When the water goes down: How to get your kids into the water

The water is safe for swimming and the kids can play in it, but there are a few rules to remember.

You’ll need to bring your own bathing suit and a pair of swimming goggles.

Here’s what you’ll need.

Safety First: Your kids can swim in water, but you’ll want to be sure they don’t become too immersed.

The safest place for them is at a shallow, quiet spot that’s not too crowded.

If you’re not comfortable with the water temperature, don’t worry, the pool is a little cooler than that.

Don’t leave the kids alone.

Be sure to keep them busy, and keep them as far away from the water as possible.

Be gentle.

You can use a blanket or towel to hold your child at the waist.

Make sure they’re comfortable.

You might be tempted to try to calm them down, but that can’t help but put them at risk of drowning.

Stay cool.

You want your kids to feel cool and relaxed.

So if you can, leave them in the water for a while to cool off.

But don’t just stand there, just let them breathe and watch the temperature rise.

Remember, the water’s warm.

So stay cool, and if you’re feeling a little worried, take your kids out of the water and make sure they stay cool.

This can be especially important if they’re older.

So it’s best to leave them out in the pool until they’re ready to go back in.