Swimming makes you smarter

Did you know your child could get smarter by learning how to swim at an early age? An in-depth study* shows children in swim lessons performed significantly better than the typical population in every major milestone.

One example of a major milestone is a child separating easily from his or her parents. Typically a child will achieve this goal in the age range of 37-72 months. In comparison, a child enrolled in swim lessons will achieve the same milestone as early as 19 months.

That’s an amazing average of 18 months earlier. What an improvement! The graphic shown (on this page) outlines other major milestones for you to read and share with someone you know with a little one. Click to download a copy today. We look forward to seeing you at the pool!

*Griffith Institute for Educational Research, at Griffith University. Study performed August 2013.