Teach Your Baby To Swim: 10 Tips For Baby Safety In And Around Water

Teach Your Baby To Swim: 10 Tips For Baby Safety In And Around Water

Teach Your Baby to Swim And Keep Them Safe In And Around Water Without Having To Be On “Parent Watch” 24/7!

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Worried when your baby is around water? Drowning is the Leading Cause of Accidental Death for Children 1 to 4! Swimming Lessons are a Key Part of Ending These Tragedies, with Many Additional Benefits As Well

We don’t mean that headline to scare you. As parents ourselves, we know that whether a first-time or experienced parent, you’re always worried about your children’s safety and well being. We do mean to bring a very important problem, and its solution, to your attention. On average, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 3,536 children fatally, unintentionally drown (non-boating related) in and around water each year. One in five people who die from drowning are children 14 and younger.

You probably wouldn’t dream of driving your young children about without a car seat. Yet according to the CDC in the U.S., more children under the age of 5 die of drowning than in car accidents. No wonder you worry.

Here Are TEN Easy To Use Tips That You Can Use Right Now To Make Your Baby Safe In And Around Water !

Learning to swim and be safe in and around the water are important survival skills. Accidents only take a few seconds to occur, but they can often be prevented by ensuring your loved ones follow simple water safety guidelines.

Pioneers in swimming instruction and water safety, providing swimming instruction to children and adults. We are offering these tips to help keep you and your loved ones safe in and around the water during the summer and at any time of year:

  1. Make sure children are supervised by an adult at all times.
  2. No one, not even adults, should ever swim alone.
  3. Be prepared in an emergency by learning lifesaving, first aid and CPR techniques.
  4. No one, not even adults, should ever swim alone.
  5. Follow the posted rules in any water environment.
  6. Backyard pools should have posted rules, ring buoy and security fences with self-closing gates and childproof locks.
  7. If you have an above-ground pool, secure and lock the steps or remove them completely when not in use.
  8. Be aware of water depth, incline and any underwater obstructions before diving. Never dive in water less than nine feet deep.
  9. Children should use U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jackets. Avoid inflatable toys including armbands or “swimmies”-they can be dangerous, giving a false sense of confidence.
  10. And finally, everyone should learn swimming and basic water safety skills. The YMCA offers swimming classes for all ages and levels.

For more information about being safe around a pool, please take a look at this article at Windy Pinwheel


Keeping your Baby Safe: Your Most Important Role As A Parent

About 7,000 children are injured or killed in and around water each year. The good news is that many of these incidents can be prevented by using simple child water safety devices on the market today.

You can waterproof your baby by teaching them to swim as early on as possible.

We will help you to teach your baby or young child to swim in a fun and engaging way that will be a rewarding experience for both children and parents alike .

Introducing….

Teach Baby to Swim: Learn How to Swim - Swimming Lessons for Babies and Toddlers - 2 DVD Set

It’s a two-DVD video course that explains the principles, while showing you step by step how to get your infant or toddler comfortable in the water and then knowing how to swim. We will help you to teach your baby or young child to swim in a fun and engaging way that will be a rewarding experience for both children and parents alike.

You can waterproof your baby by teaching them to swim as early on as possible.

Your child will benefit from a lifelong health and survival skill. Plus swimming is simply fun and a great sport.

The Many Benefits of Swimming Lessons

Learning to swim and be safe in and around the water are important survival skills. Accidents only take a few seconds to occur, but they can often be prevented by ensuring your loved ones follow simple water safety guidelines learned early in life. Learning to swim at an early age provides a host of benefits, including the following to list but a few.

  1. Swimming is wonderful exercise, and starts baby on an active lifestyle.
  2. It builds a stronger heart and stronger lungs, improves strength and stamina.
  3. It develops coordination and balance.

Teaching your baby to swim also provides some very special time between just the two of you.

What You’ll Learn

We’re pioneers in swimming instruction and water safety, providing swimming instruction to children and adults. Here are just a few of the many things you’ll learn in our dual-DVD set Teach Baby to Swim.

  1. The ideal water temperatures for infants and toddlers
  2. The ideal “swim times”
  3. How to balance play and discipline
  4. The best ways to interact with baby
  5. What to look out for to see if baby is tired or too distracted
  6. How to deal with an infant or toddler who is afraid of or unhappy in the water

Above all you’ll be receiving step-by-step lessons with an incredible level of detail, from the very first dip into the pool to swimming by themselves. You’ll even learn tons of amazing insights into how babies react to water and behave as they progressively learn to swim. The material presented is enough for as much as a year, or even more, of teaching your baby to swim. You’ll be watching moms and dads like yourself following the instructions and teaching their own children.

We’ve Helped Countless Parents — Here Are Just a Few of Them…

Anna and Baby Laura

Anna and Baby Laura

Thank you for the lovely course . I have been teaching my daughter Anna using the methods you teach and she’s getting confident in the water now . Yesterday was the first time she had been in the sea and she felt quite at home.

 
Sklosic & Baby Aneska

Sklosic & Baby Aneska

I bought your course last week and went throughout he lessons. Yesterday was the first day I tried them out with my son .He thoroughly enjoyed his first swimming lesson…

 
Adam and Baby George

Adam and Baby George

I became a Father for the first time six months ago . I couldn’t wait to get her in the water . I bought your course and can say its really given me the confidence to teach her properly without without worrying about her picking up on any bad habits I may have passed on to her.

You Can Save the High Cost of Swimming Lessons

When you add up to cost of weekly, twice weekly, or more frequent lessons over the course of a year or two the total cost can be staggering. And you almost certainly won’t be getting one-on-one teaching after an initial period. But if have your own pool this course plus the cost of a few inexpensive flotation devices will be your only expense.

If you’ve taken a look at the value of these video courses I think you’ll agree that I could easily have asked for much more for this course . However I choose not to do that because I really want you to take my experience and learn from it, so that you too can teach your children to be safe in and around water like I have. And to further help you keep your children safe I’m adding something extra.

Once you’ve implemented the strategies and techniques I share, I’m confident you’ll feel much more relaxed in the knowledge that you children can swim and you’ll tell your friends about Teach Baby to Swim.


 

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