Teach and learn about the fundamentals of swimming and water awareness before your child starts their in water swim class in a fun and engaging environment in the comfort of your home or classroom.
- 1Proper breath exchange - to exhale not hold your breath
- 2Proper streamline & balance to recover in the water
- 3Proper propulsion to move through the water with kicks and strokes
- 4Easy and fun activities in the comfort of your home or classroom
- 5Each activity uses every day household items
- 6Each activity is demonstrated by a nationally trained swimmer
- 7followed by a "realty" activity demonstrated by toddlers
- 8These swimming activities should be part of every homes daily routine
- 9Learning to Swim is a journey not a race. Have FUN and start the journey TODAY
What You Will Learn
CHAPTER 1: "How do you Breathe in the Water?" Parents, Teachers and little swimmers will learn our 7 progression activity/drills to practice proper breath exchange, Inhale and Exhale. NO HOLDING BREATH- EVER.
CHAPTER 2: "How do you BALANCE/STREAMLINE in the Water?" Parents, Teachers and little swimmers will learn our 5 progression activity/drills to practice how to coordinate both a streamline body position and maintain balance, so they can more comfortably take a breath.
CHAPTER 3: "How do you MOVE in the Water?" Parents, Teachers and little swimmers will learn our 7 progression activity/drills to practice proper propulsion, through kicking and arm strokes.
The above progression drills (breathing, balance, streamline and propulsion) have been proven to build confidence and comfort in the water in a fun and engaging environment.
ALL OUTSIDE OF THE WATER!
Cindy Klein is the co-founders of the 501c3 Klein Swim Academy. Coach Cindy created the Baby/Me swim curriculum to educate parents and educators about the 4 foundations of swimming, to help eradicate drowning. “Nami’s pre-k pre-swim class project and book” are a passion of mine. Too many children and families live in underserved communities or live in geographic or climate challenged areas, that do not have access to regular swim class with trained swim instructors or coaches. I feel passionate about teaching children to have confidence and build awareness of what to do when they find themselves in an unfamiliar position within an aquatic environment. Parents and educators now have a tool and guide to start the swimming conversation with their children.