What if my toddler doesn’t drink water?
Have fun serving the water and see if it makes a difference. To try adding fruit or fruit slices such as strawberries and mint, cucumbers or blueberries. Add a little fruit juice or make a concoction with water, ice and fruit, which can make it more fun, especially for younger children.
How to hydrate a toddler?
For mild dehydration in a child between 1 and 11 years of age:
How much water should a toddler drink a day?
Here’s a general rule of thumb about how much H2O children should drink each day: Young Children: 2 to 4 cups. 4-8 years: 5 cups. 9-13 years: 7 to 8 cups.
How do I make my 15-month-old baby drink water?
Tips for Parents: How Can I Make My Baby Drink More Water?
How do I get my child to drink water?
If you seem to be having trouble encouraging your child to drink water from a non-drip cup, try these additional tips to keep them hydrated.