Best Age to Start your Baby Swimming School - Definitive Guide (2018)


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Are you curious about the best age to start your baby swimming?

Last updated: April 10, 2018

Pengu Swim School and our experienced team offer baby swimming lessons that start as young as four months old. Read ahead to learn 10 reasons why you should start your baby swimming at an early age!

  • Baby lessons offer an opportunity for socialization for babies and parents alike!
  • Swimming is a pleasant activity that encompasses the whole body. Your baby will engage in an exercise that will increase muscle, heart, and lung development.
  • When your baby enjoys the water, you get to as well!
  • Swimming is something for the entire family. Picture a future of family vacations at the beach!
  • Swimming enhances brain development.
  • Water is natural for a baby. The sooner you introduce your baby to water after birth, the easier it is for them to enjoy and fully appreciate being in and around water.
  • The water provides an excellent opportunity for bonding. As a parent, you know the importance of touch and skin to skin interaction.
  • Increased safety around water.
  • When babies exercise, they sleep better!
  • Sadly, drowning deaths are not uncommon in the state of Texas. In fact, drowning is a leading cause of unintentional death for children.

Pengu News / By Pengu Swim School