Finding positive ways to spend parent/child time together, maybe as a family, is important, as is engaging in activities that include everyone. Water sports, exercising, developing trust as you teach them new skills, enjoying water-based activities can provide enjoyable family time.
As children get older, being able to swim can add an extra dimension to family holidays. Swimming in Toronto is a sociable and relatively inexpensive form of exercise for children. Children learn many new and totally different techniques from swimming lessons.
Being able to swim means the freedom to go to the local pool, lido or country club with their friends, join in and happily spend hours of free time, weekends and school holidays together, developing good friendships and relationships.
Swimming is a great form of exercise; many people recommend it because the water supports the body's weight while it is being exercised. Finding positive ways to exercise is an important consideration when educating young people about the benefits of a healthy diet, better health, and exercise.
Teaching children to swim helps them to learn a skill that can be readily incorporated into their lives, hopefully, done regularly and with enthusiasm. And swimming is something that can be continued throughout one's life; age is no real barrier.