Swimming Is Good For A Child’s Body and Brain

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Too often many African-Americans fail to learn how to swim which can literally be a tragedy.

In the United States two children under the age of 14 die every day due to accidental drowning. Therefore, the sooner you can get swimming lessons for your child the better. Going to the beach or spending time poolside will be less stressful or dangerous for you and your children.

In addition to the safety precaution, learning to swim early in life may give kids a head start in developing balance, body awareness and maybe even language and math skills.

Swimming is a physical activity, so they learn at an early age what it means to be healthy and fit; they also can develop their motor skills such as running, climbing stairs and building towers out of blocks.

It’s never too soon to get your baby into swimming, children as young as six months hold can start swimming lessons. You will also receive the added benefit of spending time together and strengthening the bond between parent and child.

Don’t waste any more time, sign up for swimming lessons and help your baby develop into a lean, mean, brainiac machine!