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Water
Make sure you drink water every day.

Water

This KS1 PSHE quiz will help children understand what types of water come from where and how that water can be used. It will also teach them about the importance of drinking enough water on a daily basis.

Did you know that our bodies are made mainly of water? Did you know that our planet, Earth, is mostly made of water? Vegetables contain lots of water too - a cucumber is 96% water!

Water plays an important role in keeping us healthy and we must make sure that we drink enough water every day to help us grow big and strong.

Play this quiz and see if you can get all ten questions correct.

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1.
Which one of these is NOT true?
Water comes from the sky
Water comes from the tap
Water comes in bottles
Water comes from books
We can get water from many sources including the rain, the tap and in bottles but we do not get water from books
2.
What should you use rainwater for?
Cleaning your teeth
Watering the plants
Drinking
Having a bath
Rainwater is best used to water our plants. You can even collect it when it rains and use it in the garden on dry days. It is not advised to drink rainwater
3.
What should you use bottled water for?
Cleaning your teeth
Watering the plants
Drinking
Having a bath
Most people buy bottled water to drink throughout the day as it is a healthy choice. Bottled water has been filtered so we know that it is clean and safe to put in our bodies
4.
Where should you get water from if you want to have a wash or clean your teeth?
The garden
The shop
The toilet
The tap
You can use tap water to clean your teeth and have a wash
5.
How often should you have a drink of water?
Every day
Once a week
Once a month
Once a year
It is important that you drink water every single day to help it do all the jobs it needs to in order to keep you healthy and hydrated
6.
How much water should you drink every day?
1-2 glasses
3-5 glasses
6-8 glasses
10-12 glasses
You should be drinking between 6 and 8 glasses of water everyday with between 125-150ml of water in each glass for smaller children and 250ml-300ml for older children and adults
7.
When should you drink extra water?
After a maths test
After exercising
When you wake up in the middle of the night
Before you go to bed
When you exercise, your body sweats and this removes some of the water you need. It is important that you drink some extra water afterwards to replace what has been lost
8.
What happens if you do not drink enough water?
You might feel tired and get a headache
You might feel full of energy
Your fingers and toes might hurt
You might get earache
When your body does not have enough water, it can start to feel tired and you might even get a headache. This is your body’s way of asking for a drink and telling you that it is feeling dehydrated
9.
Which one of these does water NOT help with?
Concentrating in class
Getting rid of excess waste from the body
Making your skin look nice
Helping you to breathe easily
Water has many uses in the body including helping us to concentrate, helping to digest our food and remove the waste and it keeps our skin looking nice and fresh. Although it has a lot of uses, water does not help us to breathe
10.
If you do not like the taste of water, how can you change it but still keep it healthy?
Mix it with fizzy pop
Mix it with coffee
Mix it with sugar-free cordial
Mix it with milk
If you do not like the taste of water, you can mix it with some sugar-free cordial. This will change the taste but still help you get your recommended amount of water
Author:  Terri Brown

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