Beginner swimming / Seahorse courseIn Frankfurt am Main, Main-Taunus- and Hochtaunuskreis
- Fun and games in and out of the water.
- Diving exercises in shallow water.
- Learning the leg movement. We start with breastroke leg movement as the first swimming style.
- We show how to jumping into the water.
- Introduce to the arm movements and help with the coordination of arms and legs.
- Continuous practice of arm-leg movement until free swimming.
- Promotion of a healthy, motor development of children.
Requirements for a course participation
- The children must be 4 years old at least 90cm tall, as they can not stand in the non-swimmer area otherwise.
- The children should already be familiar to water. Showering and washing the hair with water on head and face is possible.
- Splashes and water on the face are not a problem.
- The course participation takes place without parents, the children are handed over to the swimming instructors.
- The child stays with the swimming instructors for 45 minutes without parents and is able to go to the toilet by himself.
Requirements for the Seahorse Badge
- Jump from the edge of the pool
- 25m swimming without aids with visible exhalation
- Retrieving an object from shoulder-deep water by hand
Notes for your first course participation
We have very short ways, so please come at least 10 minutes before the beginning of the lesson.
Please change your child’s clothes in the locker room and use the designated lockers. Clothes stored in the locker rooms could be removed by other parents.
Hand over the children to the instructors in the swimming pool (please without street shoes). We please all parents to leave the pool area latest with the beginning of the lessons.
The swimming pool is not allowed for parents and siblings during the swimming lesson to prevent disturbing the concentration of the group. You can watch the children by a glass door or via a radio transmission monitor.
Please bring this for your child:
- Swimsuit or trunks
- Bath slippers
Course times October – December 2021
We are planning intensive courses for the autumn holidays, as well as another series of courses after the autumn holidays 1x weekly from the beginning of November to the Christmas holidays. The new schedule will be published on Sunday 3rd. October 2021