Youad be hard pressed to find anyone more passionate about swimming than Joan and Peter Leonard, whoave spent most of their lives teaching others how to swim a especially children. This activity-filled guide includes original pictures of Leo the Sea Lion and his friends that can be colored as skills are mastered. Other activities and resources include: ac seven essential swimming skills and emphasis on safety, fun, and fitness; ac how-to descriptions of all strokes, numerous skills, and many water games; ac rhymes accompanying pictures; ac progress sheets to track accomplishments; ac diary to record swimming thoughts and memories; ac access to online video Whether youare a parent with youngsters, an adolescent seeking to improve skills and learn new ones, or an adult who never learned how to swim, this guide will help you or loved ones progress while being safe, having fun, and being active in the process. With the right attitude and practice, anyone can move forward and say with confidence, joy, and love of the water a aIad rather be swimming!aSmoothly make a long shallow dive. Under the water do dolphin kicks for the front crawl or butterfly until you surface. For the breaststroke, do a big pull-push arm stroke with both arms all the way back to your thighs as you also do one dolphinanbsp;...
|Title||:||I’d Rather Be Swimming!|
|Author||:||Joan and Peter Leonard|
|Publisher||:||Archway Publishing - 2015-01-07|