PARENT-CHILD | $60
PRESCHOOL – LEVEL 4 | $85
PARENT-CHILD | $90
PRESCHOOL – LEVEL 4 | $127
9-9:45 | 9:45-10:30 | 10:30-11:15
5-5:45 | 5:45-6:30 | 6:30-7:15
30 MINUTES IN LENGTH
9-9:30 | 9:30-10:00 | 10:00-10:30 | 10:30-11:00
5-5:30 | 5:30-6:00 | 6:00-6:30 | 6:30-7:00
YOUR LESSON YOUR TIME
For those who need flexibility in their schedule
May be purchased as a one-time lesson or a package.
Stop by the front desk or pool house to schedule
a time that works best for you.
One Lesson | $43
Package of 4 | $160
Package of 8 | $296
Package of 12 | $408
Group & Private Lesson Session Dates
June 1 – June 4 | June 8 – June 11 | June 15 – June 18 | June 22 – June 25 | June 29 – July 2 | July 6 – July 9 | July 13 – July 16 | July 20 – July 23 | July 27 – July 30 | August 3 – August 6
Ages 6 Months – 4 Years
Parent and Child Aquatics is an introduction to basic skills for parents and children. Parents learn how to safely work with their child in the water, including how to appropriately support and hold their child in the water and how to prepare and encourage their child to participate fully and try the skills. Children receive an introduction to basic skills that lay a foundation for learning to swim. In addition, parents are introduced to several water safety topics.
Ages 4 - 6
In preschool aquatics parents get to watch but don’t have to enter the water. Children are introduced to basic aquatic skills and begin to perform skills at a slightly more advanced level. Skills are performed with assistance and we work towards performing skills independently. Children use simultaneous and alternation arm and leg actions on the front and back to gain greater proficiency in preparation for performing strokes. In addition, children are introduced to water safety topics to help keep them safe in and around water.
Ages 5 - 9
Level 1 is the start of the American Red Cross Learn-to-Swim program. Level 1 introduces basic aquatic skills that participants continue to build on as they progress through Learn-to-Swim. Participants start developing positive attitudes, effective swimming habits, and safe practices in and around the water. Skills are performed at a slightly more advanced level, working towards independent swimming with arm and leg action on the front and back. As children progress through level 1 we will and longer lengths of time or longer distance for skills.
Ages 5 - 12
Level 2 in the Learn-to-Swim program is to give participants success with fundamental skills. This level marks the beginning of true locomotion skills. Children will glide and float without support and recover to a vertical position. Children will develop simultaneous and alternation arm and leg action on the front and back, laying the foundation to future stokes. Again, water safety topics are introduced, and previously acquired water safety knowledge and skills are reinforced.
Ages 6 - 12
Learn-to-Swim Level 3 is to expand proficiency of previously learned skills by providing additional guided practice. Children learn and practice survival floating and learn to swim front crawl and elementary backstroke at rudimentary levels. Scissor and dolphin kicks and extended time for treading water. Previously and new water safety topics are included. By completing level 3 children will have achieved American Red Cross basic water competency in a pool environment.
Ages 7 - 12
Level 4 in the Learn-to-Swim program is the final level offered at VERDURE. This level allows children to improve their aquatic skills and increase their endurance by swimming the stokes learned in Level 3, front crawl and elementary backstroke, for greater distances. Children will also add arm actions to previously learned scissor kick and breaststroke kick to perform the rudimentary sidestroke and learn the breaststroke. Children will also learn the back crawl and butterfly as well as performing a simple open turn at the wall.