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question: I want my baby to always be safe and comfortable in water. She's 6 months old, and some people say now is the time to start swimming lessons for her so she won't be afraid. Is this a good idea?
answer: Being safe and comfortable in water is important for your daughter's entire life -- but we don't think swimming lessons are appropriate for her now.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says that kids aren't developmentally ready for swimming lessons until they're about 4 years old.
They may be able to perform "dog paddle" swimming motions at about 12 months, but they don't have the cognitive skills to deal with water-related risks, and what they learn in swimming lessons may not translate to other high-risk situations. Too-early lessons may make both parent and child overconfident about the child's ability to stay safe.Full Story:Parenting: Don't rush swimming lessons for kids under 4
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