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  • Everyone should learn to swim

    If you know how to swim not only can you save your only life but someone’s else’s too . At least 348 people die a year because they don’t know how to swim or they don’t know anything about swim safety. Swimming is by far the only sport that can save someone’s life ,knowing how to swim will prevent drawing in future.

  • Yes everyone should learn

    Although swimming is not something that is necessarily required for survival, it is important that each child learns to swim at an early age so that they are able to protect themselves from drowning instead of requiring somebody else to jump in the water to save them. Although some children have a fear of water and forcing them to learn to swim may be seen as abuse, this is exactly the fear that needs to be conquered and can only lead to the child benefiting overall.So it is a yes everyone should learn!!

  • Yes everyone should learn

    Although swimming is not something that is necessarily required for survival, it is important that each child learns to swim at an early age so that they are able to protect themselves from drowning instead of requiring somebody else to jump in the water to save them. Although some children have a fear of water and forcing them to learn to swim may be seen as abuse, this is exactly the fear that needs to be conquered and can only lead to the child benefiting overall.So it is a yes everyone should learn!!

  • Yes they should.

    Swimming gives children a sense of achievement. It also is a very enjoyable activity. The main reason that they should learn to swim however is safety. If all children learned how to swim there would be no chance of drowning. They should be taught at a very early age to swim.

  • Yes, it is an important life skill

    Although swimming is not something that is necessarily required for survival, it is important that each child learns to swim at an early age so that they are able to protect themselves from drowning instead of requiring somebody else to jump in the water to save them. Although some children have a fear of water and forcing them to learn to swim may be seen as abuse, this is exactly the fear that needs to be conquered and can only lead to the child benefiting overall.

  • Aqua Phobia, its a real thing

    Some count it as an abusive concept. My parents threw me into a lake several times and i cannot figure it out. Honestly, if we needed to learn how to swim, we would've had this wired in our brains. We should never be forced to do more than we have to

  • I hate swimming

    I always hated swimming. I drowned several times as a kid, but got saved by others. I had maybe one lesson at a club where we blew bubbles in the water, but never learned to float or paddle. My parents never worried about us learning. We messed around at the river and took chances. They never knew. There were places to learn, but they were ignored. I hated pools, pool culture and the kids who hung out there. I have ignored swimming for seventy years and continue to think it is a miserable core and not worth the time or effort.

  • Not everyone should learn how

    Everyone can't learn how to swim because some people are just afraid of water and you can't just force them to learn, it is up to them. I am in the swim team in Vacaville and I do want everyone to enjoy swimming, but I can't force them to. It is up to that person if they want to swim not up to someone else to control them I would also be on the yes side, and I do agree with you, but there is something negative I do have to put out there. YOu can't force them is that.


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monstercookie says2015-05-25T14:06:50.560
No they shouldn't as you can see we have cameras here, here and here. What does this have to do with anything? Nothing. I remember drowning because i never did books? Your a ugly kid so swimming wont get you girls books? Your adopted and nobody loves you books? Books.