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The ABC’s for parents of little swimmers from Bubbles Swim School

Welcome to our newsletter ABC’s, where we are going to share with you all about our Swim School, from A to Z talking about all the factors involved and how you as a parent can help in this Teaching-Learning process of Learn to Swim program. A is for Aquatic Program Bubbles Swim School, we are [...]

Activities for Bath Time Learn to Swim

Although, children as young as 6 months old can be in the pool, many parents might be more comfortable and secure introducing children to water in a more controlled environment. A way to do this is to use bath time as learn to swim time! By filling in the bathtub and getting into it with [...]

5 Great Benefits of Learning to Swim with Bubbles Swim School

1. Fun and Exciting Environment At Bubbles Swim School we create a learning environment for babies, toddlers, and children that is relaxing and enjoyable for your little ones. Our method is to teach with love and patience. We gain the confidence of our students through games and fun. The idea is to enjoy the class [...]

Safety tips from Bubbles Swim School

When the weather becomes warm, everyone wants to be in and around the water. Hanging out at the beach or swimming pool on a hot day is a great way to beat the heat. Between having fun and checking out the different sights, most people don't think much about water safety — but they should. [...]

3 Conversations to Have With Children Before Summer

"Don't go near a pool without an adult." This is the most important water safety conversation you can have with your child because it's so simple. Even very young children can understand that certain areas are off-limits. Helping them see the danger of being alone around pools can prevent drowning incidents from ever happening.   "If you see someone [...]

Benefit of early swimming lessons

Did you know that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says participation in formal swimming lessons can reduce the risk of drowning by as much as 88 percent among young children age 1-4, who are at greatest risk of drowning? Safety skills are usually the primary reason why many parents enroll their babies in [...]