Designed for babies and toddlers requiring a parent’s presence in the water during the class.
6 months to 30 months of age or until the child is ready to be by themselves without parent assistance.
A parent and tot swim class is a great entry point for infants and toddlers who still require their caregiver to be in the water with them as well as those who already have minor swimming abilities. Primarily designed for children between the ages of 6 and 36 months, tots swimming lessons can be taken until your swimmer develops the confidence, skills, and endurance to be in the pool independently with only an instructor. Until that point, though, toddler and infant swim lessons require a caregiver in the pool at all times. Sometimes called mommy and me swim classes, any caregiver or guardian is welcome at Aquastream.
Toddler and infant swim classes are where children begin the swimming journey. Developed for swimmers and their caregivers across all ages, you’ll find newborns swimming, infants, and toddlers older than 3 years of age. Our Lifesaving Society instructors are exceptionally skilled at creating engaging and informative classes, where caregivers learn to safely hold and handle their children in the water and tots learn basic skills. Infant swimming begins with floating, water buoyancy, and kicking. As a child progresses in their lessons and swimming skills, our instructors determine when they are ready for the gradual move toward more advanced skills such as safe water entries and exits and swimming between the guardian and the instructor.