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Kids Aquatic Survival School

It's not just about swimming... It's about surviving.* Kids Aquatic Survival School (K.A.S.S) provides highly effective individualised one-on-one aquatic survival instruction for children 6 months to 6 years.
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Kids Aquatic Survival SchoolWednesday, November 21st, 2018 at 11:49am
Floating is the best form of moving with water and surviving in water.

#floattolive #floattobreathe #waterisourfriend
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Kids Aquatic Survival SchoolSunday, November 18th, 2018 at 7:24pm
Kids are super pumped for another week of swimming! #swimsurvival #kidsaquaticsurvivalschool #kasskids
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Kids Aquatic Survival School shared Kooba Kids's post.Thursday, November 15th, 2018 at 7:33pm
📣 SHOUT OUT to one our our clever KASS Parents!

Did you know the harsh chemicals contained in SPF sunscreen should not be applied to baby’s skin who are younger than 12 months old?

That's why at Kooba Kids we have created a UPF 50+ sun protective material Zip-Ease one piece swimsuit for children aged 0 - 18 months. The material has been tested in Australia to ensure that your baby is protected from the Australian rays and the Zip-Ease 2 way zipper has been designed to provide easy access to change the baby’s nappy without removing the entire garment!

Check out Kooba Kids designs for your little him or her @ www.koobakids.com.au
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Kids Aquatic Survival SchoolTuesday, November 13th, 2018 at 9:04pm
The bond between instructor and student 💕
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Kids Aquatic Survival School shared a Page.Tuesday, November 13th, 2018 at 3:31am
Not only do our KASS kids achieve life saving skills with us but the real heroes behind the scenes are our KASS parents!

Coxy is trying to save lives and showing tremendous strength and endurance in support of Parkinson’s research

Please show your support via Coxy’s page

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Kids Aquatic Survival SchoolMonday, November 12th, 2018 at 10:03am
Such a sad and devastating story. A must read though to fully understand drowning and how quickly it can happen in normal everyday circumstances.

"Luis told me she was playing with her kitchen set in the next room while he was getting Asher fed and dressed for bed. Next thing he knew he couldn’t find her. He looked in the backyard and saw her floating in the pool. No one had any clue how she could get in the pool and assumed she managed to climb up the side post.
About a week later I began piecing everything together. I know I made sure the doors were locked before I left, and I reminded everyone to keep them locked. But someone must have left the back door unlocked and Anya got outside"