Toddler Swim Lessons

Toddler Swim Lessons in Knoxville, TN

2 years old is a great time to start or continue swim lessons! Drowning is the leading cause of death for children age 1 – 4 (according to the National Drowning Prevention Alliance). We want all of our toddler students to have a great foundation of basic swimming and water safety skills. Take toddler swim lessons with us in Knoxville, TN so you child can learn to be safer in the water.

What swimming skills can a 2-year-old acquire?

A toddler that is 2 years old can acquire a variety of skills depending on their developmental abilities. Our goal for our 2-year-old students is to reach Level 2, and maybe even Level 3 depending on the student. If your toddler student reaches Level 3, they will most likely work on the “roll over” breathing technique. They will most likely not reach Level 4 until 3 years old, but getting them started as young as possible makes all the difference when they are older!

How many swim lessons should I book for my toddler student?

How many swim lessons you should book for 2 year old students is dependent on the kid and your goals. Is your goal just to get them to enjoy the water and have some fun? Then 10 lessons would be a great place to start. Is your goal to get them to be completely independent in the water? A 2 year old cannot be independent in the water, no matter how many lessons you do! However, if you want to reach level 3 with your toddler student, we recommend starting with 15 lessons.

What to Expect

3 Lesson Money-Back Guarantee

We encourage you to book all the lessons you need so you don't miss them when they fill up, it's risk free!

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Curriculum

– Beginner with little to no swimming experience
– (Ages 3+) Will NOT willingly and independently put their entire face in the water for 5 seconds
– (Ages 1 – 2) Will NOT willingly fully submerge just under surface of water for 5 seconds while being held
– Has not learned to make independent forward progress in the water

– Beginner with little to no swimming experience
– (Ages 3+) Will NOT willingly and independently put their entire face in the water for 5 seconds
– (Ages 1 – 2) Will NOT willingly fully submerge just under surface of water for 5 seconds while being held
– Has not learned to make independent forward progress in the water

– Beginner with little to no swimming experience
– (Ages 3+) WILL willingly and independently put their face in the water for 5 seconds
– (1-2 year olds) WILL willingly fully submerge just under surface of water for 5 seconds while being held
– Has not learned to make independent forward progress in the water

Goal of Level 2: Make independent forward progress for 5 seconds

Already able to do the following:
– Make independent forward progress with face in the water for about 5 seconds

Goal of Level 3: Swim 12 yards with “pop-up” breaths or “roll over” breaths AND perform first safety sequence (jump in, turn, get to wall, exit)

Already able to do the following:
– Swim 12 yards with “pop-up” breaths or “roll over” breaths
– Perform first safety sequence (jump in, turn, get to wall)

Goal Level 4: Deep end swim test- jump in, swim 20 yards, tread water 1 min, float on back for 1 min, swim 5 yards to wall and exit

Already able to do the following:
– Deep end safety test- jump in, swim 20 yards, tread water 1 min, float on back for 1 min, swim 5 yards to wall and exit

Goal: Swim 25 yards at a beginner level of backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, freestyle, side stroke and elementary backstroke AND retrieve toy off bottom of deep end

Already able to do the following:
Swim 25 yards of backstroke, breaststroke, butterfly, freestyle, side stroke and elementary backstroke AND retrieve toy off bottom of deep end

Goal: Swim 100 yards continuously using the freestyle technique with side breathing, as well as stroke refinement

Our Teaching Philosophy

The All Knox Swim Teaching Philosophy is what we call the family oriented model. The family oriented model is a way of teaching swim lessons and water safety that incorporates the whole family. There are two aspects of the family oriented model:

Family Involved Swim Lessons

Water Safety for the Whole Family