Swimming lessons recomendations

21 Jun 2015 08:23 #1 by Grady
For a 2 year old.

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21 Jun 2015 11:45 #2 by ScienceChic
Evergreen Park & Recreation District has them for ages 8 months to adults. www.evergreenrecreation.com/Youth_Activities/Aquatics.htm

If Bailey is closer, the Marge E Hudak Pool has lessons: www.edline.net/files/_EaB6Y_/f43f46f9010...ummer__Full_Page.pdf

If the city is more convenient, Lakewood Recreation has several facilities (Green Mountain's pool is really cold, but Lakewood Link and Carmody both have good temps. Lakewood Link is a little distracting with the giant pirate ship, slides, and water guns but the instructors usually do a pretty good job of keeping the kids focused). www.lakewood.org/recreation/

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22 Jun 2015 08:46 #3 by Grady
thanks

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22 Jun 2015 09:32 #4 by ScienceChic
You're welcome!

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The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it. ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is. ~Winston Churchill

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22 Jun 2015 10:22 #5 by Nobody that matters
Just a thought... Lessons are great, but if you want them to be more effective get the student in the pool in between lessons to just play. They will naturally practice what they were just taught, and the pool will still be a place for fun, not just work. I've seen too many kids wind up disliking swimming because the only time they were in the pool they were in lessons and not playing.

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