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Free Printable & Digital Water Tracker Template Set

Are you looking for a water tracker printable to track how much water you drink in a day? In a week? Or in a month? 

I’ve got a free water tracker set that will help you to meet your water consumption personal goal. Using a tracker page can help you maintain good habits and reach your goals. Having a visual reminder of your expectations and your progress can really help you stay consistent. 

​Drinking water may already be part of your daily routine. But maybe, you want to work on having a healthy lifestyle and that includes drinking so many glasses of water per day or a certain amount of oz of water per day. 

This image is an example of two of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post.

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It’s so important to have a healthy water intake. It can be hard with all of the coffees, sodas, and other drinks out there. But it’s the most important thing for keeping your body healthy.

Look, I totally get that it’s just one more thing added to your already full to-do list. But, there are some easy ways to increase your water intake and using these free water tracker printables can be one of those things that will help. Plus, it’s a fun way to see the progress toward your new healthy habit. 

What Comes in the Free Water Tracker Printable Set?

You will get not one but TWO different styles of trackers. One uses water droplets to keep track of your water intake. The second one, is styled after the ever so popular Stanley Cups. 

The hand-drawn design was inspired by the Stanley tumblers. It’s the perfect way to see how many times you refill your tumbler in a day!

This is an image of a woman drinking a bottle of water.

What is the Time Frame for the Water Trackers?

You get 3 options for how often you are tracking your water.

  • monthly water tracker for each month
  • weekly water tracker
  • daily water tracker

What Does Each Water Tracker Printable Look Like?

Since there are multiples of each tracker in the two different designs, I won’t show you every single one. But here is a sampling of what the trackers look like.

Here is an example of the monthly water intake trackers. You’ll get one for each month of the year and two for February (leap year/standard year).

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's an example of a water droplet monthly tracker.

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's an example of tumbler monthly tracker.

​Next is an example of the weekly habit tracker. It comes in both a Monday start and a Sunday start.

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's an example of a weekly water tumbler tracker.

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's an example of a water droplet weekly tracker.

Lastly, this is what the daily water trackers look like. For this version, you will shade in a section on the water tumbler/water droplet for each amount of water you drink. 

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's an example of a 80 oz daily option.

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's an example of a 64 oz water droplet daily tracker.

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's an example of one of the blank daily options.

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's an example of a blank water droplet daily.

How Do You Download the Free Files?

If you are already a Mom Envy member, you can grab the digital download right here. If you are not a free Mom Envy club member, you’ll need to first sign up to the free email club. 

It’s totally free to join, you just need your e-mail address to sign up! Click here to subscribe to Mom Envy to get the free members-only password to get access to this free download and hundreds of other free printables.

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's next to two bottles of water.

How Many Oz are Being Tracked?

Everyone has their own needs when it comes to water intake. So it was important to me that I include the ability to create custom amounts of water since everyone’s needs are a little different. So thankfully, you’ll have custom ounce options for all of the types of printables.

For the weekly and monthly trackers, you will use the key to customize the amount of water each tumbler or water droplet represent. You can just say each one represents a glass of water or you can say the exact number of ounces.

For the daily trackers, you will get a bank tracker that you can put any oz amounts in plus, you will get 64 oz, 72 oz, 80 oz, and 88 oz, trackers.

This image is one of the water tracker printables being used instead on a tablet as a digital file. The woman is holding a tablet open to the one of the trackers.

How Do You Use the Digital or Printable Water Intake Tracker?

For the weekly tracker and monthly tracker, you will first set a key for how much each Stanley cup or water droplet represent. 

For the weekly and monthly, you will track of your daily water intake for each day of the week or month. On the corresponding day, you will color in how may Stanley Cups or Water Droplets match the amount of water you drank that day. At the end of the week, you’ll be able to see if you drank enough water to hit your goal.

For the daily tracker, you can use the blank tracker you can decide how many ounces of water each section of the tumbler or water droplet represent. Or, use one of the pre-made trackers with set amounts of ounces. Then, color in the ounces as you drink throughout the day or color in the total at the end of the day. 

Look for a Pattern

After 2-3 months of tracking, you’ll be able to really see if there is a pattern to your water intake. Plus, you will most likely have made progress on how much water you drink on a daily basis. 

If you use a mood tracker or another tracker for healthy habits like activity level, it may be helpful to compare them to see if you can find a pattern.

This image is an example of two of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post.

 

Are you a Paper Planner Person?

If you are a paper planner, you’ll want to download the PDFs or JPG images. You can print them to insert into a planner or as a stand alone printable. 

Are you a Digital Planner Person?

We’ve got you covered, too! I suggest using the PNGs from the digital files. These transparent files can be pasted into any Digital Planner. The PDF file can also be used but they are not interactive.

This image is one of the water tracker printables being used instead on a tablet as a digital file. There are glasses of water behind the tablet.

What Size are the Free Printable Products?

The printable version of the trackers come in two sizes.

  • US Letter size
  • Classic Happy Planner Size

Need a Different Size?

If you are looking to resize your planner printables, no problem. If you need a half letter size, just print 2 pages per page or print at 50%. 

If you have a more unique size you’re looking to print, check out my guide on how to resize planner printables for any size planner.

What File Types are Included?

  • pdf format
  • jpg format
  • png format (transparent)

What is the Best Paper to Use for the Water Trackers?

I suggest printing the water trackers on a sturdier paper such as a 32 lb paper, like this one from Amazon. You can use standard printer paper as well, but the thicker paper keeps pens and markers from bleeding through to the back.

This is an image of a woman drinking a glass of water.

Can I Print the Pages Elsewhere?

Yes! You can send the free printables of your choice to a local print shop to print it if needed.  

Need Some Motivation to Drink More Water?

Here are a couple of suggestions to drinking more water. 

It’s always a great idea to buy a new water bottle – it may be just the thing to encourage your new habit. Get one that reflects your personality or even one of those ones with a motivational quote to remind you to drink water.

They even sell a water tracker bottle. They are reusable bottles that show how many ounces of water you are drinking so it’s a lot easier to determine how many cups of water you are actually consuming in a day.

Another great way to drink more water is to simply add slices of lemon to it. The extra flavor may make a huge difference for getting you to enjoy water. 

This image is an example of one of the water tracker printable options from the free printable water tracker set you can get for free in this blog post. It's next to two bottles of water and some glasses of water.

Do You Sell the Printed Files or Can You Mail Them?

No, unfortunately I do not sell a physical product of any kind. The only option is to download the digital files and print them yourself.

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Here are some more options you might like!

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Camilla

Thursday 2nd of May 2024

I love this idea!