Many unfortunate children around the world lack essential needs, like water. Fortunately, children have enormous energy while they play. This energy can be utilized through design to produce drinkable water. Water Per Move is a design concept where children play in a jungle-like experience that harvests their play energy through tensile motion. Each motion will produce a single pump into the ground water which eventually bring the water up and go through a filtration system providing potable water. It is made of low cost materials like wood, ropes, plastic balls and glass pipes. These materials were chosen to make this structure more feasible to all communities in need of water and a place to play. The water per move conceptual design proposal is a solution to two problems at the same time and will benefit many people around the world.