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Aquatic Crafts Spring Round-Up

Posted on Apr 1, 2016 9:48:32 AM by Kayla in Swimming, in Crafts, in Games

This week's blog post is provided by Noelle from our Franklin, WI Swimtastic Swim School. Follow Swimtastic Swim School of Franklin on Facebook for more great ideas!

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Overcoming Fear of Water in Swim Lessons: "But There's an Octopus in the Pool!"

Posted on Mar 18, 2016 12:52:54 PM by Kayla in Swimming, in Sports, in safety, in Child Health

This week’s blog is contributed by Lauren, a professional swim instructor at our Lincoln, Nebraska Swimtastic Swim School.

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Summer Water Safety Tips

Posted on Feb 24, 2016 2:58:47 PM by Kayla in Swimming, in Travel, in safety, in Child Health

Now that summer is in full swing that means more time at the beach and pools! Whether your family has an exciting vacation planned, or simply day trips to the beach, water safety is highly important for swimmers of any age. Make sure your little ones are ready to hit the water, and educated on basic water safety tips.

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Preparing for Summer Vacation

Posted on Feb 12, 2016 1:36:23 PM by Kayla in Swimming, in Travel, in safety, in Child Health

This week's featured blog is provided by Michelle Posey, General Manager of Swimtastic Swim School in Waukesha, Wisconsin, and "Super Mom" of eight wonderful children.

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Helping Your Child Overcome Fear of Water

Posted on Jan 26, 2016 2:37:15 PM by Kayla in Swimming, in Sports, in Fears, in safety, in Child Health

While learning how to swim is an important skill, especially for young children, it can often prove to be more difficult for some individuals. Fear can delay or altogether prevent children from learning this life-saving skill, in addition to causing further stress and anxiety if not handled properly. At Swimtastic, we understand how fragile the experience of learning to swim can be to some children. Acknowledging that each child is an individual with different emotional needs, we cater each lesson to helping every student advance and overcome their fears at their own pace.

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