The benefits of swimming for your child
Hard to imagine that very young children know how to swim! However, with 4 months, you will be able to see how your child will be happily splashing in the pool, getting from this huge fun and amazing parents!
Like a child learning to swim?
Collective clases for children are held in a small pool, in the presence of the swimming instructor, sometimes the masage therapist and expert in psychometrics. The main purpose of these sesions is to dedicate the child water in a joyful atmosphere with a variety of games. They usually last for 30-60 minutes.
Clases begin with an introduction of the child with water: begin by sinking in the water, holding the child in her arms, then move around the
pool with him. Look closely at his reaction, with proper construction practice a smile will appear very quickly as soon as the child will feel the contact with water!
Once he really feels at ease and begins to move, the swimming instructor will ask You to put it on water, then gently submerge his head under water and immediately raise it above the water. Don’t worry, your baby has innate reflex stop breathing, and you will see that he will be very happy after this sailing!
At the end of clas you will be able to leave your baby in the water, and it floats!
But in any case, even in the presence of an instructor, do not leave your child unattended!
Such activities give the child?
In addition to exploring the water, swimming lesons allow your child to develop psychomotor reflexes: moving in water, it acquires reflexes, absolutely different from what is inherent in it “on land”, for example, the reflex of the foot. Swimming also will develop his self-confidence and independence. Finally, these lesons introduce children to the outside world and to other children and, consequently, he will be afraid that he is not yet known. As for you, the opportunity to play in the water and swim with your child will give you unique moments of happines and togethernes with him!
Some practical advice:
– feed the baby immediately after bathing (he’ll work up a big appetite!);