the system helps me keep track of how much water Jasmine is drinking. At the beginning of the 5 day school week I fill each bottle from my larger 5 gallon water dispenser system and easily slide the tray filled with the bottles into my fridge.
Water Intake Recommendations for children
For the 4 to 8 year-old range, it’s recommended that children drink at least 5 glasses of water daily. That’s about 1 liter total. For children in the 9-12 year old range it’s suggested that they drink 7 glasses of water daily, about 1.5 liters. Tweens and teens should drink 8 to 10 glasses of water daily, nearly 2 liters. If you’ve been struggling to get your children to drink the recommended daily allowance of water, I’ve shared my 5 easy tips for keeping children hydrated.
I was sent a pack of 16 oz WaterWeek Sport bottles ($19.99) and a pack of 10 oz WaterWeek Kids Kaleidoscope ($16.99). All WaterWeeks packs come complete with a handy fridge tray that neatly slides into any fridge. I really like this system a lot, it’s easy, convenient, and keeps plastic bottles out of landfills. WaterWeek bottles are perfect for back-to-school, after school sports, and much more. WaterWeek for kids are BPA free, and are dishwasher safe as well.
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