Save a Life: Take Swimming Lessons

Children under the age of five should learn and participate in swimming lessons to maintain fun, enjoyable summer moments.

The start of the problem begins with disregarding warning signs and children naturally exploring alone.

Often times, children do not know how to swim or are unaware of dangers.

Being unaware of such dangers as drowning will put children at risk of sever injury.

Results of water accidents include hospital visits, brain damage or death.
Putting children into swimming lessons will prevent water related injuries and ensure happiness and smiles throughout the summer.

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