Archive for August, 2014
Toddlers can be introduced to the joys of the water while learning vital water safety skills. The earlier children are immersed safely in water and allowed to develop natural water safety instincts, the sooner your child will gain the confidence to enjoy those surroundings.
Are you looking for a toddler’s swimming pool in Loxwood? For parents who would like their children to experience the joys of swimming but are unsure of which swimming school in or near Loxwood to choose, Water Nippers runs courses and classes for toddlers at Lily Meadows in Loxwood. We take a maximum of five to six children per class.
In these toddler swimming lessons, your child will learn core aquatic skills, including balance and buoyancy. Once your toddler has progressed, they will eventually get to the stage where they can swim without buoyancy aids. At Water Nippers, our aim is to make swimming fun for young children while delivering on a series of structured lessons in which objectives are clear but the child is encouraged to learn at their own pace.
Once toddlers become acquainted with this multi-sensory world, they will love the sensation of being in the water. Learning to swim is always worthwhile. Swimming is also a wonderful bonding activity, which friends and families can enjoy together.
Swimming is a fun, stimulating and healthy activity which the whole family can enjoy. Swimming is also a fun, stimulating and healthy activity for very young children. Learning to swim during your formative years aids a baby’s development, teaches them the importance of water safety and builds their confidence in the water.
If you’re keen for your child to start swimming then you’ll no doubt want to find a local swimming school. Babies and toddlers can now enjoy specialised and progressive swimming classes and every class can be adapted to suit the needs of your child.
If you’re looking to find a baby swimming pool in the Petworth area, then look to Water Nippers. Water Nippers is an independent swimming school for children aged between 1-8, operating classes in locations across London, Surrey and Sussex.
Though babies are born with a natural ability to swim and the ability to adapt to immersion in water, all babies progress at their own pace. At Water Nippers we understand this. Our classes are small in size to enable us to support and encourage each child individually as they learn. We’re here to help your child and encourage them to develop at their own pace, while remaining safe and enjoying their time in the swimming pool.
Swimming pools, tropical beaches and freshwater ponds all provide exciting sporting entertainment and cooling relief from the hot summer sun, but water is dangerous for young children if they are left unattended, even for a second, or if you don’t take proper precautions. When near water, if a child does not know how to swim then an adult should always be within easy reach of them, in the event that a child accidentally falls in the water.
Children need to be supervised at all times around water, but there are ways of teaching your kids water safety from a formative age to ensure they understand the importance of water safety and can begin the steps towards learning how to swim and survive in the water themselves.
If you’re not sure how to teach your child the basics of water safety it’s always best to consult a professional who can help your child gain confidence in the water, learn about safety and, ultimately, learn how to swim.
At Water Nippers we are qualified in the teaching of water safety for all children aged 1-8. Not only is it useful and important for your child to be able to swim, but learning about water safety is paramount. When it comes to teaching your kids water safety, Water Nippers can help.
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