Instructor and student floating in pool(5-13 Years)

    The beginner Swim Kids level introduces participants to floating, glides and submersion. At the end of this level, participants will be able to swim short distances on their own. Level 1 is roughly equivalent to the Preschool Salamander and Sunfish levels.

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    Level 2 expands on skills introduced in Level 1 by refining rhythmic breathing, side glide and flutter kick. Upon completion of Level 2, participants will be able to swim half the length of our pool on their own. Level 2 is roughly equivalent to the Preschool Crocodile and Whale levels.

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    Level 3 introduces the fundamentals of front crawl and encourages safe water entries such as basic dives. This is the first time participants will work on treading/surface support. Participants who have completed the entire Preschool program should enter Swim Kids at this level.

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    Level 4 incorporates all of the front crawl elements into one stroke and the fundamentals of back crawl. Completion of this level includes a one-length swim of our pool, forty-five seconds of treading/surface support, and a kneeling dive.

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    Instructor in pool student about to dive in(5-13 Years)

    This level introduces students to the whip kick and works toward completing a longer two-length swim of the pool. Students will also try stride dives. Completion of Level 5 is equivalent to the Lifesaving Society Swim to Survive Standard.

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    Seudent holding on to the edge of the pool smiling(5-13 Years)

    Level 6 is the first of the advanced levels. Lesson time increases to 45 minutes. This level sees participants honing past skills like front and back crawl, as well as the introduction of new skills.

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    Student doing backstroke in pool as instructor watches(5-13 Years)

    An increased amount of endurance is vital in Level 7. Swimmers continue to work on dolphin kick and start the breaststroke basics. Level 7 safety includes rescues with equipment and response to emergency situations.

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    Student preparing to dive into the pool(5-13 Years)

    Swimmers learn eggbeater treading in Level 8. Feet-first surface dives and standing shallow dives are also in the curriculum. The Level 8 distance swim doubles that of Level 7 to 300 m or 13 lengths of our pool.

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    Group of students in pool as instructor watches from deck(6-13 Years)

    Upon completion of Level 10, participants will have refined all their strokes and will be completely familiar with all Red Cross safety standards. Completing Level 10 prepares the participants for Swim Team or Lifesaving Courses such as Bronze Star or Bronze Medallion.

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    Contact & Info

    750 Spadina Ave. (at Bloor), Toronto, Ontario M5S 2J2

    Phone: 416.924.6211
    Fax: 416.924.0422
    Email: info@mnjcc.org

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