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National Learn to Swim Day in 2012

5 Things to Look Forward to this Spring

Things to Look Forward to this Spring

We understand that a lot of you may be feeling a little down in the dumps at the moment, especially our friends in New England. Hopefully we can cheer you up and remind you that March is only a few weeks away. Here are five things you should look forward to this spring.  Continue reading

Learn how to fold a SwimWays Spring Float

How to Fold a Spring Float

How to Fold and Store a Spring Float After Use

Let’s pretend that it’s not November and it’s a beautiful summer day. Today, you spent the afternoon relaxing in your pool on your favorite new floating lounger. Unfortunately it’s getting late and someone has to feed the dog, so you need to pack up the fun for the day.

So, how DO you fold a Spring Float? We’ll show you how. It can be a little tricky at first try but if you follow the three steps below you’ll be good to go! Before we begin, make sure you have rinsed your Spring Float with fresh, clean water and allowed it to fully dry. Continue reading

Shark Week Decoration - Battle Reef Shark

Shark Week Pool Party

by Tracy Kunzler

Delight Your “Chums” With a Jawsome Shark Week Pool Party!

The beginning of August marks the start of The Discovery Channel’s incredibly popular Shark Week, so why not invite your “chums” for a fun, shark-themed pool party to kick it all off? I’ve got a jawsome party plan that’s fun and easy enough for any host to sink his or her teeth into with something to appeal to shark bait – er, I mean guests – of all ages! Continue reading

pool noodle decorating

Use Your Noodle Decorating

by Tracy Kunzler

Spruce Up Your Next Party with Swim Noodle Decorating!

When it comes to poolside decorating, think outside the pool and use your noodle! You can find pool noodles at major retailers like Target for all your decorating needs. Here are a just a few ideas to get you started with noodle decorating:

Pool Noodle Garlands

Make festive garlands by slicing pool noodles and stringing the slices onto twine! Not only does this make a festive garland, but it can also serve as a colorful, floating divider to designate or mark off the deep end for less experienced swimmers.

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