PreK and Daycare Dry-land Swim Class

"Outside of the Water"


Swim class should be part of each day's routine.

You, as Parents and Educators, can now begin to teach your children, since Nami's book and swim practice drills are an adult and parent's guide to start the swim lesson conversation, outside of the water.

  • Using everyday household items.
  • Suitable for children 1 year old and older.
  • Children are never to young too start their water journey.


What you will Learn


  • CHAPTER 1: "How do you Breathe in the Water?" Parents, Teachers and little swimmers will learn our 7 progression drills to practice proper breath exchange, Inhale and Exhale.
  • NO HOLDING BREATH- EVER.
  • CHAPTER 2: "How do you BALANCE/STREAMLINE in the Water?" Parents, Teachers and little swimmers will learn our 5 progression drills to practice how to coordinate both a streamline body position and maintain balance, so they can more comfortably take a breath.
  • CHAPTER 3: "How do you MOVE in the Water?" Parents, Teachers and little swimmers will learn our 7 progression drills to practice proper propulsion, through kicking and arm strokes.

The above progression drills (breathing, balance, streamline and propulsion) have been proven to build confidence and comfort in the water in a fun and engaging environment.

ALL OUTSIDE OF THE WATER!


The book "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey Teaching Water Awareness and Swimming FUNdamentals Outside of the Water" and "Sue nami's Swimming Journey" & the online tutorial "Sue Nami's Daycare Dry-land Swim Class" and it’s content are copyright of Cynthia M.Klein - © 2020Cynthia M. Klein
All rights reserved.
Any redistribution or reproduction of part or all of the contents in any form is prohibited other than the following:
You may not, except with our express written permission, distribute or commercially exploit the content.
Nor may you transmit or store it in any other website or other form of electronic retrieval system.


Disclaimer: The drills in this course are pre-swim class, with an introduction

to the fundamentals to swimming. The drills and practices are not to replace

traditional in-water swim class with a properly trained swimming instructor or coach.

All children must ask permission from an adult before approaching any body of water.

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Photo Examples of Class Content

Learning to Blow out
Learning Proper Breath Exchange

Chapter 1: Class 5


Child learns to Exhale when their mouth is near the water, then LOOK UP to take a breath.

Where's my mouth? Where's the Air?

BUBBLES
BUBBLES


Chapter 1: Class 7


Child learns how to put entire face into the water and exhale. BUBBLES

Streamline Balance
Learning to Control Streamline Balance

Chapter 2: Class 2


Training the body to maintain balance in a streamline swimmer's position and build confidence to recover and take a breath.

Front Kicking
Front Kicking

Chapter 3: Class 1, 2, 3, 4


Training the body to properly kick on front and back.

Training the body to kick and rollover from front to back, and back to front.

Kicking and Strokes
Learning proper Kicking and Arm Strokes

Chapter 3: Class 5 Back Stroke


Training the body, legs and arms to properly kick and stroke, to manipulate the water, maintain balance, and recover to take a breath.


Front Crawl

Chapter 3: Class 6 Front Crawl


Learning to properly stroke arms for Freestyle stroke

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"Sue Nami's Swimming Journey-Teaching Water Awareness and Swimming FUNdamentals Outside of the Water"

at Amazon.com or any book outlet store.

Drowning

The CDC states Drowning is an epidemic and is the number ONE cause of death for children under the age of 5.

More than 50% of drowning victims treated in emergency departments (EDs) require hospitalization or transfer for further care (compared with a hospitalization rate of about 6% for all unintentional injuries).1,2 These nonfatal drowning injuries can cause severe brain damage that may result in long-term disabilities such as memory problems, learning disabilities, and permanent loss of basic functioning (e.g., permanent vegetative state).3,4 www.cdc.gov

Progression Curriculum

After viewing the video, and answering 1 FUN "quiz question, you will advance to the next drill in the progression.


