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From Pools to Playtime: How to Pick the Right Baby Swim Class

From Pools to Playtime: How to Pick the Right Baby Swim Class

Swimming isn’t only an important life skill; it’s also an incredibly fun activity that supports physical development and coordination in babies! Introducing them to swimming lessons from an early age can encourage your little one to feel more comfortable in the water and create a stronger bond between you and your baby. But with the vast array of baby swimming classes in Singapore, it can be tricky to find the right one. Luckily, we have some tips to help you make the decision easier. Here’s how to choose the perfect baby swim class for your little one!

1. Age-appropriate classes

No two babies are the same, and neither are two baby swim classes! You should look for a class that matches your baby’s age and development stage so they feel comfortable and safe during each session. This will help them build a lasting love of swimming.

2. Class size

The size of the class can influence your little one’s experience. If they require more attention, then a smaller-sized class with personalised instruction may be better. But if they’re more socially active, then larger classes with more people would be ideal. Make sure you take into account their personality and needs before enrolling!

3. Instructor qualifications

It’s essential to ensure your baby’s instructor is qualified, certified, and experienced in teaching young children, as well as being patient, compassionate, and flexible enough to cater to individual needs. That way, you know your little one is in good hands during their swim lesson!

4. Water temperature

Babies are sensitive to temperature changes, so it’s important that their swimming class maintains a steady temperature between 32-34°C. This way, they’ll stay relaxed throughout the lesson and not get too cold!

5. Class structure

Different swim classes offer various structures — either playtime or structured lessons — so it’s essential to think about which would suit your child best based on their age and level of development. Some even offer a combination of both playtime and structured lessons for the best of both worlds!

6. Parental participation

Most swim classes will require parental involvement but at different levels, from being close to them in the water during every session or sitting on the sidelines as an observer. So, decide what level of interaction you feel comfortable with before enrolling. Do you want to dive in with your little one or observe from a distance? The choice is yours!

Conclusion

Choosing the right swim class can be a fun experience for both you and your little one, and it can also strengthen the bond between you both in and around the water — something that will benefit them for life!

At Inspire Mum & Baby, our specially designed classes are the perfect way to build trust, confidence, and safety in and around the water. You and your baby will enjoy the benefits of skill-building and pure enjoyment, all while being immersed in a relaxing and warm indoor heated salt pool. Contact us today to learn more about our classes!

We are available to take private 1-1 swim class bookings at your outdoor pools. Interested?
Contact us via WhatsApp at 92341866
Stay tuned for the next article on the Benefits of Group Swim Classes.

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