Splash my School!

Info and decoration

To acquire information about hydration, to display and decorate, always to encourage young (and old) to drink water, and take care of themselves!

The benefits of hydration

3 - 6 years 7 - 10 years 11 - 13 years

For adults: a folding brochure to print on both sides which indicates the benefits of healthy hydration for the human body and provides you with precious advice to develop the reflex of drinking water without waiting to be thirsty.

Quick guide: more water

3 - 6 years 7 - 10 years 11 - 13 years

For adults, a quick guide full of tips to encourage the drinking of water, not only for your kids but for you all! Print it out small as a reminder, or go big for everyone to see the importance of being healthy hydrated.

Reminder of the benefits of hydration and signs of dehydration

3 - 6 years 7 - 10 years 11 - 13 years

Mainly intended for adults, but also a useful reminder for children, a quick guide summarising the main benefits for health of regular hydration, which lists the signs of dehydration, so they don’t recur. Print out small, to slip into a pocket, or big, to put up on a wall!

Let’s deal with toilets

7 - 10 years

The toilet’s often an ugly place, but that was before! With all these labels, decorate the door and the walls. This might even make you want to go more often…

Recognising the signs of dehydration

3 - 6 years 7 - 10 years

A large notice to put up on walls to inform children about other signs than simply feeling thirsty. Even if they don’t yet know how to read!

How to drink more water at school?

7 - 10 years 11 - 13 years

A good way for schools to encourage kids to drink more water is to let them know about hydration. Make children aware of the importance of drinking water from an early age, teaching them fun and attractive facts about water and reminding them to drink regularly, not only when they are thirsty.
Staying well hydrated can have a big impact on kids’ health!

Have you been to the toilet?

3 - 6 years 7 - 10 years

Children often don’t drink so as not to have to go to the toilet… A notice which removes inhibitions and encourages children to use toilets without being reluctant.

World map of tap water drinkable by all

7 - 10 years 11 - 13 years

Did you know that there are 187 countries in the world where tap water isn’t safe to drink for everyone? It may be drinkable, but not for everyone, as their body isn’t used to it.
Check the map and remember that, if you visit the countries in the blue area, you can drink with no risk; if you go to a country in the red area, it’s better to drink bottled water, or purify the tap water before drinking it, otherwise your body may react badly!

Drinking water is healthy, but be careful, not all waters can benefit our body!

Drinking water, are you there?

7 - 10 years

Drinking water is not always easy to find everywhere on Earth. In lots of places, you can’t drink the tap water! So, how about indicating clearly those places where everyone can drink the water without any problem?