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  Each student will present with unique challenges and abilities.  We want to customize all of skill exercises and interactions to fit your child’s personality.  We will find many creative ways to make getting water on the face and going underwater fun. 

Identify, what your student needs to feel comfortable, i.e toys, splashing, pouring water, high fives, etc. Encourage your student to use their imagination. Children learn well through play and by imitating the adults in their lives.  Use redirection to help a child that seems to become scared all of a sudden.  

Roadblock to Learning to Swim – When a child is fearful in the water it’s caused by anxiety of the unknown.  The older a child begins swimming lessons the more likely they will have sensitivity to the water on the face and the buoyancy feeling.

Swimming is the only Sport that can Save your Life – Learning to become a strong swimmer could potentially be life saving.  Swimming takes specific conditioning and well established muscle memory development through consistent practice.

Why swim all year?  Avoid the frustration of starting over with swimming each Spring. Prevent fear of water from becoming a hindrance to your child’s ability to enjoy the water.  Easier to find a time that is convenient with less students enrolled in swim classes. 

Your child will be conditioned for swimming and less likely to panic in water, therefore, much safer in the water when the pool season rolls back around. Your child will be able to enjoy pool parties and vacation next summer if they can already swim. Swimming conditioning will diminish quickly without consistent practice.  Open water swimming or surfing is an amazing inexpensive hobby for many and is only safe if you are a strong swimmer.  

Swimming is a great social activity for you and your child outside of the school environment. Your student could be ready for swim team or water camps next year. Your student will become comfortable with a coach at an early age helping to decrease separation anxiety.

Do you think that Swimming is just a Summer activity?

We live in a fast paced world and we often cut out the things that make life better like exercise and fun.  Swim lessons can be taught in 20 minutes. These 20 minutes swim lessons will be packed with fun and exercise along with learning a valuable skill.  

It’s especially important to have consistent positive swimming exposure to the water if your child has any anxiety.  Swimming is not like riding a bike as some may think. 

Tragically, the leading cause of death and injury for children under 5 is water related. Children will be safer and more comfortable in the water the younger they learn to swim. Swimming becomes more difficult to learn as you get older.  Fear of water only occurs from lack of swimming exposure or a traumatic water incident. Swim lessons year round will help your child swim faster and prevent fear of water.  

Recommended Tools to Enhance learning

Goggles:  Essential to help with comfort learning to swim

Kick board:  Helps students understand how to maintain prone streamline position while kicking.

Fins:  Great for kids with fear

Noodle:  Helps to instill confidence while swimming with limited support

Water Toys:  Can be used as a reward or help to focus attention.

Swimming Skills – Fundamentals 

Breath control – Students must exhale or growl in order to breathe while swimming.

Buoyancy – Students must understand how the water hold them and how to balance in the water.

Stroke Mechanics – Students must learn how to kick properly and effectively pull the water

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Never turn your back on a child when you are in a pool or near any water.  No matter how safe your child seems to be in the water don’t have a false sense of security.  Your child will be as comfortable in the water as you are. Don’t practice swimming with a student if you are scared of the water yourself.

Swim Lesson Club USA knows the importance of swimming safety and wants to help parents prepare. Parents are often left out of the learning to swim process.   The key to instilling safe behavior is consistent swimming skill practice with parent outside of a formal lesson environment.

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Jacksonville Fl and the north east coast of FL is a special place to me and most people know little about. Outside of Jax we are known for maybe the Jaguars and not much else. I moved here from California 14 years ago with no intention of staying long. The reason why most people move to cities isn’t the reason I have stayed all these years. Downtown as always been bad to mediocre and the city doesn’t have a unique culture, however, it has become a melting pot of cultures.

I do have a perspective that leans toward the beaches lifestyle and leave very close to the beaches area of Jacksonville. I also tend to think from the perspective of how areas cater towards children. I don’t have any kids of my own, however, I own a swimming, surfing, and sports business heavily focused on working with kids.

I have listed all the areas and events that you should certainly try at some point. I will review our city from my perspective and why the First Coast has become my home. It feel strange to say that I am proud to be from Jacksonville, however, I am indeed proud to make this place my home.

I am blessed to be able to see the world from a kids eye because I spend so much time connecting and attempting to understand how kids think. I am sharing my insight and tips through this blog that will help parents teach their kids swimming, surfing, sports, and my favorite places to participate in these activities.

My goal is to teach everything I have learned to help kids reach their potential by pushing boundaries in a loving an creative way.

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It’s very important to begin orientating your child to the water as early as 6 months. Babies are born with a swimming reflex that begins to dissipate at 6 months.  This reflex is a natural reaction to submersion and the baby will instinctively hold their breath as well kick their feet.  

