Babies & Toddlers Class

mehdi · December 11, 2022

This course teaches you how to write a lesson plan for babies & toddlers swimming lessons.

Why do we Need Babies and Toddlers lessons?

Drowning is the second cause of deaths among children 1-4 years old worldwide. In NSW Australia 64.8% of these incidents happened in private swimming pools.

In this section, we are going to explain 3 main types of programs run in the majority of swim schools

Babies and Toddlers Swimming Lessons.

There are many swim schools around the world that they have different classification for age groups however normally babies and toddlers lessons are classified as below

Babies 6month to 18 month 

Toddlers 18month to 32 month

Transition level for +32 month 

How this course could help my child’s swimming education?

Babies and Toddlers learn with conditioning and naturally love music and nice tones and colours. Experience shows that their response to music as a cue is great, that is why we would like to use songs for babies swimming lessons to keep them happy and condition them for activities that we want them to do.

What are the benefits of having Babies and Toddlers Swimming lessons?

Swimming lessons have many Physical and Psychological benefits for little children (Please see the free course of “Preparation for

babies Swimming Lessons”. Considering the limitations of their motor movement on the land, being in the water allows them to move freely and use their muscles. It also is a fantastic bonding opportunity for parents and their child.

The experience shows that children with babies and toddlers swimming background have developed a fantastic water familiarization and are enjoy their lesson more, compare to same-aged children without such a background.

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Course Includes

  • 9 Lessons
  • 60 Topics

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