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Florida Swimming
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Klein Swim Academy Online Swim classes

More on-line swim classes coming soon

We NEED YOUR HELP to make "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey" project: book and pre-swim dryland drills available to all children. We cannot risk delaying their swimming journey.   Thank you for your support.

For more information or to donate, sponsor or endorse  "Sue Nami's" project please contact me, [email protected]

Sue Nami's Swimming Journey - Daycare Driland Swim Class
  START the swimming conversation with your   children at home OUTSIDE of the Water,
with the free daycare DRY-LAND SWIM DRILLS in a teachable online class.
 These are the same drills we practice inside with our swim lesson groups,
when forced out of the water due to bad weather.

Suitable for children 15 months and older


Courtesy of "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey-
Teaching Water Awareness and Swimming FUNdamentals Outside of the Water"


"Sue Nami's Swimming Journey" the BOOK

"SUE Nami's Swimming Journey- Teaching Water Awareness and Swimming FUNdamentals Outside of the Water"
is a parent's how-to children's picture book.

“Nami” ventures on an educational journey to learn how her wildlife friends breathe, balance, streamline and move in the water.
Nami will demonstrate fun and engaging swimming drills and encourage children to practice with her, Outside of the Water.
Nami’s book and swim practice drills are an adult and parent’s guide to begin to teach & train children water awareness and basic swimming fundamentals with emphasis on:
Chapter 1: proper breath
Chapter 2: proper streamline & balance
Chapter 3: proper propulsion to move through the water

Suitable for children 15 months and older.

This book and swim drills are not to replace traditional swim lessons


Download Nami's coloring and activity pages  Nami's Activity samples

Enjoy a brief introduction into "NAMIs" swimming journey.

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