Teaching your child to swim? Win fun water confidence games! [closed]

Does your child hold his breath underwater, or is he one of those little rascals who refuses to even get his head wet? We’ve often found that trying to teach a child to hold his breath and dunk his head into the water is quite a feat and needs some serious encouragement (and trickery).  To help you get started, Intersport are giving away 2 x Zoggs Clam Dive and Hunt Water Confidence Game and 2 x Zoggs Zoggy Seal Search and Rescue Water Confidence Game, both designed to encourage your child’s confidence and enjoyment in the water.

Zoggy Seal Search and Rescue Water Confidence Game from Intersport Clam Dive Water Confidence Game from Intersport

For your chance to win, just answer this question:

Q: Zoggs water confidence toys are designed to build children’s confidence in

a) muddy puddles
b) public speaking
c) water

Add your reply below, or on Facebook, or tweet @kidfriendly_uk by 12 noon on Friday December 17th. We’ll aim to notify the 4 winners that afternoon.

For an extra chance of winning, tell us where you take your baby or children swimming (use this form, post it below or on our facebook page or email ideas@reallykidfriendly.com, ). This competition is open to UK residents only. All entries will be counted towards our Grand Prize Draw too.

Where to buy the best swimming aids to teach your kids to swim:

INTERSPORT.co.uk has just launched their swimming department and offers a great range of swimwear, accessories and more from brands such as Zoggs and Jakabel. A wide variety of swimming aids aimed at teaching children to swim, as well as pool safety swimwear such as the Jakabel floatsuits, are available from INTERSPORT.co.uk here: http://shop.intersport.co.uk/sports/swimming.dept

Exclusive Discount: Get an extra 10% off Kids Swimming products here: http://shop.intersport.co.uk/sports/swimming/kids-swimming.list. Enter disocunt code RKF30. Valid until 20th Dec 2010.

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