Top 10 Water Bottles to Keep Your Child Hydrated All Year Long!

Top 10 Water Bottles to Keep Your Child Hydrated All Year Long!

There are a few basic things on any school water bottle checklist:

  1. Is it leak-proof?
  2. Is it sturdy enough to last all year?
  3. Is it user friendly for your child? For example; can they open it to re-fill easily?

Here are my favourite choices of Water Bottles to last the whole school year (and the reasons why):

SkipHop Zoo – Straw Bottle

Dishwasher safe, easy to open and close, handy strap and extra straws. The perfect bottle for younger children.

Thermos® – Steel Bottle

These insulated bottles are perfect for the summer heat, they don’t ‘sweat’, they can handle rough handling without any damage and are easy to wash. This is my personal drink bottle of choice – constantly carried with me every day!

CamelBak – Kids Water Bottle

Reputable brand, they don’t leak, easy to use due to special straw valve technology and super easy for kids to refill themselves due to the wide opening.

Smily Kiddos – Holiday Strap Bottle

Handy for on the go, keeps the straw clean and hygienic when not being used, handy carry strap and super cute designs.

Rainbow Skool – Water Bottle

Sturdy, easy to open and close, easy to use straw and mega adorable!

Penny Scallan Design – Drink Bottle Stainless

Another great stainless steel option, insulated, pop up straw that is covered when not in use to help keep it clear for longer.

LOCK&LOCK – Giant Hot Tank Water Bottle

This drink bottle simply makes me smile, it’s cute design and environmentally friendly design just makes it a must have!

Lifefactory – Glass Bottle

This is my favourite glass bottle on the market, they are super sturdy (and don’t break when dropped), they have a super good silicone grip and easy to use cap. – Cool It Glass Water Bottle

These bottles never leak (even after many years of use), they are easy to open and close with a simple twist and fit nicely in school bags or lunch boxes.

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