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How to Make Teaching Your Child To Swim Fun!

Teaching your child to swim is super important. You want him or her to have the skills to stay safe in the water. But, how do you make the experience a valuable learning one and fun? Today’s post is here to help.

In the video, Teach Your Child To Swim The Fun and Easy Way, teaches you how to teach your kids to swim so they stay safer. If you follow step by step, the process is sure to be easy and fun. Daniel has been using this technique successfully for 30 years. Parents’ Choice Approved by the Parents’ Choice Foundation…

Teaching Your Child To Swim, The Fun, Easy Way!

There are five learning blocks to this technique:

  • Swim Psychology
  • Vertical Bobbing
  • Grab The Wall
  • Kicking
  • Arms

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Tips For Getting Started

1.Address Fear and Discuss

Daniel says that the key to success is to address your child’s fear of water and swimming right away.

2.Create Verbal Cues

You can create some verbal cues together to use once you are in the water so there are no surprises.

3.Use Time and Consistency

Set up a time to teach your child on a regular basis.

4.Make It Fun

To make teaching times more fun, make sure you disperse play time along with teaching. This can be splashing in the water, playing games, etc.

5.Award

Daniel also recommends creating an award system.

Then, just follow the steps in the video!

It may be helpful to watch each step of the video and then practice as you go. You can always come back to review when needed.

What do you think? Ready to teach your child to swim?

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Lori

Freelance Blogger at ImmenselySocial.com
Lori Hil is a freelance blogger and content curator with an AAS in Early Childhood Education. She now gets to combine her love of writing and teaching through the written word. You can find her all around the web, but especially enjoying the freelance life at ImmenselySocial.com
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