Have a splashing good time with your little one as they embark on an aquatic adventure. From as early as 4 months to 6 years, pools across the country offer your child the chance to explore the joys of water. But remember, it’s not about taking in the whole ocean at once.

Safety First

Guided by trained staff, you’ll gently ease your baby into the water, cradling them in your arms. As your little explorer unfolds onto a floating mat, they’ll gradually discover the wonders of water through playful exercises. Once your toddler feels confident, they’ll dip into the depths, showcasing their natural affinity for underwater exploration. Your little swimmer will adapt to this new world, overcome any initial fears, and most importantly, have a blast!

Unleash Freedom

In the water, your baby is free to move as they please. They’ll twist and turn, stretch and squirm, all while engaging in thrilling activities with mats, slides, boards, and colorful balloons. It’s all about having fun.

 Boosting Development

The engaging activities cater to your child’s physical development, enhancing their motor skills, strengthening their cardiovascular system, and presenting challenges they’ll eagerly embrace. This newfound confidence paves the way for increased autonomy. These experiences, or rather, adventures, will equip them with the ability to move effortlessly both in and out of the water, mastering new skills with each passing day.

 Awakening the Senses

Immersed in water, your child becomes attuned to their senses. They feel the gentle pull of gravity, the soothing touch of water on their skin, and the harmonious symphony of submerged sounds. These sensations nurture a delightful sense of liberation. Bath time at home might just become a moment of pure joy.

 Swimming Comes

Later While “baby swimming” offers a multitude of benefits, it’s not a guarantee that your child will be the next breaststroke champion. It’s not a swimming lesson per se. However, it instills water confidence that’ll set them ahead when they start formal swimming lessons at around 5-6 years of age.

 Safety Measures

To make the most of baby swimming, ensure your child is up-to-date with vaccines and free from chronic ear infections or asthma. Opt for a pool with water around 32°C, keep sessions short (15-30 minutes), and provide your little one with a warm towel and a snack before and after.

Keep in mind that chlorine in pool water can potentially affect your child’s respiratory health. It’s advisable to space out swimming sessions, rinse thoroughly before and after, and ensure your baby stays hydrated to avoid any unwanted surprises.

Enjoy the adventure with your little swimmer, and remember to explore swimming classes at the Lenny Krayzelburg Swim Academy to continue their water journey.