We all know that learning about water safety and learning to swim are of vital importance, particularly given the environment in which our kids live. In addition to keeping children
We all know that learning about water safety and learning to swim are of vital importance, particularly given the environment in which our kids live.
In addition to keeping children safe, swimming lessons provide a variety of other benefits. Studies have shown that kids who develop swimming skills early are more confident and willing to try different sporting activities throughout their life.
Throughout their young lives, children will be exposed to many circumstances where they’re required to swim, whether it’s at the beach, a friend’s pool party or swimming carnivals. If your child is equipped with previous knowledge, they will have the necessary confidence and self-esteem to get involved.
We’re all aware of the health concerns associated with today’s reliance on processed foods and technology, with child obesity being a pressing concern. During swimming lesson, children are getting their dose of exercise and instilling good behaviours that they’ll take with them through the rest of their lives. Swimming is considered to be one of the best forms of physical exercise for people of all ages, including children. Swimming can also be significant in assisting in the early development of a child’s physical skills, including hand-eye coordination and muscle toning.
While swimming lessons may be an interruption to the learning program, the benefits for the children, in my opinion, outweigh the costs… even with all the lost towels, leaking goggles and searing weather 🙂
November 22 (Monday) - December 3 (Friday)