If you have price shopped swim lessons, I'm sure it didn't take long to feel that private swim lessons cost more than group lessons. Today, I'm going to share with you 6 reasons why private swimming classes are worth the cost.
Reading books about swimming and swimming lessons helps warm your kids up to not only the idea of swimming, but they’re entertaining and inspiring for the whole family too. We’ve rounded up five of our favorite books kids books about swimming.
Making the first introduction to the water fun can be achieved through games you can play and songs you can sing with your baby. If your child sees that you are comfortable and having fun in the pool, they will enjoy their time in the water too!
How can reading books on swimming be beneficial to your child? Here’s how: it can give the children courage and confidence, as well as feel that they are not the only ones experiencing what they are experiencing.
Millions of vulnerable children in America are losing the healthy meals they depend on as Coronavirus closes schools nationwide.
Sunsational Swim School has partnered with No Kid Hungry to provide these kids with hundreds of nutritious meals with every registration, but we need your help.
We all have choices when it comes to our children’s extra-curricular activities…Basketball, soccer, tee-ball, ballet, piano lessons, art class…. Do you put swim lessons in this category? Before you put swim lessons on the back burner, pause for a moment to reflect on the overall goal of swim lessons: To save your child’s life.
From my own experience, I know that many adults who cannot swim also have a very real fear of water which may have stemmed from a traumatic experience. However, I also know that any adult with a fear of swimming can beat that fear.
The coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic has suddenly changed how the world lives and works. Making the necessary lifestyle adjustments has been an uncomfortable but critical strategy for slowing the spread of disease.