Learning to swim is an essential in life and it is always beneficial to start your child’s swimming journey as soon as possible.
If you would like your baby, toddler or preschooler to learn to swim, you may be interested to hear about Turtle Tots Bristol: swimming classes for little ones from birth until they start school on every day of the week at many locations in and near Bristol.
Turtle Tots swimming classes are gentle and fun and use interactive songs and toys while teaching little ones to swim both above and below the water.
Classes start with progressive baby and toddler classes, which lead on to big swimmers.
And, at every stage of your child’s swimming journey, they are awarded a Turtle Tots swimming badge along the way to celebrate!
What’s more, Turtle Tots give Bristol Mum readers a 10% discount off classes!
Here are some ways that Turtle Tots classes will benefit your baby:
Water safety: Letting your baby get used to and feel confident in water is an essential life skill. Turtle Tots actively encourage water safety by teaching baby to hold onto the side, how to get into the water safely and much more.
Physical: The NHS promote the importance of “keeping your baby active with playing and movement” and baby swimming does this by improving your baby’s cardiovascular system and building strength.
Social: Your child will benefit from the social aspects that Turtle Tots swimming classes provide and will enjoy interacting with other babies in a fun and happy social environment. Of course, you will also have the opportunity to socialise and make new friends!
Development: Turtle Tots classes are progressive and structured to ensure babies gradually build their swimming skills and gain lots of new experiences.
And, as well as teaching your little one to swim, Turtle Tots swimming classes are also a great way for you to spend some quality time with your little one!
A new term of Turtle Tots Bristol swimming classes for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers begins next week at pools all over Bristol and surrounding areas.