Steps to Swimming Success - Step 1

Steps to Swimming Success – Step 1

Learn to Swim Videos

In April we had a blast filming three new videos for our Swim Steps line of products called “Steps to Swimming Success” at Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation’s Williams Farm location. Each video covers a different step of the learn to swim process and features the voice of former U.S. Coast Guard rescue swimmer and water safety expert, Mario Vittone. Let’s take a look at Swim Step 1 – Water Introduction.  Continue reading

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Tips for Your Child’s First Time in the Water

We hope you had an awesome weekend and celebrated National Learn to Swim Day with your family and friends! Memorial Day is coming up and that means outdoor pools across the U.S. will begin to open for summer. Are you prepared for your child’s first time in the water? If you’re looking for tips, click here to read 5 Tips for Your Child’s First Time in the Water on AltDaily.

Dad and baby in the water

5 Ways to Celebrate National Learn to Swim Day

National Learn to Swim Day will be celebrated this year during National Water Safety Month on Saturday, May 16. Founded by Swimways in 2012, National Learn to Swim Day is held on the third Saturday of May each year and provides an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of water safety and teaching children to swim as pools open across the U.S. for summer. Did you know that from 2010-13 drowning was the leading cause of unintentional injury death in the U.S. for children ages 1-4? Let’s help solve this problem by raising the awareness of this life-changing movement. Here are five ways you can celebrate and help: Continue reading

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Fourth Annual National Learn to Swim Day is May 16

Annual Event Provides the Perfect Opportunity to Raise Awareness About the Importance of Teaching Children to Swim

Held on the third Saturday of May each year, National Learn to Swim Day falls on May 16 this year. We founded this learn to swim awareness event in 2012 after learning that drowning is the second-leading cause of unintentional injury-related death for children ages one to 14. We also discovered that from 2010-13 drowning was actually the leading cause of unintentional injury death in the U.S. for children ages 1-4Continue reading