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Splish, splash, laugh - water can be so much fun! Babies just love to play in water. Parents with 4-18 month old babies will explore the water together under the watchful eyes of their instructor. They'll learn how to safely enter and exit the water together. Parents will learn how to safely support their child while they discover water!
Water play - get set, get wet! Instructor lead sessions help parents with 18-30 month old children safely explore water together. Parents are taught how to support their child while floating and kicking. They can celebrate together when they can get their face wet and blow bubbles for the first time.
Just watch them grow! At 2.5-3.5 years these almost independent toddlers are really ready to explore: Getting in, getting out, going under and floating under the watchful eye of their parents and instructor. Parents only participate in the first 5 classes.
These preschoolers learn to get in and out of the water safely. They'll learn to move safely in shallow water and use a lifejacket to be comfortable with their floats and glides. If the session you would like to register for is full please sign up for the waitlist by clicking on the waitlist session at the end of the list.
These youngsters will explore the water learning to submerge and exhale underwater. Buoyant aids are used to help them discover rollovers, glides and flutter kicks.
These capable preschoolers will strengthen their flutter kicks and try swimming front crawl. They’ll start to learn how to support themselves in deep water and in the end they’ll do solo jumps and side rolls. Their lifejacket will support them while they learn to tread water and swim to safety (5-10m) in the deep end.
These skilled and independent youngsters will master short swims doing front crawl (5-10m) and back crawl (3-5m). They are ready to take on a forward roll into deep water with their lifejacket on and to tread water without the extra support. Here they will get their first chance to try whip kick and fitness training.
If your child has taken swimmer 2 before and did not complete the level then you should register them in swimmer 2 advanced. This will a llow children who only have some of the level left to complete the chance to focus on more challenging skills.
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