For Kids
No ChildShould MissOut learningthe SwimSafety Tips...
www.buckleraquatics.com
Keep Fingers Together on The Freestyle Arm StrokeKeep Fingers Together on The Freestyle Arm StrokeSwim Only When a Lifegua...
The dangers of water include: • Very cold temperatures • Hidden currents • It can be deep • It is difficult to estimate de...
 Never leave children unattended, not even if they can swim,not even for a few moments. Use a buddy system and maintain ...
Teaching your child to swim and encouraging him to swim regularly can havesignificant benefits for both his health and saf...
We can make our Child Enjoy the Water World….FunExcitementSafetyLearningwww.buckleraquatics.com
Contact: 416-499-0151Buckler Aquatics562 McNicoll Avenue, North York OntarioVisit - www.buckleraquatics.com
Swimming Pool Safety Tips for your Child
Swimming Pool Safety Tips for your Child
Swimming Pool Safety Tips for your Child
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Buckler Aquatics North York, Toronto training centre shares pool safety tips for children to help them swim safely with confidence.
Parents & swimming trainers need to aware kids with basic safety measures in water sports to reduce frowning chances.

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Swimming Pool Safety Tips for your Child

  1. 1. For Kids
  2. 2. No ChildShould MissOut learningthe SwimSafety Tips...
  3. 3. www.buckleraquatics.com
  4. 4. Keep Fingers Together on The Freestyle Arm StrokeKeep Fingers Together on The Freestyle Arm StrokeSwim Only When a Lifeguard Is On DutySwim Only When a Lifeguard Is On DutyNever let your Kid Swim Alone during initial training periodNever let your Kid Swim Alone during initial training periodwww.buckleraquatics.com
  5. 5. The dangers of water include: • Very cold temperatures • Hidden currents • It can be deep • It is difficult to estimate depth There may be hidden rubbish like shopping trolleys or broken glass • It can be difficult to get out (steep slimy banks) • No lifeguards • Water pollution may make you illwww.buckleraquatics.com
  6. 6.  Never leave children unattended, not even if they can swim,not even for a few moments. Use a buddy system and maintain eye contact. Keep pool area locked and secure when not in use. Swim only in supervised and approved areas Keep rescue equipment near the pool. Enroll children in swim lessons. Enforce water safety rules. Especially no running,pushing or dunking. Take all toys out of the pool when not in use so that childrenwill not be tempted to go in after them. Learn CPR and other water rescue techniques. Never falsely claim to need help in the water.
  7. 7. Teaching your child to swim and encouraging him to swim regularly can havesignificant benefits for both his health and safety.Swimming provides a more effective workout than some other activitiesTake your kids to indoor pools in the colder months to promote an activelifestyle all year long.Especially on a hot day, swimming is a way tokeep cool while encouraging a healthy level ofphysical and social activity.Swimming is a way to prevent childhood obesity.
  8. 8. We can make our Child Enjoy the Water World….FunExcitementSafetyLearningwww.buckleraquatics.com
  9. 9. Contact: 416-499-0151Buckler Aquatics562 McNicoll Avenue, North York OntarioVisit - www.buckleraquatics.com

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