2 edition of Swimming for primary schools found in the catalog.
Swimming for primary schools
B. A. Foyster
by Staffordshire County Council Physical Education Department in [Stafford]
Written in English
|Statement||[text by B.A. Foyster].|
|Contributions||Staffordshire (England). County Council.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||91|
We're heading to the YMCA for swimming lessons anyways, but I wanted a book on the basics of teaching a child to swim. This book was only okay, there were really only 2 pages that pertained to my situation. The book wasted time on fluff, like how to pick a community pool and stuff that was obvious. Not a bad book, but I hoped for some more help/5(6). The same goes with Canada, if the primary or secondary school has access to a swimming facility, then swimming is a part of the educational curriculum. Once again, they importance of swimming is reflected in the drowning rates, with Canada being the 19th lowest and the U.S. being the 35th lowest in the world.
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Discover the best Swimming in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best g: primary schools. This book has good ideas for getting kids comfortable and confident in the water. Even if you plan to pay for a swim instructor, I would recommend starting with these ideas first, so that your child is happy and ready to learn from a paid instructor.
Even a parent who cannot swim at all can use many of these ideas/5(5). Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Schools Council (Great Britain) ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Distributed.
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