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AND don't forget to HAVE FUN

Check out the free previews of each chapter

  How Do you Breathe in the Water?
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  Chapter 2: How do you Balance and Streamline in the Water?
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  Chapter 3: How do YOU Move in the Water?
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ENROLLMENT

We are passionate about teaching children to have confidence and awareness if they find themselves in an unfamiliar aquatic environment.

These dryland swim drills are a great introduction to the foundations of swimming BEFORE they start their in-water swim class. A pre-swim class in the comfort of the home or class room.

Thank you for your support.



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Free 2 week limited access "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey"

2 week limited access "Nami's Daycare Dry-land Swim Class'

We are dedicated to keeping children safer around water. Your donation will help us get "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey" project to under served communities.

thank you.

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7 day free trial then $100/year

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Annual unlimited access "Nami's Daycare Dryland Swim Class"

Educators and Families will have annual access to:


  1. Chapters 1, 2, 3: Video Books

"Sue Nami's Swimming Journey"

Teaching Water Awareness and Fundamentals to Swimming,


2. Chapters 1, 2, 3: 19 swim drills

"Nami's Daycare Dry-land Drills"

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30 Day Access to " Sue Nami's Daycare Dryland Swim Class

30 Days of:

Chapters 1, 2, 3: Video Books

"Sue Nami's Swimming Journey"

Teaching Water Awareness and Fundamentals to Swimming,

 

Chapters 1, 2, 3: 19 swim drills

"Nami's Daycare Dry-land Drills"

We are dedicated to keeping children safer around water. Your donation will help us get "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey" project to underserved communities.

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45 Day Donation

45 Day Access to "Sue Nami's Daycare Dryland Swim Class"

45 Days of:

Chapters 1, 2, 3: Video Books

"Sue Nami's Swimming Journey"

Teaching Water Awareness and Fundamentals to Swimming,

 

Chapters 1, 2, 3: 19 swim drills

"Nami's Daycare Dry-land Drills"

We are dedicated to keeping children safer around water. Your donation will help us get "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey" project to underserved communities.

$75

90 Day Donation

90 Day Donation

90 Days of:

Chapters 1, 2, 3: Video Books

"Sue Nami's Swimming Journey"

Teaching Water Awareness and Fundamentals to Swimming,

 

Chapters 1, 2, 3: 19 swim drills

"Nami's Daycare Dry-land Drills"


We are dedicated to keeping children safer around water. Your donation will help us get "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey" project to underserved communities.

7 day free trial then $500/year

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Educators and Families will have annual access to

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Annual access to:

Chapters 1, 2, 3: Video Books

"Sue Nami's Swimming Journey"

Teaching Water Awareness and Fundamentals to Swimming,

 

Chapters 1, 2, 3: 19 swim drills

"Nami's Daycare Dry-land Drills"

This is a subscription product billed on a yearly basis until you cancel. Cancel anytime from the account management page.

Coach Ira and Cindy Klein



Coaches Ira & Cindy Klein have been coaching swimming for decades.

They are the co-founders of the non-profit Klein Swim Academy.

Coach Cindy Klein created a Baby/Me swim curriculum to educate parents about the 4 foundation of swimming, to help eradicate drowning.

“This project and book have been a passion of hers.

I wrote "Sue Nami's Swimming Journey" Teaching Water Awareness and Swimming FUNdamentals Outside of the Water" and "Sue Nami's Daycare Dry-land Swim Class" as a new type of swim class, a pre-swim class, during the 2020 pandemic.

About one in five people who die from drowning are children 14 and younger. For every child who dies from drowning, another five receive emergency department care for nonfatal submersion injuries, brain injury.

We can’t risk children not getting swim lessons because of the pandemic. We must consider the many children and families who are located in geographically difficult and climate challenged areas that do not have traditional swim classes available. There is no wrong time for children to learn and understand the fundamentals and foundations to swimming, especially when they can practice “Outside of the Water”.