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Swimming All classes are held Saturdays Winter classes: Jan 22-Mar 26, 2011 No classes Feb 19 & 26 Spring classes: April 30-June 25, 2011 No classes May 21 WINTER (W); SPRING (S) Aquatics Preschool Parented Programs $52 Starfish (4-18 months) YA010 In this introductory class, you and your baby will explore the fun world of water.Your baby will e2xperience buoyancy, movement, entries, and enjoy participating in songs and playing in the water. Babies must be able to hold their head up. 9:30am-10:00am (S) | 10:40am-11:10am (W) | 11:15am-11:45am (W/S) Duck (18-30 months) YA020 Your older baby/toddler will have lots of fun building confidence in the water.You both will have a blast with games, songs, and active water play led by a fun instructor. 10:05am-10:35am (W/S) | 11:50am-12:20pm (W/S) Seaturtle (30-36 months) YA030 Join your toddler in the pool while she/he builds confidence in the water.Your toddler will have fun with newfound friends while becoming more independent in the water.This is a great transitional class preparing your little swimmer for lessons on their own. 9:30am-10:00am (W) | 10:40am-11:10am (S) 11:50am-12:20pm (S) | 12:25pm-12:55pm (W) Unparented Programs $52 Seaturtle (3-5 years) YA030 Toddlers and preschoolers build independence and confidence in this fun class while mom and dad watch from the pool side. They’ll discover the fun of experiencing the water on their own through games, songs and active water play, in preparation for the adventures in the Salamander class. 9:30am-10:00am (W/S) | 10:05am-10:35am (W) 10:40am-11:10am (W) | 11:15am-11:45am (W/S) 11:50am-12:20pm (W) | 12:25pm-12:55pm (W/S) Sunfish (3-5 years) YA050 Forget the dog paddle, preschoolers get to work on real strokes and skill progressions! They get water smart while learning good judgement in, on and around the water and learn to how to enter and float in the water. 9:30am-10:00am (W) | 10:05am-10:35am (S) 10:40am-11:10am (W) | 11:15am-11:45am (S) 11:50am-12:20pm (W) | 12:25pm-12:55pm (W) Crocodile (3-5 years) YA060 Preschoolers will really get moving in this class while they learn independent glides, kicking in deep water and building endurance by increasing distance for front and back swims. They’ll have fun with the dolphin kick and newfound synchro skills. 10:05am-10:35am (W) | 10:40am-11:10am (S) Whale (3-5 years) YA070 Preschoolers learn to swim independently and participate in fun team games.They’ll improve their skills and increase distance in front and back swims.They’ll also learn about throwing assists to help swimmers in trouble! 10:40am-11:10am (S) | 11:15am-11:45am (W) Salamander (3-5 years) YA040 Preschoolers will make a splash and take their swimming to the next level!They’ll learn new swimming skills including floats and glides through games and songs.They’ll even learn to jump into chest-deep water! 9:30am-10:00am (W/S) | 10:05am-10:35am (W) 10:40am-11:10am (W/S) | 11:15am-11:45am (W) 11:50am-12:20pm (W/S) | 12:25pm-12:55pm (W) 4 Register | w w w.uc algar yrecreation.c a/kids • (403) 220-7749

Swimming Aquatics Preschool

<b>Parented Programs $52</b>

Starfish (4-18 months) YA010

In this introductory class, you and your baby will explore the fun world of water.Your baby will e2xperience buoyancy, movement, entries, and enjoy participating in songs and playing in the water.Babies must be able to hold their head up.

9:30am-10:00am (S) | 10:40am-11:10am (W)
| 11:15am-11:45am (W/S)

<b>Duck (18-30 months) YA020</b>

Your older baby/toddler will have lots of fun building confidence in the water.You both will have a blast with games, songs, and active water play led by a fun instructor.

10:05am-10:35am (W/S) | 11:50am-12:20pm (W/S)

<b>Seaturtle (30-36 months) YA030</b>

Join your toddler in the pool while she/he builds confidence in the water.Your toddler will have fun with newfound friends while becoming more independent in the water.This is a great transitional class preparing your little swimmer for lessons on their own.

9:30am-10:00am (W) | 10:40am-11:10am (S)
11:50am-12:20pm (S) | 12:25pm-12:55pm (W)

<b>Unparented Programs $52</b>

<b>Seaturtle (3-5 years) YA030</b>

Toddlers and preschoolers build independence and confidence in this fun class while mom and dad watch from the pool side.

They’ll discover the fun of experiencing the water on their own through games, songs and active water play, in preparation for the adventures in the Salamander class.

9:30am-10:00am (W/S) | 10:05am-10:35am (W)
10:40am-11:10am (W) |
11:15am-11:45am (W/S)
11:50am-12:20pm (W)
| 12:25pm-12:55pm (W/S)

<b>Salamander (3-5 years) YA040</b>

Preschoolers will make a splash and take their swimming to the next level!They’ll learn new swimming skills including floats and glides through games and songs.They’ll even learn to jump into chest-deep water!

9:30am-10:00am (W/S) | 10:05am-10:35am (W)
10:40am-11:10am (W/S) | 11:15am-11:45am (W)
11:50am-12:20pm (W/S) | 12:25pm-12:55pm (W)

<b>Sunfish (3-5 years) YA050</b>

Forget the dog paddle, preschoolers get to work on real strokes and skill progressions! They get water smart while learning good judgement in, on and around the water and learn to how to enter and float in the water.

9:30am-10:00am (W) | 10:05am-10:35am (S)
10:40am-11:10am (W) | 11:15am-11:45am (S)
11:50am-12:20pm (W) | 12:25pm-12:55pm (W)

<b>Crocodile (3-5 years) YA060</b>

Preschoolers will really get moving in this class while they learn independent glides, kicking in deep water and building endurance by increasing distance for front and back swims.They’ll have fun with the dolphin kick and newfound synchro skills.

10:05am-10:35am (W) | 10:40am-11:10am (S)

<b>Whale (3-5 years) YA070</b>

Preschoolers learn to swim independently and participate in fun team games.They’ll improve their skills and increase distance in front and back swims.They’ll also learn about throwing assists to help swimmers in trouble!

10:40am-11:10am (S) | 11:15am-11:45am (W)

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