The best way to protect your children in and around the water is to teach them how to swim
Eel swimmers focus on reinforcing front/back floats, blowing bubbles, and learning to swim on front, side and back for 25 yards with a float belt and 15 feet independently.
Ray swimmers focus on learning more personal safety, rescue skills, building endurance, learning to tread water and more progressive diving skills while continuing to work on skills from previous levels.
Starfish swimmers focus on reviewing skills from previous levels, refining strokes, safety skills and learning more underwater skills. The lessons will emphasize building endurance, working towards completing a full length of the pool on front and back.