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What will my child learn?

ISR lessons will teach your child to become an aquatic problem solver

Babies who can sit independently and young toddlers - generally six months to 18 months old- learn to hold their breath underwater, roll onto their back to float, rest and breathe. They can maintain a floating position for a considerable amount of time. New walkers may also learn a short, age appropriate swim.

Older toddlers and children -generally 18 months of age and older- learn to hold their breath underwater, swim with their head down and eyes open, roll onto their back to float, rest and breathe, and roll back over to resume swimming until they reach the side of the pool and can crawl out.

ISR lessons are for EVERY child. Our 1:1 ratio and child-centered lessons allow us to successfully teach all children these life-saving skills. Our instructors have worked with students with disabilities, students with limb differences, students with a history of water anxiety and more. ISR's Registration Evaluation Team evaluates the medical and developmental history of every single student to ensure we can deliver the safest lessons to our students. 

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