With warm weather around the corner now is the time to start getting our little ones ready for Spring/Summer swimming. Let SafeSplash help your child to develop into a safe, happy and confident swimmer this Spring/Summer! Not sure when to start? Here are 5 reasons to start getting ready for Spring and Summer now!
With Spring/Summer a handful of months away, it is time to start considering swim lessons for your little one(s). Neighborhood pools and water parks will start opening in March (4 months away). If you are planning a Spring Break vacation to a beach or lake destination time is ticking to get your little one(s) ready for water fun! But, how do you know if your child is ready for swim lessons? Here are some tips to consider:
As parents when we are considering educational schooling for our children we evaluate the school’s curriculum, scholastic testing, progression milestones, teaching techniques, learning outcomes, etc. However, when choosing swim schools many parents choose their child’s school based on convenience and price believing that all swim schools are created equally. It is important to know that swim schools are not created equally and that curriculum varies based on the core competencies and competitive positioning of the given school. When parents are evaluating swim schools for their children it is important to consider what your swim goals are for your child.
Below is a guide to the types of curriculum focus within the swim school industry in addition to special insight into SafeSplash’s world-class curriculum:
It’s normal to feel uneasy about enrolling your infant in swim classes. However, there are many benefits of baby swimming and tips to help ease the process.
Learning to swim takes time and patience. Many parents are eager to know how long it will take for their children to become proficient in the water. While the answer to that question varies from child to child, what we do know is that the more you practice, the quicker the results. Even if you don’t have a pool, practicing outside of your scheduled lessons is the key to retaining knowledge and increasing your skills. For our youngest swimmers, practicing in the bathtub and on land can help reinforce what they are learning with their instructor.