Did you enjoy your summer activities? I hope you did. My son had a great time with Milo Swimming Sports Clinic. He completed the swimming lesson in the 3rd batch (May 5 to May 16) under Water Safety for children. This post shows how it ended.
The first lesson learned from this swimming lesson is to be punctual. You have to be 5-10 minutes earlier so that you can prepare before the warm-up and actual swimming lesson. Everybody wore proper swimming attire.
Coach Bea is the swimming coach. She taught her aspiring swimmers in bubbling, proper breathing, flutter kick, front float, and basic diving. Some were taught with advance course.
I enrolled my son in the Milo Swimming Sports Clinic because I want him to meet new friends, learn swimming, to be physically-fit, and most importantly to learn character forming values and discipline. I was not wrong. He learned a lot. From making friends, being discipline and the basics of swimming. He enjoyed it and at the same time learned. That was totally fun!
As I witnessed the Milo Swimming Sports Clinic from day 1, I noticed big improvements with the child’s development. It is not only my son but I am so glad seeing other kid’s progress in swimming. For little kids, they developed a sense of confidence that they can make it doing what the coach had taught them such as front float, flutter kick, and swim at the middle of the pool.
They played an exciting relay game by which they are divided into two groups. They use kick boards and some did their favorite strokes. In the end, it’s a tie. Everybody won.
In the middle of the activity, we took a break as we ate delicious snacks that was brought by everyone. This was a pot luck and everyone were generous to share what they have. Cakes, Donuts, Hotdogs, Pastries, and we like the corn dog (Yum!).
I so like the kids and the guardians in this Milo Swimming Sports Clinic. Guardians are friendly and supportive. The kids are well-disciplined and active. Thank you Milo for sponsoring this significant Sports Clinic.