At Aquatics Academy, we are your go to place for swimming classes for kids in Toronto. Are you trying to find the right swim school for your child to learn how to swim? Is your child an experienced swimmer and looking to take it up a notch? Whatever age or level your children may be at, we can help you. We have lessons for both beginners and advanced swimmers. Everyone in your family can develop or enhance their swimming skills at Aquatics Academy.
Swimming lesson pricing can range from city-run to private swim schools. Each may offer different types of classes and packages that vary by length of the class, the number of kids in the class, and the associated costs. Since it can be challenging to compare between all of these options, it's best to think about what your ideal goals are for swimming classes for kids in Toronto. Costs normally vary depending on how many kids are in your class. If you are looking for 1-2 kids in your class, this is considered a private session. The semi-private option has 3-5 kids and the group class can vary between 6-10 students. Contact Aquatics Academy at 647.350.SWIM and one of our team members will listen to your needs and will place your child in the right group for them.
With our beginner swimmers, we hone in on the basic skills required to feel calm around the water, and when swimming in the pool. Our instructors firstly focus on floating skills, with the ultimate goal of having your child floating without any assistance. Secondly, the focus is on water safety and precautions, to ensure your child is comfortable and confident in the pool. Lastly, your beginner swimmer will learn essential stroke skills and critical breathing techniques that they will always use while in the pool.
Both intermediate and advanced lessons focus on kids who are comfortable and confident while swimming, and now want to improve their swimming strokes, and efficiency in the pool. They will further their self confidence by swimming in the deep end, while improving their fitness levels overall. The swim strokes that we primarily focus on are; back and front crawl, breaststroke, backstroke, and treading water. For the more advanced, the butterfly stroke is introduced and practiced.
The best swim lesson length varies on how old your child is and what their learning style is. For children 6-18 months, the length is about 30 minutes. If your child is 3-5 years old, the time of the lesson is normally 30-45 minutes. If your child is between the age of 6-9 years old, the swim lesson is 45 minutes to 1 hour.
Normally an advanced swimmer is one that has a solid swimming foundation and is able to perform all of their swim strokes at a strong level. Advanced swimmers focus more on speed, endurance and technique. Our more advanced swimming classes for kids in Toronto normally start at age 9+ and will give them the opportunity to refine their stroke technique, improve their stamina and develop more competitive swimming technique.
This question is a popular one at Aquatics Academy. A more important one is firstly, how long before my child will learn the most important water safety skills that are necessary to save themselves from drowning? There is no one true answer for either of these questions because every child is different; however there are some approximate answers depending on how old your children are; Babies (6-18 months) take about a year and a half to two years to learn how to be safe in the water. Kids that are between 18 months and 3 years old normally take about a year. Children older than three; with no previous swim experience will take about 6 months to feel safe and secure in the water.
The best advice we can give is to have your kids start learning how to swim as young as possible. The sooner they begin, the sooner they will feel safe and ready to learn their swim strokes and technique. The most important factors to consider of how long it takes to learn how to swim is; the frequency and consistency of the lessons, their fear of water, their natural abilities and current motor skills and if they are enrolled in group or private swimming lessons.
According to pediatric research, it depends on the child’s swimming abilities that would determine when they could swim alone. The age is normally about 12, and relies on their swimming competency, who else is present in the pool, and if they are swimming in a pool or open water. It is always advised to swim in small groups to support one another in case of an emergency.
At Aquatics Academy, we strongly believe that swimming for your child is a lifelong activity and part of a healthy lifestyle. We are excited and open to have you join us for swimming classes for kids in Toronto. Get in touch with us here: https://www.aquaticsacademy.ca/contact/
Are you still looking for a great camp for the little ones? Did you think you were too late to find a spot in a fantastic camp? Great news, we have limited spaces available for our Aquatics Academy Summer Swim Camp 2019. Imagine your kids having summer filled days with a minimum of 2 hours each day in our salt water pool. 1 hour every day of Red Cross instructional swim lessons. Plus we offer indoor sports, activities and Pizza Lunch every Friday. Your children will make friends, have fun and will focus on their swimming skills in a safe and enjoyable enviroment. Call the office to speak to a staff member at (647) 350-7946 or email email@example.com . Camp daily from 9:00am - 4:00pm. Aftercare available until 5:00pm for an additional charge. Swim Camp is only available at our Champagne Centre pool.
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