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Teaching children 
to Swim and Float
for Safety and Fun. 

At Little Shark Survival Swim, we specialize in teaching infants and children how to swim and float for safety and fun. Our program focuses on equipping children with the necessary aquatic survival skills to ensure their safety in the water. We take pride in our gentle approach, tailored to each child's learning style.


Little Shark Swim SchoC

Our Lessons 

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Roll-to-Float teaches infants once submerged in the water to be able to rise to the surface while rolling onto their backs and breathe until they are rescued. 

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Swim-Float-Swim teaches toddlers and children a sequence of rotation between floating and swimming, until the child can reach a safety point

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Drowning is a leading cause of death for children.   

         In the United States: 

  • More children ages 1-4 die from drowning than any other cause of death except birth defects.

  • For children ages 1-14, drowning is the second leading cause of unintentional injury death after motor vehicle crashes.

  • Drowning happens in seconds and is often silent.

  • Drowning can happen to anyone, any time there is access to water.

        What is Drowning?

  • Drowning is the process of experiencing respiratory impairment from submersion or immersion in liquid. Not all drownings are fatal.

  • Fatal drowning happens when the drowning results in death.

  • Nonfatal drowning happens when a person survives a drowning incident with a range of outcomes, from no injuries to very serious injuries or permanent disability.

Drowning Preventions


Adult Supervision


Survival Swim Lessons


Pool Fence

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Sign up for lessons today!
Riverview | FishHawk | Valrico | Brandon | Ruskin | Apollo Beach 


Contact us for further information on Little Shark Swim School and how to get your little one swimming and floating for safety and fun. 

Thank you! We look forward to providing life saving skills for your little one and peace of mind for you.

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