Griffith Institute for Educational Research, recently revealed children who had learned how to swim from a young age, reached many developmental milestones earlier than other children the same age, who had not.
Some of these milestones included visual-motor skills such as cutting paper, colouring-in and drawing lines and shapes; mathematical-related tasks; and literacy and numeracy.
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