This level is for children ages 3 to 5 1/2 years old who have never swum on their own or have no water experience. Our swimmers at this level will learn how to swim with a float (belt) independently without their parents or instructors' help. Level goals include water adjustments, eliminating fear of water, learning and perfecting basic swimming techniques for front crawl and backstroke, building basic swimming stroke coordination, and developing strength and the proper muscles for front crawl and backstroke.
This level is similar to the Angel Fish group and is for kids 3 to 5 1/2 years old who have a bit more experience in the water. Level goals include swimming independently and comfortably with a float (belt) in the water, swimming with the face in the water, learning and perfecting basic swimming techniques of front crawl and backstroke, building swimming stroke coordination, and developing the proper muscles for front crawl and backstroke.
This level is for kids 4 to 5 1/2 years old who are able to swim with a float (belt) and can put their face in the water. The goal of this level is to learn and perfect more advanced front crawl and backstroke swimming techniques, build more confidence in the water, and swim independently without any flotation device, staying above water for a certain amount of time without any assistance.
This level is for kids 4 to 5 1/2 years old who are able to swim comfortably and independently for a limited period of time and can swim with their face in the water. Here, our students learn how to stay above water at all times, tread water, perfect front crawl and backstroke techniques, build advanced swimming stroke coordination, learn and perfect side breathing, and develop strength, speed, and the ability to swim independently without any assistance.
This level is for comfortable, independent swimmers ages 4 to 5 1/2 years old who can swim independently without any assistance but need more work on their swimming techniques. Level goals include perfecting front crawl and backstroke technique, including side breathing, learning basic front crawl starts and dives, swimming underwater for longer periods, perfecting stroke coordination, and improving strength and speed.