Our parent and me swimming lessons in Los Angeles are scheduled to meet your needs. The approach we use provides 100% success regardless of age. The first few swim classes are spent helping your infant or baby feel comfortable in the water, building your infant or toddlers awareness of the water, and building confidence while learning to swim freestyle and breaststroke.
One with the Water‘s Parent and Me Swimming Lessons teaches the following basic skills in their swim classes for mommy and me swimming lessons.
- Water Adjustment
- Enter/Exit Water with Support
- Bubble Blowing
- Submerge Eyes, Nose and Mouth
- Supported Front and Back Float
- Supported Front and Back Glide
- Supported Leg Action on Front and Back
- Passing between Adults
- Basic Pool Safety Rules
- Supported Front to Back Float
- Introduction to Bobbing
- Combined Arm and Leg Action on Front
- Combined Arm and Leg Action on Back
- Drafting with Breathing
- Supported Swim on Back
- Wearing a Lifejacket in the water
- Water Toys and their Limitations
Parent and Child Aquatics Images, Games, Songs and Rhymes
“Much of a child’s early learning takes place while playing games. In fact, play and fun experiences are essential for the development of a child’s positive attitude toward the world. Images, games and rhymes make use of a child’s natural ability to imagine and pretend while learning swimming-related skills. Provided by the American Red Cross”
Click the PDF below to learn more about Parent and Child Aquatics – Images, Games, Songs and Rhymes.
Kenny is a baby Bottlenose dolphin, of the genus Tursiops, one of the most common and well-known members of the family Delphinidae, the family of oceanic dolphin. He is very playful and friendly and loves to frequently leap above the water surface. Kenny plays with water toys, enjoys making bubble rings, and plays well with other dolphins or other animals.