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Parents will receive information/techniques to help them orient their child to the water in a safe and comfortable manner and supervise water activities. Water adjustment is the goal. Elementary swim skills covered include: holding positions, water entry, bubble blowing, supported front & back movement, underwater exploration and rolling over. Guardian is required to be in the water with child.
Instructors guide preschoolers through the basics of water adjustment and into water exploration in a safe and fun manner. Elementary skills covered include: water safety and practices, water entry, bubble blowing, supported front and back movement, underwater exploration, rolling over and swimming readiness skills. Instructional plan is based on Levels 1, 2, and 3 of the American Red Cross Learn to Swim Program. Classes are divided on the first day. Guardian is required to remain at the facility.
Instructors focus on encouraging students to be comfortable in the water and teach skills which are fundamental to the swimming process such as supported floating and kick on front and back, alternate arm action and water safety rules and skills. Student must have some water adjustment and be able to stand up in 3 ½ feet of water by him/her self.
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