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Weather is hot, schools are holiday. What to do? Of course, SWIMMING.
If you can't go on holiday, don't worry because many cities now have facilities for swimming pools. You can take advantage of these facilities, you can have pleasant moments with your child.
Swimming is an excellent activity for you and your child. In addition, this activity is not much different from returning to the womb for the baby who has been in the womb for 9 months before being born. In addition, the correct swimming training at an early age prevents children from fear of water and enables them to learn this activity easily.
Research shows that a child who is introduced to swimming and accustomed to swimming at an early age will feel positive effects both physically and spiritually in the future.
What should you do to teach your child swimming?
Take your precaution first!
Check if your child has any discomfort. Please do not take your child to the pool if you have any of the following problems.
• Difficulty breathing
• All types of infections
• Loss of appetite
• Vomiting and nausea without a specific cause
• Any type of skin irritation or eczema
• Diarrhea or diarrhea of any kind
• Open wound or ear infection of any type
What can you do?
• Have one of your child's favorite water-resistant toys with you, so your child will feel a little safe.
• Encourage your child. If she likes water, show other movements, such as sticking her head out of the water and moving side by side.
• Make sure that your child's shoulders remain in the water, otherwise their shoulders will soon become cold.
• Avoid excessive protection.
• Your child's crying may not always mean he wants to get out of the water immediately. If you take it out of the water right away, it can identify water crying. Try to find the cause of the tears, try to calm down before leaving the water.
• Keep your first experiment short.
• Do not try to swim in very crowded places, as children may feel uncomfortable and afraid of noise in crowded environments.
Source: Çoluk Children's Magazine, Let's Swim. 2003/29
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