We believe it's important that everyone should have the skills and knowledge necessary to stay safe in, on, and around the water. We also know that everyone learns differently. There are primarily three different types of learners:
To support our communities, families, and swimmers, we've come up with a list of activities that can support different learners in all learning one important lifesaving topic...Water Safety!
Different Activities To Teach Kids About Water Safety
Read stories about water safety and swimming. Both fiction and non-fiction texts are great. Check out our book list here.
Show A Photo of Earth and have a discussion:
Come up with a list of fun activities you can do on the water. Identify water-smart tips that someone may need to know when participating in those activities.
Go on an adventure to a local pool, waterpark, lake, river, stream, ocean. Show them the differences between the way the water moves, posted signs that should be read, and safe places to swim.
Sign your little one up for swim lessons!
Have some other creative ways you've taught your swimmer about water safety? Help other families by sharing them in the comments below!
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