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BE WATER SAFE!

Learning to Swim is a fun and exciting activity and being confident in the water will give your child a great start in life. Teach your child a core skill that could potentially save their life. Also, just think how more relaxing holidays will be with a child that is confident and safe in the water!

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LEARN TO SWIM

The importance of swimming lessons

MAY 2018

Learning to swim can be a very beneficial lesson in someone's life. There are a number of times when the knowledge of how to swim comes in handy, and it may even save your life someday. Therefore, if you are an adult who does not know how to swim, consider getting lessons. Or, if you have children, you can give them a wonderful gift by teaching them their strokes. This article will outline the benefits of a basic understanding of how to swim.

 

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When Are Kids Ready To Learn to Swim?

MAY 2018

Most parents think their babies are still too small to join baby swimming classes and so they decide to wait for some more time. However, as a parent you must realize that there is no magical age when your child will be ready to learn how to swim.

Winter swimming:

May 2018

 

Many parents only associate swimming with the warm summer months believing that their child will get sick if they swim during winter. When in actual fact children are no more likely to catch a cold from swimming during winter than during summer.

The Benefits of Infant Swim Time

MAY 2018

When your baby isn’t old enough to walk, it may seem silly to take them to the pool. But there are so many benefits to splashing around and gliding through the water — besides the fact that your little one looks super cute in a bathing suit.

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Drowning Prevention

MAY 2018

Newborns and infants should never be left alone while in bathtubs or pools. It’s important to keep in mind that a child can drown in even just 1 inch of water. For children under 1 year of age, it’s best to do “touch supervision.” That means that an adult should be close enough to touch them at all times.

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ABOUT US

Teaching children to be safe and have fun in the water Gaby Edelson started Rubba Duckies Swim School in 2009. Her passion and the drive of her team of teachers is to help children and adults become the best they can be in the water.
Rubba Duckies has two branches:
Fourways, South Africa,

Guildford, United Kingdom.

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