Best Way To Teach A Baby To Swim in 2020
Poolmaster Learn-to-Swim Swimming Pool Tube Float Trainer, Blue
Teach your Child to Swim: The Easy Way (Swimming Book 2)
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- ❤【Detachable tail】 Mambobaby 2020 newest generation float: Add tail avoids flip over or flip backwards, no matter backstroke or breaststroke swim way.
- ❤【Detachable sun canopy】 UPF 50+, keep baby’s delicate skin away from fierce sun. Use both outdoor and indoor. Mesh sides for see-through visibility.
- ❤【Non-inflate】No need pump. NEVER leakage and sink. Outside is cloth, inside is pearl-foam. It's more durable than other inflatable PVC float. One-press security buckles-lock offers more protection and convenient operation. Crotch straps design avoids slipping.
- ❤【Two swim ways】 backstroke and breaststroke. Adjustable size, backstroke for 3~12months, breaststroke for 3~24months. Best float to play and learn swim.
- ❤【Package includes】 1pc float with tail and canopy, 3pcs spray water toys, 1pc waterproof handbag. The bag is for float easy storage and carry out. If you have any problems, please feel free contact us,we can make satisfied solution in 24hours.
Egoelife Foam Back Floating Board Kickboard Swimming Training Aid with Buckle Belt for Kids Swimming Beginner (Swim Belt) (Black Float)
- RECENT FEEDBACK - FEEDBACK 1: The back float is easy to get broken. After investigating, we’ve figured out all the broken ones were worn in the WRONG SIDE. ATTENTION: THE RIGHT WAY IS TO PUT THE BLUE PAD SIDE ON KID’S BACK AND FASTEN AT THE CHEST. FEEDBACK 2: The strap is easy to get loosened after reinstalling. Yes, that might happen if the buckle and clip installed in the wrong way. Pls refer to the 3rd picture and the 7th video as reference. ATTENTION: PLS MAKE THE BELT SNUG BEFORE USING.
- GREAT POOL SAFETY & LEARNING PRODUCT - Perfect for little swimmers who are afraid of swimming alone and just need the reassurance; With buckle Belt on back, which allows your children to go into deeper waters in the pool without you being right there.
- GREAT TRANSITION BUBBLE - Perfect way to ease transition to swimming without assistance. It was great to increase a swimming beginner's stamina and strength by slowly removing the floats. Freeing arms for proper motion, easily buckles on back.
- ADJUSTABLE BELT & FUN COLORS - The back belt is adjustable, put the kickboards on your back and buckle the belt to prevent the kickboards from getting falling off. 4 colorful layers can be realigned as you wish. You could remove the pads one by one according to your swimming skills.
- GOOD QUALITY WITH GREAT SAFETY ASSURANCE - Made of Ethylene-vinyl acetate copolymer(EVA), sturdy foam floats. Comfortable closed cell EVA foam will not absorb water or chip. As a parent, you will enjoy the safety.
Baby Swimming Lessons in Durham, NC
The Durham YMCA and the city Parks and Recreation Department offer baby/parent swim lessons at a total of four locations.
The City of Durham Parks and Recreation Department offers infant swim lessons at two aquatics centers: Campus Hills and Edison Johnson. The Parent-Tot swim sessions are designed for children between six months old and two years old. The classes cover basic water skills and safety. The lessons are eight sessions long and each class lasts half an hour.
Registration for the lessons begins ten days before the classes begin and payment is due at registration. Parents must register in-person at the aquatics centers. The cost for city of Durham residents is $40. Non-city residents will be assessed a charge of $50. For more information visit www.durhamnc.gov/departments/parks and click on the image of the Play More guide for a PDF document with full program listings.
The Campus Hills aquatics center is located at 2000 South Alston Avenue in Durham. Their phone number is (919) 560-4781. Their current program runs fours weeks with classes each Tuesday and Thursday or on eight subsequent Saturdays. Edison Johnson is located at 500 W Murray Avenue and their phone is (919) 560-4265. Their classes are currently scheduled for Monday through Thursdays over two weeks, or on Mondays/Wednesdays or Tuesdays/Thursdays over four weeks.
The Triangle YMCA hosts Parent/Child swim lessons in two of its Durham Locations: Downtown and Lakewood. Their Parent/Child course is for children between the ages of six months old and three years old. Registration allows for six thirty-minute classes on successive Saturdays.
Patrons must register in person at the reception desk at the facility they wish to use. YMCA members are charged $41. Non-members may register, however will be charged $60 for the classes.
The Downtown Durham YMCA branch is located at 215 Morgan Street. Lakewood's location is on 2119 Chapel Hill Road. For more information about registration please call (919) 667-9622 or visit the program website at www.ymcatriangle.org/Durham_YMCAs/Programs/Aquatics/Swim_lessons.aspx.
Again, if you need alternatives to Parks and Recreation Department or YMCA classes, check with any pools that you have membership privileges to including fitness centers, country clubs, and swim teams as they may have arrangements in place for baby/parent lessons.