Young children are smarter and safer after learning to swim

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Updated August 31 2017 - 10:09am, first published August 15 2017 - 8:00am
Start early: Up until six months it's much easier to teach children to swim. Research shows there are also many developmental benefits of learning before school age.
Start early: Up until six months it's much easier to teach children to swim. Research shows there are also many developmental benefits of learning before school age.

Griffith University led a study a few years ago that demonstrated children who learned how to swim before they started school were six to 20 months ahead of their peers in numerous areas of development.

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