Hi! I'm Sip™.

My favorite drink is WATER! Water helps to keep my body hydrated and healthy. I hope you will join me in adding more sips of water to your daily routine.

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This Month's Article



"Water is important to nearly every part of your body.  Carry a water bottle with you wherever you go, track consumption and pace yourself to approach half of your recommended consumption by midday."
~ Healthline,  Natalie Silver

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"Establishing healthy hydration habits early is important for the health and well-being of young children and as they grow through life." - Natural Hydration Cycle

Stay tuned!  Every month we will link a new article to serve as a resource for your family.*

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This Month's Tip for Making Water a Healthy Habit


How much Water Should Children be Drinking?

Ellie Wilson, MS, RDN, CDN - Senior Nutritionist at Price Chopper/Market 32 Supermarkets and Golub Corporation

Ages 3 to 5, 2 - 4 8oz. glasses per day

Ages 5 to 7, five 8 oz. glasses per day

.Ages 8 to 13, eight 8 oz. glasses per day


Try this tip:

* Track your water intake!  


Let Sip™ help you count the sips.  Simply print one of Sip™'s charts and track the water you drink throughout the day. Remember, creating a healthy habit requires developing a routine!

Try this tip to start the day right:

* Drink one glass of water to start your day before any other drinks.

There are many ways to add a drink of water to your day and this is just one suggestion to make a small change.  Small steps can lead to bigger changes, helping to make an overall difference in our daily lives.

Creating a healthy habit requires developing a routine.

Keep track of your water intake by printing one of Sip™'s water charts.**

Sip™'s  Downloadable Charts


Select a chart based on your child's age and/or your daily routine. These charts are used in schools, but they can be used at home too. 

The first chart is geared toward Pre-K programs and is adaptable for busy lifestyles.

The second chart is used for K through 5 classrooms, but is adaptable for stay at home families or vacations when the kids are home.

Simply click on the chart to enlarge it and print!***


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*NOTE: Resources are shared here. This site does not make specific recommendations and/or claims. You should always check with your healthcare provider.

**NOTE:  While we share creative water consumption ideas, you are responsible for your and your child's limitations and/or own experiences. Always check with a healthcare provider with any questions you may have.

***NOTE: This chart does not represent any specific recommendations - it encourages, but does not require a specific amount of water. It is simply a tracking tool for you to use at your own discretion.  Y