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Making Drinks Fun

$0.00 inc GST

2 page, full colour printable PDF

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Description

Help your child investigate new ways to enjoy drinking more fluids with this fun, full colour double-sided printable PDF. With a separate page for water tracking, this is a great way to encourage good bowel and bladder health.

HOW TO DOWNLOAD: After going through the checkout process, you will receive an email with the link for the digital download. The file can be saved on a computer if desired. We recommend printing your downloads on a high quality printer to maximise the resolution and full colour.

DISCLAIMER:  The payment of this digital product gives you permission to use the resource without limit at your main location (can be shared within a clinic) but cannot be shared to a different location. Please do not reproduce without direct consent from Kids That Go Therapies. This includes electronic or photocopied distribution. Please note that your download link will expire after 30 days. All digital orders are non-refundable, but please contact us if you have any issues with your digital product.

  • Full-colour, downloadable and printable PDF
  • Resizable
  • 2 page

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