April 11th, 2017
Yes, babies are natural swimmers, it’s true. In fact, they already know how to breathe underwater thanks to their primal neo-natal instincts. Like most skills, swimming is best picked up from an early age. We’re talking right when they turn six-months-old. It may seem like a crazy thing to do, but introducing you baby to the pool early has some pretty awesome physical and cognitive benefits (read all about it in our latest issue!).
So how do go about teaching your baby to swim? Instead of tackling it on your own, it’s best to approach train experts who can best teach your baby in a safe and specially prepared environment. Today, you can find many swim schools that offer swimming classes catered for babies all over the island. To find one that will best suit you and your baby, here are some tips to choose the right one.
Read more about how swimming can benefit your little ones in the latest Mar/Apr issue of Parents World, available now on newsstands!
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