As parents, one of our main goals is to ensure the safety and well-being of our children. When it comes to water safety, one of the best things we can do is to enroll our children in swim lessons. But how many lessons does it take to learn to swim? At Baby Otter Swim School, we believe that each child is unique and learns at their own pace. That’s why we offer personalized, one-on-one instruction to give your child the attention they need to learn and thrive.
So, how many lessons does it take to learn to swim?
The answer depends on various factors, including age, experience, and comfort level in the water. At Baby Otter Swim School, we provide age-appropriate swimming instruction to children of all ages, including those under three, using our proprietary Turn, Kick, Reach® method. For infants and toddlers, it usually takes around five lessons to become comfortable in the water and start developing basic water safety skills.
Using our proprietary Turn, Kick, Reach® in our 5-day curriculum-based program, and the continuity and repetition of our program, we have 48 years of proven success with our programs.
At Baby Otter Swim School, we believe that a child’s first experience in the water should be private lessons. This one-on-one instruction gives full attention to your child and their needs, this also allows us to modify and accommodate your child’s individual needs. We know that a child may cry at first during their lessons because we are strangers, they are in a strange place, and the idea of being in the water is very new to them. But we love them through it using positive reinforcement and loving words. The personalized attention given to your child is vital for their first introduction to the water.
At Baby Otter Swim School, we believe that personalized, one-on-one instruction is the best way to ensure that your child learns and thrives in the water. Contact us today to enroll your child in our age-appropriate swim instruction program and give them the skills they need to stay safe in and around the water.