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How To Teach Your Baby To Swim

Douglas Doman (Author)

Availability: In stock



Publisher: Square One Publishers

Language: English

Shipping Weight: 10 ounces



Drowning is the leading cause of death from injuries in children ages 1 to 4 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Most of these drownings occur in home swimming pools. The best defense is a good offense! Teach your child to swim early. With more than 160 photographs, this book presents detailed instructions on all the core skills necessary to swim properly, including breath control, kicking, and submersion. All of these skills come together as you teach your baby to dive, float, and swim—both on and under the water.

About The Gentle Revolution Press:
The Gentle Revolution Press is the official publisher of books and teaching materials by Glenn Doman and The Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (IAHP). Glenn Doman is the founder of IAHP and the author of the books in the Gentle Revolution Series. His groundbreaking book How To Teach Your Baby To Read, published in 1964, introduced the concept that tiny children can and want to learn, and that parents are their best teachers. The books in the Gentle Revolution Series contain the why’s and how’s of teaching your child. The Gentle Revolution teaching materials are designed for use with the programs described in the books and DVDs.