SIP 026: Using Images to teach swimming

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Giraffe Neck for a long neck

Brontosaurus neck for a long neck on freestyle

Trampoline Soldiers for bobs

Carrot with leaves spinning for breaststroke kick in position 11

Giant toothbrush running in circles being chased by a tiny toothpaste bottle for brushing teeth in morning.

Use Images to create memorable associations. Images hold more information than lists or rote mantras.


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