Swimming - Think smart development programs

Class duration: 1 Hour

Max 10 students / class

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Course Objectives

  • Listen Effectively
  • Respond Appropriately
  • Read Body Language
  • Ask Questions to Clarify
  • Seek Common Ground
  • Understand the brain areas functions
  • Direct the flow of energy and information consciously

Swim levels description

Swim Kid 

Swimming lessons for children who are swimming for their first time or less than 10 feet independently. Introduces floating and beginner swim skills in a relaxed environment at the child’s own emotional and developmental level.

Swimtastc Swim Kid

Swim lessons for children who are already swimming at least 10 feet. Introduces side breathing, backstroke skills and encourages greater swimming distances.

Swim Child

Swim class for children who are already swimming at least 25 feet using breathing techniques. Practices more advanced stroke techniques and water safety skills.

Swimtastic Swim Child

Swim lessons for children who are already swimming at least 100 feet. Refines technique and introduces more advanced strokes while developing endurance.


Swimming lessons that perfect’s the swimmer’s strokes and refines the butterfly, breaststroke, and sidestroke.

Swimtastic Swimmer

Swimming lessons for the swimming student designed to achieve maximum swimming performance and enhance endurance.

Why join play to think smart swimming program?

According to the National Safe Kids Campaign, drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury-related death among children ages one through 14. It is absolutely crucial that all kids know how to swim at a young age. There is water all around us, even if it’s as small as a bathtub. Making sure that your child is comfortable in and around water is essential to their safety.

Swimming is obviously low-impact, as it’s performed in water. According to Bucknell University, the body is 90 percent buoyant when in the water up to your neck, so you’re not hitting the ground with the weight you carry on land. Swimming is the ideal sport for the well-being of one’s body in the long-run.

Like any sport, the team atmosphere is the greatest aspect. Teammates help you get through the hardest times because your friends on the team endure the same hard work that you do every day. From this shared experience, swimmers learn to support their teammates, which creates a positive atmosphere. This is a skill that can be carried through life into the workplace and beyond.

Time management has been one of the most valuable skills I’ve attained over the past years of competitive swimming. I have learned how to take the little free time I have to get what needs to be completed on time.

This is a skill that swimmers will hold for the rest of their lives. Being able to divide and manage one’s time, to prioritize what needs to be done first, second, and last is an invaluable talent that is gained through competitive swimming.

The sport involves moving multiple muscle groups in a high-intensity, cardio workout. All four strokes involve working different muscle groups. Often times, children take up swimming for weight loss. It burns calories quickly and is easier for overweight people to pick up because it’s low-impact. According to Bucknell, swimming offers 12 to 14 percent more resistance training than life on land- offering an exceptionally challenging workout.

Aside from weight loss, introducing your child to swimming early on will promote a healthy life. Once he or she learns to swim, they may hop in a pool at any point in their life to get a low-risk, high-intensity workout.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, swimming can help with chronic diseases and mental health. Water-based exercising like swimming improves the use of joints affected by arthritis.

If your child knows how to swim at a young age, this skill is forever with them. In their later years, their longevity and quality of life will be enhanced by swimming. Science says that water exercising helps to decrease disability and aids in the quality of life in older adults. Since swimming is a low-impact sport, this makes it a safe option for older adults, rather than risking a fall while biking or running. Swimming feels good on joints and boosts one’s mood at the same time.

By joining our think smart swimming program children will learn the lifelong skills of personal responsibility, time management, perseverance, dedication, and the resilience that extends past the boundaries of the pool deck and into the home, classroom, and office. Children who swim are more likely to be healthy, have positive self-esteem and make friends. They are apt to excel in school, at work and in life.


  • Swim goggles
  • Swim cap
  • Towel
  • Flipflops


  • Water bottle
  • Shower gel
  • Hairbrush
  • Body lotion