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Use Games and Play To Teach A Child To Swim - Why Going Underwater Is A Gradual Process - Last Weeks Offer Is STILL ON!

Published about 2 months ago • 2 min read

'Teach Your Child To Swim Through Games and Play' uses the power of play to teach swimming. My very popular book for parents is being downloaded every day. Have you got your copy yet? Also, this week, why is going underwater a gradual process? Oh, and last week's offer is STILL ON. Get it before it ends!

Hi, Mark here. I hope you've had a great week.

Be one step ahead of everyone by using the power of play to teach your children basic swimming skills. Teaching them to swim could not be easier! Click here for a quick preview and the full index of games.

Using games and play to teach a child how to swim will not only open their mind to imagination and engagement, but it will help to distract them from the fears and anxieties often associated with the new sensations of being in the water and the expectations that come with learning how to swim.

Discover 60 games that use little or no equipment and that cover all of the essential basics of learning to swim, including breathing, floating, submerging, gliding, kicking and pulling. Explore games and activities that teach them all. Click here for more details, or click the button below.

Learning to submerge underwater - step-by-step

Submerging underwater is a vital stage in learning to swim and boosting confidence. It can also be a huge source of anxiety and fear in beginners. Let's break it down into stages that make it easier to teach and learn.

The ability to submerge the face is arguably one of the most important stages when learning to swim, particularly when overcoming a fear of water. Some beginners arrive with this ability built-in and only need to be taught a breathing technique. It will be one of the most terrifying tasks for others.

Stage 1: Getting the face wet

Stage 2: Partially submerging the face

Stage 3: Total Submersion and Swimming Underwater

Click here for the full article on learning to go underwater.

Last Week's Offer Is STILL ON. Grab it before it ends!

101 Swimming Lesson Plans has become my most popular download, overtaking all of my previous ebooks - and the feedback has been fantastic! Thank you. I figured that the 82 basic drills that are part of my How To Be A Swimming Teacher book would be a useful addition so, for a limited time, I am selling it for only $15 when you buy 101 Swimming Lesson Plans.


If ever there were two books that complement each other, it's these! Grab your copies today. Simply click here or the button below, Add To Cart, Checkout, and then select Yes for the special offer. Then, sit back and enjoy your planning being done for you.

That's it for this week. Stay focused, stay in touch and stay safe.

Happy swimming!

Cheers

Mark

Swim Teach

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Hi! I'm Mark, creator of Swim Teach

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