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During these hot summer days there is nothing we love more than to cool off by the pool or the beach. And one thing I wanted to make sure to do this year was teach Jayden how to swim. Statistically more children under the age of five drown than any other age group, and I didn’t want Jayden to be one of those statistics. So this summer I teamed up with Wolfies Swim School to work with Jayden on teaching him how to swim. He had two weeks one on one private lessons with the teacher and two months group lessons. We really enjoyed going there because not only was it centrally located in the Rice Village area, we were only minutes from our favorite brunch place and the zoo, but also because Jayden enjoyed being a little shark at the pool and is learning valuable skills that may save his life in the future. Check out more of our experience with Wolfies Swim School below.
Little Man and Daddy after his private lessons.
Group lessons at the West University rec center with his teacher. Jayden really enjoys going to swim school. At first he was scared but by the end of the week he was ready to jump in the pool by himself. I love the 30 minute classes that they offer because it is great for kids his age. They also offer mommy and me classes for younger babies too, and at home lessons if you prefer the convenience of your own home. We will continue doing weekly group classes for Jayden even after the summer is over so he can continue to improve his swimming skills. I don’t think there is any better investment for your kiddo than swim lessons, because its lessons that could help save your child’s life. If you would like to learn more about Wolfies Swim School make sure to visit their site. And comment below if you have any questions.
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