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Reasons To Sign Your Kids Up For Swim Lessons

School will be coming to an end soon - and that means your busy schedule of activities will be dwindling down. Summer is a time of freedom and doing whatever you and the kids want, but taking time out of your week for swim lessons at Worden Aquatics is key. Swim lessons actually present a few benefits for you and the kids. Below are reason to sign your kids up for swimming lessons this Summer.

1. There is more time to practice new skills outdoors. Your family will probably take a trip to the lake, beach or a pool this summer. While you are outdoors enjoying the sun and fun, your kids will be able to practice and improve upon those skills that are taught at Worden Aquatics. We all know that practice make better (not perfect because you can always improve). And repetition is key when leaning any new skill.

2. You can feed upon their natural desire to get in the water: In the Summer, kids are itching to get into the water. Even if your kids are too scared to go in, only dipping their toes in and splashing their feet, they still want to be in the water. So why not feed on their desire and enthusiasm and enroll them into swim lessons? Even if your children “know” how to swim, they will benefit from learning how to swim at Worden Aquatics. Our instructors are compassionate while teaching children how to swim correctly. We are here to help your kids be the best they can be!

3. If helps keep kids safe around the water: Drowning is a very real concern year-round but especially in the Summer. The swim skills that your children learn will provide lifelong, life-saving skills that every child should know. At Worden Aquatics, we first focus on safety as well stroke technique.

4. Keep on progressing: If your children are already enrolled in swim lessons at Worden Aquatics, don’t take a break in the Summer. Have fun, keep on progressing and learning new swim skills - and practice them outdoors all summer long.

Call us or visit our website at 615-241-1179 or www.wordenaquatics.com

Kaitlyn with two of our swimmers


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