Welcome to the pool! During swim lessons, children develop safe pool behavior, adjust to the water and become more independent with their movement while swimming. New swimmers have been learning the basic paddle stroke and kicking skills, pool safety and comfort in holding their faces in the water while blowing bubbles and swimming. Children who are more comfortable in the water are working on their flutter kicks, improving their stroke skills, building endurance by floating on their front and back and learning to tread water. Enjoy some pictures below of our oldest campers swimming.
As we're finishing up our first session here at SummerSault, we are remembering all of the fun (and super busy!) days the campers have had so far. Our camp counselors work tirelessly to ensure that the campers have time to create, play, learn new things and make new friends. Enjoy some photographs below to show just some of the highlights!
Bunnies getting ready to swim
Lions on Pajama Day
Puppies painting jellyfish
Pandas hiding in a parachute during sports class