4 Tips To Motivate Young Swimmers


Swimming is one of the most useful and lifesaving skills that you can teach your
child. At B&C Aquatics, we know how important it is to keep your child’s motivation
levels high as they are learning how to swim. Here are some ways to do this so that
your child can have the most effective and progressive learning experience possible.
Swim All Year
Swimming all year is extremely motivating for children. This allows them to stay
focused on the learning process instead of being distracted by lengthy seasonal
breaks. Allowing your child to swim year round will also keep them accustomed to
the pool and swimming lesson routine.
Practice Regularly
Practicing regularly is an element that comes with allowing your children to swim
all year however, it can also be practiced at home. If you have other ways to get your
child to practice swimming such as an at home pool, routine trips to the community
pool, vacation pools, etc, get into the water with your child and encourage them to
practice what they have been learning in classes.

Set Goals
Encourage your child to dream big and work hard to reach those dreams. Showing
your child that you care about their education in this way is extremely motivating
for them, as they will make it their goal to make you proud. Work together to set
goals, find opportunities to work towards them, and succeed.
Never Give Up
Regardless of your child’s progress levels, always demonstrate that you are proud of
them. Being positive and encouraging will help your child to never give up on the
goals that you’ve set together.
Your child can learn how to swim by taking lessons with us at B&C Aquatics. To sign
your child up for swim lessons, call us today at 905.420.4141 or email us at