Introduction to swimming. The focus will be on motor skills appropriate for swimming
Face in the Water / Blowing Bubbles
Jumping Into the Pool
Back Float and Front Float
Swim 35-40 feet of Freestyle IndependentlyFind a Class
Children should be able to swim beginner’s freestyle 35 feet alone with independent breathing.
Increase Swim Distance to 70 feet
Freestyle with Rotary Breathing
Learning Breastroke KickFind a Class
This level is for swimmers who can swim freestyle, backstroke, and breast stroke for 25 yards.
Increase Swim Distance to 50 Yards
Streamline to Begin Strokes
Learning ButterflyFind a Class
The second level is for children who are already comfortable and confident in and under the water.
Swim 35 feet of Freestyle and Backstroke
Beginner's Backstroke with Arms Out of the Water
Arm RecoveryFind a Class
This level is for children who can swim freestyle with rotary breathing and backstroke with out of water arm recovery for 20 yards.
Perfecting the Freestyle
Perfecting the Backstroke
Learning the Breastroke (putting both arm and leg coordination togetherFind a Class
The second level of preteam is for children that know all four of the competitive strokes
Building Endurance Will Be StressedFind a Class