Baby 2 (15-36 months old)
15 - 36 month old
6 class size


Baby 1

Baby 2 (15-36 months old)

The Baby 2 level focuses on continued water acclimation and safety as well as parental independence. This level builds upon skills attained in the Baby 1 level and incorporates more Toddler level activities to prepare the swimmer for Toddler classes. 

The swimmer will practice a variety of skills using repetition, songs, and other playful activities such as Red Rovers (introduction to underwater swimming). This level also focuses on teaching babies how to be safe around bodies of water outside of their swim lessons. Once the swimmer has attained all the skills for this level, they will be ready for the Toddler level. 

Why Baby Swimming Classes are Important?

Infants and children under the age of four are most vulnerable to accidental drowning. The horrible number of baby drowning accidents has motivated Pengu Swim School to help children with the help of a certified swim coach to learn this crucial survival skill.

Statistically, children with baby swimming lessons are at an 80% lower risk of accidental drowning than children without water safety skills. Thereby, professionals recommend baby swimming classes under the supervision of certified and experienced instructors. Pengu Swim School is motivated to conduct safe and skilled baby swimming classes in Texas.

Our baby swimming classes center around the baby and parents in the pool at the same time. Therefore, your child remains at ease and comfort while learning critical water safety skills. Our swimming lessons are aimed to train and excel children from their initial splash onto advanced swimming skills. To detail our baby swimming classes in Texas, we have modulated different learning levels.

At the end of our final scale, your child will be able to float, swim, kick, and fall into the water with ease.

We teach all lessons under the strict and generous supervision of most experienced trainers and fun & educating environment.

Why Learning Swimming Skills is Essential for Babies?

Accidental drowning is the top cause of childhood death in the USA. Children from age groups 1 to 4 are most vulnerable to unintentional drowning; the threat level goes even higher for homes with private swimming pools.

Baby swimming classes help infants and children learn this crucial skill of water safety, which goes a long way in their lives.


Six child limit per class/30 min. classes