Swimming Ideas Podcast 005: The 4 Best Games for Swim Lessons

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Find out how to super charge your existing lessons with these games!

Buckethead: The Best Game Ever! 

https://www.swimminglessonsideas.com/game-buckethead/

Bake a Cake 

https://www.swimminglessonsideas.com/underwater-game-for-beginners/

Throw and Fetch 

https://www.swimminglessonsideas.com/swim-lesson-toys-and-games-to-play/ Click on Diving Rings

 Hula Hoop Diver

https://www.swimminglessonsideas.com/game-hoola-hoops/

 

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