Infant Swim Lessons - K & K SWIM School

‘To be successful means to get uncomfortable’

Welcome to K&K Swim School’s Parent & Tot program. Our classes are designed to build your swimmer from having little water experience to a water loving, independently swimming toddler.


Running in age groups, the Parent & Tot program has three levels - 5-12 months, 13-24 months and 25-36 months. Working with your child’s physical, cognitive and social development on land maximizes your swimmer’s overall in-water capabilities. Our classes are designed to host beginners, intermediates and advanced swimmers in the same class. This allows the kids to excel together as your child’s ability, development and age determine how their levels are completed. By teaching this way, we ultimately remove the ‘pass or fail’ stigma with learning to swim.


Though it is not required that the parents in the Parent & Tot program are confident swimmers, our mission is to teach you, as the parent, how to be comfortable and confident in your child’s abilities with the water. By teaching you to be your own child’s instructor, your in-water bond with your baby will become un-breakable. 


Parent & tot

Take a look at the methods we use at K&K for each age group: 

Parent & Tot 5-12 months:

In this level you will be learning an array of skills that improve your comfort in the water as a parent to a soon to be water loving 12 month old. We build your child’s breath control at this age, building their confidence with submerging themselves on their own. Babies learn through exploration, so allowing them to explore their watery environment benefits their affinity towards water. In the 5 - 12 month level, K&K’s team heavily focuses on the parent's relationship with their swimmer in this new element. 

“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” We are excited to teach you and your little one everything you need to know to bond together in the water and to experience this journey together. 


Parent & Tot 13-24 months:

In this level you will be learning an array of skills that will better your child’s efficiency in the water, giving you and your child comfort, security, and love for the water. At this point in their life, their growth is steadying and they are developing their own personality. Parents will learn how to provide independence for their 1-year olds in the water. Teaching from your child's perspective of learning independence on land, we build trust, confidence, movement, and relationship with the water.

“Freedom lies in being bold” and this age group is bold. Our team is ready to give your child the confidence they need to feel free in the water. 


Parent & Tot 25-36 months:

In this level you will be teaching your child to swim in great length around the pool, moving to and from using obstacles, and challenging their stamina to create endurance and strength with their little muscles. By using their physical capabilities, we challenge them mentally, providing route to problem solve in the water. Your relationship with your child at this level, is less structured and more focused on play. 

“To create and succeed in the goals we set, we must first believe.” Teaching our children they are capable will only give them the strength to pursue what is possible. 


How does your childs’ age effect the registration process?

Use the following guidelines for you to understand which age category your child is meant to be in.

5 - 12 months

The youngest to register would be 4-months old on the session start-date

The oldest to register would be 10-months old on the session start-date

13 - 24 months

The youngest to register would be 11-months old on the session start-date

The oldest to register would be 22-months old on the session start-date

25 - 36 months

The youngest to register would be 23-months old on the session start-date

The oldest to register would be 32-months old on the session start-date

WANT YOUR BABIES TO love the water? 


Ages 5-months to 36-months
Get your baby learning with Mom / Dad by their side
Have fun while learning to swim
Receive homework, tips and tricks to do at home