Swimming is widely recognized as one of the most beneficial sport, but teaching our little ones to swim can be difficult, especially if he or she is uncomfortable in water.
One way to prevent this is to introduce them to being in the water at an early age regardless whether it is during swimming lessons or just having fun splashing around in the pool.
Being in the water is relaxing and our little ones quickly learn to enjoy the pleasant feeling of floating. In addition to being a fun activity, swimming is very beneficial for children in a way that increases their sense of security and independence in the water.
Several studies have shown that children who starts swimming early in their lives develop a greater sense of their surroundings, and thus are already learning to be more creative and observant.
Additionally, experiences in water allow little ones to better develop their psychomotor skills, because there they can move more freely and begin to understand concepts of distance and movement.
The cardio-respiratory system is also strengthened as your toddler exercises his or her heart and lungs.
There are psychological benefits too.
Swimming lessons help toddlers become more confident and provide them with a sense of relaxation, while the experience also contributes to their socialisation as they pass time in an environment filled with people and other toddlers.
With our unique step-by-step effective program guide on how to swim. Your little one will be a happy, confident and proficient swimmer!
Let's not forget the other benefits as well! See you at the pool!