Toddlers Gliding and Floating
Objective: Parents to support independence for toddlers to glide and float
Toddlers learn independence from parents. After having learnt to submerge under water and hold their breathe in the first level. Toddlers develop ability to seek independence and confidence in water through gliding, floating front and back and less holds from parents. Children seek reassurance from knowing parents are close by but develop ability to feel comfortable in water without needing to be held.