Have you decided your child needs to learn to swim?
As someone who has taught swimming for the past 15 years, I can honestly tell you that your doing your child a huge service by enrolling them in lessons. Regardless of the format of the lesson, there are many invaluable benefits of swim lessons in ways I have covered in a different blog titled Top 3 reasons for enrolling your child in swimming lessons, check it out! Good job parents. Now, where do I enroll them? I will discuss the differences that I have encountered below as well as remind you that whichever path you choose, enrolling your child in swim lessons is the definite answer!
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You pick the schedule based on your needs. Instructors come to you.
|Schedule of lessons are available for you to choose which works with your schedule. You drive to the pool.|
Individualized to your child’s skill level. Lesson is fully catered towards one child.
|Group centered around learning skills; not much one-on-one individualized attention to ensure skills are performed correctly.|
Each lesson progresses as your child progresses. Skills are more likely to be completed quicker than rec. group lessons.
|In each group package, the child completes the lesson whether they have successfully learned a skill. Some children may be too advanced where as others may hold up skill development. Make sure your child is in the appropriate lesson for the age and ability.|
In home private lessons begin at either $30 or $40 each depending on if you have a 2nd child participating.
|Recreational group lessons differ in price according to each facility. Check your nearest rec. facility and or city pool for availability and pricing.|
|5.Flexibility/ Socialization with peers||
Utmost flexibility to add more lessons. Little to no distractions. Socialization is limited to the instructor and child for complete focus.
|Once your in a group lesson, you will need to finish that package. There may be distractions from other children and parents. Your child will be able to socialize with their peers.|
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