• Baby Bonding 101: Your Baby Benefits from Swimming Lessons…on a Deeper Level

    We're parents, so we're busy. All the time. It's easy to have five other things going on while we are spending time with our little ones (dinner needs to get made, groceries retrieved, softball practice starts in 30 minutes…you know how it is). That's where enrolling your baby in swimming lessons provides even more benefits: It provides you scheduled time where it's just you and your baby, bonding.

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  • From Baby Pool to Big Pool: Why You Should Start Your Child Swimming Before Age 3

    Swimming is a lifesaving skill that every child should have (especially when their parents don't know how to swim) – but when exactly is the best time to learn? Signing up your child for swimming lessons well before age 3 gives you both a GOLDEN experience and provides even more benefits than simply learning a lifelong skill!  Sure, it can be easy to dismiss these lessons because after all, the children are babies an

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  • 5 Ways to Get Your Baby Ready for Swim Lessons

    As a parent, we know it’s important to teach your children the life skill of swimming. But we also know it can be challenging to find the time to make lessons happen. However, if you invest in weekly lessons, you are bound to see extraordinary results. And the best part? By incorporating a few things into your daily (or weekly) routine, you can get your baby ready for swimming lessons!

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  • 5 Gifts of Experience for Kids

    This year, give kids something they want – and something they’ll love – by giving them the gift of experiences!

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  • What to Expect at Your First Mini Level Swimming Lesson

    It’s time to celebrate: You’ve signed up your little guppy for Mini-level swimming lessons at Goldfish Swim School! But what happens when you walk in for your first class? Never fear, our swimming experts are here!

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  • Why Teaching Water Safety Helps Kids to be Better Swimmers

    At Goldfish Swim School, our goal is to make sure kids (and their families) have a GOLDEN experience each week. Part of that is by teaching water safety.

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