Toddlers are constantly on the go. They’re learning about their environment, checking out everything it has to offer, and barreling their way through. This is exactly what they should be doing. Finding the right things to do with toddlers to help them learn and have fun can be a challenge.
We truly live in a golden age of technological advancements. With more access to information and media than ever before, we all spend time soaking it up. Therefore, creating a healthy balance of screen time habits for your children can be difficult.
Routine is important for anyone–but it’s even more important for children. A routine can influence a child’s social, emotional, and cognitive development. It also helps kids feel more secure. Have you started a routine for your family?
We’ve written before about how your baby can benefit from swim classes, but our Water Babies program is great for mom and dad, too. Here are 6 ways parents benefit from Water Babies.
Synchronized swimming, often referred to as underwater ballet, is not as easy as it looks. It’s an artistic sport that demands strength, flexibility, and grace.
Don’t miss the World’s Largest Swimming Lesson (WLSL)! It happens on June 20th, making it a great opportunity for your child to begin their summer just that much safer. This is a global event, with hundreds of facilities and twenty countries taking part.
Did you ever want to be a mermaid? Swimming around with a colorful tail without a care? Well you can!
Summer is approaching quickly and it's a great time to refresh your water safety skills. May is National Water Safety Month (APSP). By celebrating water safety, we encourage skills and behaviors that can save lives. This month's initiatives aim to prevent accidental...
About 3500 unintentional drownings (non-boating) occur every year in the US. That’s about 10 deaths per day. In the 1st quarter of 2019 there were 321 deaths. Drowning is the #1 cause of death in children aged 4 and under. About 1 in 5 people who die from drowning are...
Swimming lessons for children with sensory disorders can be a very effective therapy. Children with these disorders respond to being in water in one of two ways. Many enjoy the sensation and experience no fear of drowning. Some fear the feeling of water surrounding...