Water Watchers: The Importance of Adult Supervision at the Beach

It’s beach day. Is it your turn to be the Water Watcher? The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) puts the official total length of shoreline in the United States at 95,417 miles. That’s a lot of beaches! Much of this area is where we’d take the family for an enjoyable day at the beach. It’s also a place filled with hidden dangers that children, in particular, might not fully understand. Young minds may not comprehend the concept of a rip current or what the brightly colored flags flying at the lifeguard station mean – if there’s a lifeguard station at all. Beyond teaching them the importance of beach safety, our children need Water Watchers. Without distractions According

Give the Gift of Swim Lessons

The best gift for kids under the tree this year will last them a lifetime! While a swimming pool won’t fit under the Christmas tree — not t

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