Babies can’t actually swim, however, you can condition behaviors that will help orient them to the water and increase their chances of surviving an accidental submersion.

Always condition safe behavior 

Don’t allow your student to enter the water or jump of a wall unless they have been cued to enter.  Count to 3 before entering the water and every time you leave the stairs or wall. Make sure to turn the child right back to where they started every time!  

1  Hold your child in a way that allows them to feel the buoyancy of the water.  Small children under the arms and older children by the hand and glide arms.  

2  Never too much water pouring when you are practicing. Teach exhaling underwater with humming or growling and look up to the sky to catch a cloud.

3  Back floating use the cheek to cheek and make sure to support the students head with your shoulder.  Don’t fight when they attempt to sit up. Just redirect and try it again.

4  Use the lifting method and counting to prepare a child to swim underwater.  Make sure to hold the child under their arms lifted high and slowly and consistently go underwater on three. Never force a child underwater.  Most importantly have fun. Do you feel like you can practice swimming with your kids now?

Step 1  Begin with small amounts using small amounts of water and progress to cups and buckets of water.  Pour the water after counting to 3

Step 2  Hold your child under their arms and let them float in your hands with their shoulders in the water.  Keep your child in the prone position with their legs behind

Step 3  Back float – Start with the students head resting on your shoulder and begin to sing with the student or count.

Step 4 Underwater swimming –  Cue techniques

Fear of Water Elimination

Step 1  Preparation for underwater swimming: 1, 2, 3 Pour water on the face 

Step 2  Orientation to the buoyancy of the water

Use the steps to lift your legs behind you

Take one hand off the steps then switch

Use a noodle to become comfortable with you legs off the bottom

Step 3  Underwater swimming

Glide to the stairs face in the water

Glide to the stairs while exhaling underwater 

Find an instructor you trust to assist you to transition into swimming. You will need to work in shallow water at all times

Begin to use arm strokes and kicking while maintaining a prone position. Finally you will be working toward exhaling underwater and looking up to take a pop up breath

Swimming Skills to practice out side of lessons
The first behavior your child must master is to never enter the water or jump of a wall unless they have been cued to enter. Always, count to three before entering the water. Always, work from the stairs or wall and have your child turn back to where the started . You want to condition your child to return to the wall or stairs after they swim to you.

Step 1 – Preparation for underwater swimming
Begin with small amounts using small amounts of water and progress to cups and buckets of water. Pour the water after counting to 3, the water should run over the crown of the head and over the child’s mouth. With older children that have some fear of water you should begin pours on the back of the head and over ears before the face. You can teach older children growling and humming to keep water out of the nose and mouth.

Step 2 – Orientation to the buoyancy of the water.
Hold your child under their arms and let them float in your hands with their shoulders in the water. Keep your child in the prone position with their legs behind, don’t let them crawl or stand up while practicing swimming.

Step 3 – Back float
Back floating is an essential swimming safety skills, however, most children are reluctant to stay on their backs. Start with the students head resting on your shoulder and begin to sing with the student or count. The child should be sitting up with their head on your shoulder when you begin the back float. Slowly dip back with your child and when the sit up don’t hold them down, sit them up and do it again the same way.

Step 4 – Underwater swimming
Underwater preparation cueing transition to submersion. After you count to three you gently submerge the child completely underwater then return to the surface. Cuing can be done with lifting and you can also blow in the child face before submersion.

Cue techniques: Lifts and blowing in the face. You should ever force a child underwater younger children will never fight, however, as they get older and develop anxiety they will. With children reluctant to go under then you must get them to growl or hum into the water before you help them under the water.

Always condition safe behavior
Don’t allow your student to enter the water or jump of a wall unless they have been cued to enter. Count to 3 before entering the water and every time you leave the stairs or wall. Make sure to turn the child right back to where they started every time!

1 Hold your child in a way that allows them to feel the buoyancy of the water. Small children under the arms and older children by the hand and glide arms.

2 Never too much water pouring when you are practicing. Teach exhaling underwater with humming or growling and look up to the sky to catch a cloud.

3 Back floating use the cheek to cheek and make sure to support the students head with your shoulder. Don’t fight when they attempt to sit up. Just redirect and try it again.

4 Use the lifting method and counting to prepare a child to swim underwater. Make sure to hold the child under their arms lifted high and slowly and consistently go underwater on three. Never force a child underwater. Most importantly have fun. Do you feel like you can practice swimming with your kids now?

Step 1 Begin with small amounts using small amounts of water and progress to cups and buckets of water. Pour the water after counting to 3
Step 2 Hold your child under their arms and let them float in your hands with their shoulders in the water. Keep your child in the prone position with their legs behind.
Step 3 Back float – Start with the students head resting on your shoulder and begin to sing with the student or count.
Step 4 Underwater swimming – Cue techniques

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