Specializing in aquatic survival skills
for infants and young children

Children are naturally curious, and water is one of the most intriguing hazards they will ever encounter.  Kids love to stomp through, splash, wade, drink and spray water.  They love to play with it in buckets or containers, play in the tub, and play with the water out of a hose or faucet.  Children can do many interesting things with water and it is usually close at hand.  In Texas there has been a dramatic increase in the number of backyard pools and a growing interest in water activities.

Swim Kids' teaching technique of aquatic survival skills is extremely flexible, due to its one-to-one instruction. Each lesson is custom tailored to meet the needs of your child.  While the teaching techniques and instructions are flexible, the water is not.  The consistency of the water makes it an excellent environment in which to teach; the unforgiving nature of water, however, makes such instruction absolutely necessary.  A child's ability to act instinctively in the face of an emergency may be the difference between life and death.


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Gina Slagle