Our new Swim Activity Booklets

At Aqua Sensory we Develop, Learn & Explore! We are constantly publishing new teaching materials that help us teachers and educators in develop, learn and explore too. Have you come across our Aqua Sensory Swim Activity Booklets yet? We first produced these swim...

Wonderful Water

What do you feel when you are in water? We are so special to be working in water, it is a natural multi-sensory medium with many powers. Nothing can grow without water. We cannot live without water. Our brain waves will undulate to the wavelengths of the body of water...

Why Aqua Sensory is for parents and children

Why Aqua Sensory is for parents and children As a parent, it can be so easy to focus on our children and forget about us. When it comes to Aqua Sensory though, it isn’t just for the kids. This is why I LOVE what one parent had to say about her experience of our Aqua...

Are you water happy?

Water happy people are people who are happy in the water The positive feedback loop that goes back to the brain and reinforces our feeling of joy It is impossible to smile or feel happy when we are nervous or scared, or when we are pushed to do things we don’t like....

Smart parents allow their child to play

Have you ever wanted to know all about all the valuable benefits of play? Do you want to take the pressure off your children in the pool?  Would you like swim lessons to be more than outcomes and progression?  Do you want to allow children to learn at their own pace...

We are bringing Aqua Sensory to Australia!

We are off to Oz and we are bringing Aqua Sensory to Australia!  How wonderful is it that Aqua Sensory is making waves across the world? The World Infant Aquatic Conference starts in just two days and will take place from July 30th until August 4th on the Gold Coast...

Trusting your baby and letting them decide

There is a very normal and logical response to the idea of trusting your baby and letting them decide for themselves: “But how can he or she know what’s best for them, they’re only a baby!” Indeed, a baby cannot talk, nor does it have the cognitive capacity to know...

Sensory Processing Disorder vs Highly Sensitive Children

Can you spot the difference between children who have Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and those who are simply highly sensitive? Do you notice that some children are very clingy in the pool?  Have you seen children who like to spend lots of their time under the...

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