Parent Tot – Back Crawl Arms

Child held by parent.
Parent holding child.

Parent holds child with one hand, palm up on back, child’s head on surface of water in front of parent’s body.
Use one hand to grasp child’s arm and move it in a backwards circle motion.
Parent switches hands on child’s back and makes circle motion with child’s other arm.


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