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What do I do if my toddler doesn't like swimming and water play?

Although water play is a really great way for your toddler to build co-ordination and become comfortable with his body, it is very important to only introduce him to water play when he is good and ready. There are some children who really love to put their heads under water, while others find this somewhat traumatic. Some children become really boisterous in the water, splashing around and becoming very excited, while there are others who simply like to paddle quietly.

Suggesting to your toddler to “move their flippers and wiggle their tail,” just like a dolphin would do, has helped many toddlers to move through the water. However, if your toddler is still reluctant, then leave him be until he is ready.
As safety is a key factor here, it is vital that you stay with your toddler at all times while he or she is in the water, until you are comfortable that they can swim properly, usually from the age of about four. For peace of mind, and to speed things up a bit, it is a good idea to enrol your toddler in swimming classes.

Water wings, safety vests, and blow-up tubes are a great way to keep your toddler afloat, but remember that there is absolutely no substitute for you, so to avoid accidents, make sure that you are always there to hold onto your toddler yourself.

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