What to Bring to your Swim Lesson?

When attending swimming lessons, there are a few swimming gears that you need to bring to the pool, such as swimwear, goggles, towels, swim cap, and flip-flops.

For any swimmer under age 3 or who is not potty trained, swim diaper is required.

Students attending swimming lessons will typically need to bring the following equipment:

1. Swimwear

Student should wear a swimsuit or swimwear that is comfortable and allows for a full range of motion in the water.

2. Goggles

Goggles helps you to see inside water and protect the eyes from chlorine or other irritants in water.

3. Towel

Bring the towel to pool deck to dry yourself after the lesson and wrap around yourself  so you don’t catch a cold.

A towel is essential for drying off after the shower and can also be used to wrap around when changing into and out of swimwear.

4. Swim Cap

You can wear a swim cap to keep hair (especially women or girl with long hair) out of your face while swimming.

We give out swim caps with our Logo for free, if stock available.

5. Flip-flops

It is always a good idea to wear flip-flops or sandals or slippers.

Bacteria and viruses loves wet floors besides pools, so walking in flip-flops is better than walking barefoot because it helps you reduce to chance of getting warts, nail fungus or athlete’s Foot.

Flip-flops or sandals can be worn to protect the feet from the hot pavement in the Summer.

You may also consider these swimming gears…

While not necessary, you may also want to consider:

1. Waterproof bag – good to pack stuff in, especially when they are wet after swim
3. Shampoo and conditioner – dechlorinating type if needed
4. Comb – for long hairs
5. Water bottle – prevent dehydration
6. Sunscreen – if swimming outdoors in Summer
7. Moisturizer – for skin after swim
8. Personal sanitary ware – for ladies

If you have kick boards, arm floats, or pull buoys, you can bring them.

Snorkel and masks, back floats, fins, etc. should be left at home.