Simple and convenient usage
For example, if a child had to "stretch" to bring herself a drink of water, they probably wouldn't bother. One such hindrance might be water pitchers kept in the fridge. Water coolers that need constant restocking of jugs might be completely disregarded. These obstacles are difficult for kids to overcome, and drinking water becomes more of a chore as a result. Making it easy for kids to get a refreshing drink of water is a top priority, so setting up a dedicated drinking area at home is the best option.
Children are far more sensitive to changes in water temperature than adults are, who can tolerate a wide range. Some may experience pain while drinking cold water, and many just prefer the taste of cold water to that of warm or hot water. For this, it is essential to find out with your kids how they like to drink their water and fix the temperature of the drinking water according to their tastes.
Flavour and clarity.
Every one of us, including children, would benefit from having access to clean, tasty water. Make sure the water your children drink tastes excellent, smells fresh and looks clean and crisp. Mint, orange, melon, or even an apple, among other healthy-flavoured options, may be added.
Children enjoy a sense of autonomy and of being in charge of their own lives. In truth, this strategy is instructive and substantive. Start by having a conversation with your kids about the value of water and their role in ensuring they get enough of it every day. Even more positive lifestyle changes will be encouraged by this! Second, make sure they have ready access to water; this will encourage responsible water use. Finally, set an example yourself. Young children acquire important life and social skills mostly via observation and imitation. They will start drinking more water themselves if they see you doing it.