WHY GO ANYWHERE ELSE?
DOLFIN SWIM SCHOOL
IS THE BEST
ABOVE THE REST!
First, understand that swimmers often cry when they separate from you at the door. Please help by encouraging your child to "Have a good time!" when your sit your swimmer on the ready bench for class.
Second, if your swimmer continues to cry and look back towards you, it helps to position yourself out of sight from your swimmer so he doesn't expect you to do anything. Praise him a lot after class and say how proud you are of his efforts!
At Dolfin Swim School each swimmer is given a skill-level colored wristband with numbers on it. Each number correlates to a skill on that level. As a swimmer progresses through weeks of lessons, he/she will gain confidence, aquatic skills, and safety skills. The Instructor will mark your swimmer's wristband numbers as he/she shows mastery of each skill.
Each different Dolfin level has 11 skills to master before graduating to the next level up. Every level at Dolfin also has 2-3 skills that take a longer time to master because they are the crux of that level. So try not to get discouraged if your swimmer struggles with those particular skills. It's normal and expected. But once he finally master that skill, let's praise him for his persistence and hard work. BRAVO!!