The first series of swimming lessons.
At the Swimming-ABC, a lot of attention is initially devoted to making children water-ready. This is a very important period in which the foundation for learning to swim is laid. Children learn to float on their front and back, enter and exit the water, turn from front to back and back to front, submerge underwater, look underwater, and search. These activities help children become familiar with the water and feel comfortable in it.
Many exercises are offered in the form of games, as this is the best way for young children to learn. So, do not think that the child is merely playing in the water. Each game serves a purpose. After this period of becoming water-ready, it is time for the next phase: learning the swimming strokes.