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Win a £50 Water Babies voucher towards Swimming lessons
The KalliKids Award Winner for best Baby and Toddler (0 - 2) activity provider is Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire Water Babies swim school.
Babies have a real affinity with water, and because they’ve spent 9 months floating in the womb, being in warm water feels much more familiar to them than being on dry land. However, this early confidence usually diminishes with time, and can even turn to fear. That’s one of the main reasons why Water Babies believe in starting them young. But they never swim a baby against their wishes, and always incorporate lots of bonding, fun and socialising, so you can be sure that a Water Baby is a happy baby.
As well as being really good fun and energetic, structured lessons are a wonderfully sociable activity, and classmates often become friends and a real source of support.
The Water Babies course teaches using voice commands and learning to respond to these is excellent for your baby’s mental development. Despite looking gentle, the lessons provide your baby with a complete physical workout. Studies have shown that participating babies have improved sleeping and eating patterns – a definite bonus!
To celebrate winning KalliKids best Baby and Toddler (0 - 2) activity provider Water Babies in Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire are offering a fabulous gift of £50 towards their fantastic swimming lessons. You will also be signed up to receive our monthly KalliKids Newsletter full of news, offers events and activities in your local area. Good Luck!
Enter here to win a Water Babies £50 voucher towards swimming lessons in the Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire area.
(closing date Friday 12th December 2014)