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When Should You Start Learning to Swim?

This may surprise some, but children can be taken to the swimming pool from an early age! Already a three-year-old toddler can get used to water enough to feel good and safe in it. But what to do with such young children in the pool? Play! No one else knows better than us parents that it is a game that motivates the youngest to act and encourages them to learn something new. So it is no different when it comes to learning to swim. Our instructors are well aware of this and willingly use this knowledge in practice.

No one else knows better than us parents that it is a game that motivates the youngest to act and encourages them to learn something new.

The instructors use play as an integral part of their swimming lessons. The fun can be endless. There are lots of colorful toys and play equipment in the water. Rubber animals, ships, water puzzles, inflatable or foam balls, sticks or wheels make the activities in the water fun, interesting and full of attractions. With inflatable sleeves, wings, mattresses, vests and swimming rings, children are getting closer to independent swimming step by step.

Swimming equipment for a child

Parents should stock up on accessories for their children that will keep them safe and comfortable while learning to swim and play in the water. When buying these types of items, choose them according to the age and weight of the child.

  • Sleeves
  • Cap
  • Swimming wheel
  • Swimming goggles
  • Comfortable swimming trunks
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