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01 Nov

Drowning Knows No Season

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When the leaves start to turn from brilliant green to blazing reds and burnt orange hues, most think of hunkering down with a warm drink by the fire. While hanging out poolside and in the water may not be the first thing on our minds as the temperature drops, it’s important that our children’s swim
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11 Sep

Year-Round Swimming Lessons Make A Difference for Your Child

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Well-meaning parents operate with the best intentions, and when it comes to swimming lessons, many parents are intentional in signing their kids up for lessons during the spring and summer months in preparation for the many fun-filled days they plan on spending by the pool. But what about what many consider the “off-season?” Are swimming
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14 Aug

5 Reasons to Take Year-Round Swimming Lessons in Katy

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When the warm weather hits, swimming lessons in Katy are at the top of every parent’s list. After all, swim lessons are a great way to keep a child physically active while still encouraging youngsters to learn valuable life-saving skills. Unfortunately, families have the tendency to cool off from swim lessons when the weather wanes
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22 Jul

Three Reasons to Enroll Your Child in Survival Swim Lessons

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Gone are the days when it was thought kids should be in preschool before they learn how to swim. As we now know (and as the American Academy of Pediatrics now openly acknowledges), children as young as one year of age should be taking survival swim lessons. A parent’s knee-jerk reaction to this is fear.
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02 Jul

Survival Swim Lessons Reduces Drowning Risk

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As temperatures begin to soar, school comes to an end and the workday is over, we all have one thing on our minds: Let’s get in the water! Whether it’s hanging out in the pool, the lake, the ocean or even heading out on a motorboat, we all love cooling off by spending time in
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New AAP Guidelines Recommend Swim Lessons for Infants & Toddlers

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For the past several years, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has recommended that children start swimming lessons when they reach the age of 4. Depending on who you ask, it was thought that children who are 4 and older had both the mental and physical ability to follow directions and learn how to swim
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12 Jul

10 Lifesaving Water Safety Tips

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The pool can be one of your child’s favorite places and the perfect summertime spot for fun and bonding. While they are a fantastic way to escape the heat and enjoy sunny days together, pools can also be extremely dangerous. We at Texas Swim Academy love the water and encourage every child to spend as
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18 May

The Importance of Practicing Drowning Prevention All Year Long

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May is National Water Safety Month, which means that community centers and online forums are offering resources and fun activities to encourage your children to always be safe in the water. With summer swim team season approaching, it’s a great time to go over the importance of water safety with your children. However, water safety
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02 May

Kids Safety Educational Resources

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  With summer just around the corner, it’s nearly every kid’s favorite time of the year: swim team season. Since your children are likely to be spending even more time in the water than usual, it’s imperative you reinforce water safety rules as often as possible. Any swim lesson will be sure to include water
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09 Dec

The Advantages of Swimming Not Limited by Ability

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When the average person considers the ability to swim, they might not think of it as unique or special. But, for those who have physical or mental disabilities, swimming is a leisure activity that breaks through many of the boundaries that have been set by life.
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