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Baby Swimming Classes – A Fun filled Activity with Great Benefits to Children Mental, and Physical Growth!

Baby Swimming Classes – A Fun filled Activity with Great Benefits to Children Mental, and Physical Growth!

Drowning is one of the leading causes of child’s death in the USA. The rate is even higher for homes with an in-house swimming pool. Keeping in view the high casualty rate due to drowning, baby swimming classes are a must for every child. There are various benefits of making child waterborne at an early age, including water safety skills, as well as physical, and psychological rewards.

Here’re are some great benefits to reap from baby swimming classes:

-Swimming is one of the most relaxing, calming, and gentle activities for children, which contributes to overall improved moods, and health benefits

-Baby swimming classes facilitates in strengthening the muscles and joints

-It helped increased overall fitness

-Baby swimming classes encourage children to get over their water fear, which help them develop other physical skills

-It helps children to develop better coordination skills

-Baby swimming lessons are great to shape the bodies of children at an early age – children who do enroll in baby swimming classes tend to have better body tones

-Swimming at an early age enhance immunity in children

-It helps to improve healing injuries

-Baby swimming classes are the best form of physical activity for specially abled children

-Swimming lessons also help enhance spatial awareness in children

What are some important considerations for baby swimming classes?

-Baby swimming classes should be conducted in a soothing, and relaxed environment

-The child should be comfortable with the water

-The child shouldn’t be cold

-The swimming instructor and your child should bond well

-Baby swimming classes shouldn’t be missed, as these classes are conducted in continuity and missed lessons translate into missed skill

-Never force your child to go beyond his comfort zone

-Swimming instructor ensure child’s safety, and comfort at all times

-Try to go into the water with your child for first few classes, this will add to the confidence of your child

-Don’t stop the lessons even if your baby is showing signs of fear, the best way to handle this situation is to slowly instill confidence in child by following him in water

How to choose right baby swimming classes?

The best practice to choose baby swimming classes is by referral means. You can ask fellow parents about their experience with specific swim school and if they are happy with their child’s progress. For instance, if you are looking for swim school Cinco ranch, you can also ask at child’s school, as well as your gym.

Most of all the school should offer a positive, nurturing environment. Here are some general guidelines that can help you choose the best swim school Cinco Ranch:

-The swim school must be accredited by local, and relevant authorities

-The pool must be clean

-The water should be temperature controlled

-The pool should have clear signs indicating the depth of the pool

-There should be a mean to support for children under pool

-There should be adequate number of swimming instructors against the number of children

-The overall environment of swim school must be clean and hygienic

Source: penguswimschool.com

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This is a mental health site. Do you have any issues we can help you with?

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This is great info. But the reason I'm writing is bc ur post made me think of babies having fun in the water and it made me smile. Thankyou

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Hi adampatrick,

Welcome to our community. I am a little curious about your post, as although this is possibly useful information for some folks, I'm not sure this is entirely relevant to this forum, as this is a mental health support community for people and their carers who struggle with mental health problems. Though I note from Shaw Mind's strap line above we support 'children, adults and families for better mental health', so I can see why possibly you wanted to share this, and has obviously brought a smile to one or two folks.

Do familiarise yourself with our Pinned Posts section as there is a lot of useful information including free mental health guides, international crisis support helplines etc.

Folks here are very supportive and are willing to reach out to those in need.

Best wishes,

MAS Nurse

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Thanks MAS_Nurse, I am sharing this because I have lost my child while swimming, and I don't want anyone to lose their children, hopefully you will not remove this post.

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Bless you adampatrick143 I am so sorry. And what a wonderful post.

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