METHODOLOGY OF LEARNING SWIMMING IN THE FIRST PART OF LIFE THROUGH A POSITIVE APPROACH
Author(s)STAN ELENA AMELIA
Geography. Anthropology. Recreation
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AbstractAbstractStan E.A. Methodology of learning swimming in the first part of life through a positive approachAim: aquatic activity started early educate children in developing a spirit of good fitness throughout life, in addition to developing muscle strength, coordination and balance. Scope: learning swimming and water activities from an early age.Material. Using an appropriate approach to the introduction into the aquatic environment, it can give your child a fun and healthy start in life. Methods:•parent playing in water with the new born, with preschool children,•the method of learning that focuses on addressing child – affection versus fear.Results. Learning swimming with family and child builds and strengthens relationships, offers multiple benefits.Conclusion. The good safety habits that will last a lifetime by acquiring aquatic habits early, along with parents.