Swimming lessons can begin as early as six months old. At this age, infants can start getting comfortable in the water through playful activities and guided movements with a parent or caregiver.
As children grow older, structured swim classes become more beneficial, typically starting around three to four years old. The earlier they start, the sooner they can develop water safety skills and build confidence in the water.
Starting at a young age also allows for gradual skill progression and may help reduce the risk of drowning accidents later on.