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Little Fishies Infant Aquatics®

1-on-1 Rescue Swim Lessons

Lewisville & Flower Mound TX

Ages 6 months - 6 years

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If your infant, toddler, or preschooler accidentally found themselves alone in water, would they know what to do?

🛟 Would they know how to find air if they fell in face first, sideways, or backwards?

🌟 How to roll over & hold a float until help arrived?

🏊 To swim to a ledge, steps, or water exit

🧤 Could they do it fully clothed (in hats, boots, coats, gloves…) if need be?

If you can’t confidently answer “YES” to the above questions, that’s where survival swimming lessons come in. 
 

What I Do​

Hi! I’m Connor, owner of Little Fishies Infant Aquatics. I teach babies, toddlers, & preschoolers what to do if they fall in water and how to survive until help arrives. 

Last swim session, I trained 26 amazing kiddos to survival swim, and I want that number to grow! Registration is currently open for lessons starting in March in Lewisville between 8AM-5PM, Monday-Thursday. 

 

Drowning is the single leading cause of injury-related death among children ages 1 to 4 and is completely preventable!

In 6 weeks or less, I teach kids ages 6 months - 6 years to become aquatic problem solvers in the event of a water accident, while at the same time laying a solid foundation for recreational swimming and future strokes lessons.

 

👶🏻 Infants learn how to find air, roll onto their backs, and maintain their float until help arrives.

🏊🏼‍♂️ Toddlers & preschoolers learn to swim, roll to their backs to float & rest, then flip back over to swim to safety or an exit.

For more information or to register, click the links below!

Lessons

LESSONS

6 Week Survival Swim

You will be scheduled for 6 weeks of 1-on-1 swim lessons. Students attend a 10-15 minute lesson 4 days a week, every day Monday - Thursday. Lessons start March 18.

Tuition is $780 per student. 

3 Week Refresher

You will be scheduled for 3 weeks of 1-on-1 swim lessons. Students attend a 10-15 minute lesson 4 days a week, every day Monday - Thursday. Lessons start March 18. 

Tuition is $390 per student. 

2 Week Refresher

You will be scheduled for 2 weeks of 1-on-1 swim lessons. Students attend a 10-15 minute lesson 4 days a week, every day Monday - Thursday. You must be a returning student to enroll in this course. Lessons start March 18.

Tuition is $260 per student. 

10% if you register

in January!

Scholarships

Scholarships

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Judah Brown Project

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Colt Catalina Foundation

FAQs

Why Infant Aquatics?

Children are naturally drawn to pools, hot tubs, lakes, ponds, streams, reservoirs and beaches. Despite a parent’s best efforts at supervision, it only takes one head turn before an accident happens. It’s not just about being comfortable in the water, it’s being able to swim and survive. Empower your child with the skills needed to safely enjoy the water! Discover the Infant Aquatics' Difference today!

What Can Infants Learn?

Infants six to twelve months can learn the skills to:

  • Hold their breath in the water.

  • Roll from a face-down position to a face up back float.

  • Float, relax and breathe until rescued by an adult.

  • Perform these skills fully clothed.
     

Particularly active infants may also learn to propel a short distance through the water between two parents. Learning these skills takes  approximately 4-6 weeks

Children who are walking (15mo -36 mo plus) can learn the skills to:

  • Hold their breath in the water.

  • Swim with their face in the water to the steps, side, or parent.

  • Roll over onto their back when they need to breathe.

  • Flip back onto their tummy to continue to swim until reaching their  destination, or roll to their back should they need to breathe again.

  • Perform these skills fully clothed.
     

*** Lessons are not time based but have a performance-based exit. Just as each child is unique, no two lessons are exactly alike. A weekly maintenance schedule is recommended to retain and strengthen swimming skills as your child grows.  

How Are Lessons Structured?

Lessons with Infant Aquatics are one-on-one, approximately 10-15 minutes in length, Monday through Thursday for 6 weeks. Each lesson builds upon the previous day’s lesson, so there is measurable progress each week.

How Can You Teach a Baby Who Cannot Talk?

Swimming and floating are motor skills that can be taught to babies through repetitive exercises, along with gentle verbal encouragement. We show the babies what we want them to do and over a short period of time, they learn the skills necessary to survive. Rest assured, we do not throw children into the water! We use a variety of methods, combining the best ideas from swim schools and infant/toddler programs throughout the world. 

What is the Parent’s Role?

We encourage parents of infant and toddlers to be supportive and cheer when the instructor gives parents the cheer cue. On occasion, we may invite parents in the water. Our goal for children of all ages is to establish a relationship of trust between your child and the instructor. Once this occurs, your child will learn to trust him/herself in the water and real progress begins.

About Me
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About Me

I’ve been married for 4 years to my wonderful wife, Megan, and we have a beautiful 2-year-old, Eleanor, with another baby on the way. My family is my whole world. After Eleanor finished her first training through Infant Aquatics, it set me down a path to become an infant swim instructor through the same organization, Infant Aquatics. I’ve worked with children and students for many years, most notably at summer camps like Kanakuk, Pine Cove, as well as others all around Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. Most recently, I've been working in health care at Texas Health Denton, but have a specific passion to see littles learn to self-rescue and become confident in the water. I'm a certified infant swim instructor, certified nurses assistant as well as CPR/BLS certified. In my free time, I love playing Ultimate Frisbee with my family and sharing an ice cream cone with my daughter.

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Personalized Instruction

Outstanding Quality

Your child will learn to perform self-rescue survival swimming while fully clothed. I offer a warm, individualized approach with every child. Drowning is the single leading cause of injury-related death among children ages one to four and is completely preventable! Contact me about lessons today.

Contact

Contact

445 Frankie Lane

Lewisville TX 75057

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