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Building Speech Skills at the Pool

 

Just because your child was born with speech and language difficulties does not mean that it should be considered a lifelong disability. New research is being done every day, and you can help your child improve their speech and language skills with speech therapy during swimming lessons! Let your child have fun, while learning to interact with others and develop their language skills.

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What are the Criteria for Competitive Swimming for Kids?

 

A lot of parents make the decision to enroll their little ones in swimming lessons when they’re young and then may stop classes once they’ve become proficient swimmers. But there are also a lot of kids who fall in love with swimming during their initial exposure to it and want to continue taking lessons long after they’ve mastered basic skills. As a parent, you want your child to have an active and social lifestyle and one of the best ways to do so is by involving them with competitive swimming for kids.

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How to Maximize Your Time at Baby Swim Lessons


It’s never too early to start your child with swim lessons! Not only do baby swim lessons give your child a chance to learn about water safety at a young age, but the lessons also help nurture their child development. The only challenge with taking your child to swim lessons at a young age is you never know what you’ll get from them. There are some things you can do at home to prepare them for the lessons, but sometimes you simply have to take what you get from them. Here are some of the best ways you can get the most out of your baby swimming lessons.

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Why Everyone Should Learn to Swim (at Any Age)!

 


About half of American adults could likely improve upon their basic swimming skills, and in warm-weather states like Arizona, where almost everyone has a pool, it is a necessity. The reality is most Americans overestimated their swimming skills and don’t know how to swim as well as they think. About 80 percent of adults said they could swim, but, only about half of them could perform basic “water competency” skills necessary for survival in the water.

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Scheduling Frenzy: Kids in Multiple Extracurricular Activities


Having your kids in multiple activities can be tough, especially when they’re across different age groups. Learning to swim, however, is one of the most important activities a child can do, especially in cities where pools are commonplace. The benefits of enrolling your child in swimming lessons  far outweigh the occasional stresses of scheduling and can even complement other kids activities.

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Parents of Multiples and Swimming Lessons

Parents of multiples know all too well that there are many rewards of having twins and triplets - and lots of challenges. Constantly having to juggle the needs and wants of more than one child, along with their toys, gear, and snacks can be overwhelming. An activity like swimming lessons that might seem appealing with just one child might sound daunting or downright impossible with two or three in the same age group. But, you don’t have to rule out swim class or the benefits of swimming lessons that come with it. We have plenty of families with multiples at our school, and here’s what we recommend to them.

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Can I Enroll My Child with Special Needs in Swimming Lessons?

If your little one has a learning or physical disability, you’re likely deeply invested in helping them learn and grow according to their unique needs. And just as you might have found activities that are well suited for your child, you might also have written-off certain activities because of a preconceived idea they wouldn’t work in your child’s particular situation. When it comes to swimming lessons, children with disabilities and other challenges can absolutely learn to swim. Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering swimming for disabled children.

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How to Soothe Your Child in Baby Swim Lessons

So you’ve enrolled your infant in swimming lessons, and are heading to your first class with excitement. All seems to be going well, until suddenly - your child breaks down in a mixture of tears and shrieks and you are unsure of how to handle such tantrums. It’s only natural, as the parent, to be self-conscious in a moment like this, and worry about what the other parents (and the instructor) are thinking about you and your baby when this happens.

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How Long Should My Child Stay in Swim Lessons?

While it's easy to understand the importance of learning to swim, a common question is, “How long do I keep my kids in swimming lessons?” A major benefit of swimming lessons is that they continue to teach skills beyond just the basics. Swimming lessons are not only recommended for learning safety precaution techniques, but also lifelong skills that bring endless benefits for your little one throughout their entire life. Here are just a few reasons why children should remain in swim lessons:

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What to Expect at Hubbard's Little Snappers Swim Class

Welcome to Hubbard Family Swim School, where we believe introducing your little one to swimming at a young age will reap benefits that reach far beyond the pool. Whether your infant has just graduated from Baby Splash or your little one is new to swimming lessons, we are delighted to join you and your baby in the water at one of our modern indoor facilities.

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