Summer Only Swimming is an Outdated Myth

October 1, 2017 at 9:00 am Leave a comment

We know that Summer is almost over, and swimming may be the last thing on your mind. But for parents with young children, now is the time for Kindergarten preparation. Swimming is the best, most worthwhile activity for children under 5. There is no other sport or activity that your child needs more than strong swimming skills before starting school. Here is why:

  • Better in the pool, better at school – Did you know the skills they learn in swim class go hand-in-hand with school? There is so much more to swim school thandarling black girl with ring just a lesson. Swimming teaches your kiddo listening skills, perseverance, and how to achieve goals.
  • Knowing how to swim well comes with special intel Swimmers understand the physics of water and how they operate in it, lowering their drowning risk exponentially.
  • Swimming is the only sport that can save their life – Learning to swim is a necessary life skill that can reduce the risk of drowning by 88%. Being able to swim well comes with lifesaving skills that can prevent unnecessary tragedies.
  • Working on swim skills now means peace of mind for next summer – Confident swim skills means more fun for the whole family!

Learning to swim is not easy and can’t be done in a few short weeks during the summer.  The ability to truly swim takes time, practice and commitment.  Your kiddos should swim year- round in an environment that encourages learning, laughter and development to keep their skills sharp.


Entry filed under: Children Swimming.

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