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06/08/2018


Water is the ultimate vital liquid, without which no life form could exist. It is so crucial, in fact, that we wouldn't be able to function correctly without it. Since the summer heat is intense, it's necessary that you stay properly hydrated. To help your child drink enough water this summer, follow the tips below.

How to Keep Your Child Hydrated

Talk to Them

The first step is to talk to your child about the importance of drinking enough water throughout the day, especially during the hot summer days. Talking to them may make them understand and be more aware of their own hydration.

Make It Fun

If your child is younger or reluctant to drink water, there are ways you can make it more fun, so they feel more eager to keep up with it. For example, you can use colorful glasses, crazy straws, and more. If they feel water is 'tasteless', you can add lemon, orange, or cucumber slices to give it some flavor (but don't add sugar to it!). Lastly, you could even create a 'scoreboard' where your child can note down how many glasses they drink each day.

Consider These Elements

A common tip regarding hydration is to drink 8 glasses of water a day. However, this is a misleading tip, as everybody has different needs. To know how much water your child should drink, you should consider these elements:
  • Your child's age
  • Their height and weight
  • Their activity level
  • How much they sweat
Talk to a pediatrician to get a better idea of how much water your child should be drinking to stay healthy.

Enroll your child in tutoring in Bloomfield MI to keep them learning this summer. Call The Tutoring Center, Bloomfield MI at (248) 432-7288 to schedule a free consultation.

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