When it comes to learning how to swim, babies can be a bit of a mystery.
But now there’s a new app that makes it easy to do just that.
BabyDiving is a little-known but very promising swim app that teaches kids how to make their own baby swims.
The app was developed by the family-focused app developer Montce Swim, which uses technology like artificial intelligence to track and recommend the best swim spots for kids.
Montce says it’s aimed at helping kids who are having a hard time learning how, say, to jump rope.
Baby Dive is an app for preschoolers and up.
And it can be downloaded for free from the App Store.
Here’s how it works: Kids start with a baby paddle, which is a ball with a string attached.
They then take turns moving it around the paddling area.
If they’re able to make it across, they receive points.
Kids then get their first chance to try a full-body swim.
This time, they don’t have to stand in front of a pool to start, just hold the paddle.
They start with the water’s surface area, but once they reach the bottom, they have to jump off.
Then, they can start swimming underwater or at a depth of about three feet.
The kids then learn to use the fins on their hands and feet to get into the water, swim under the water or swim backwards, which allows them to get to a deeper part of the pool.
Once they’ve done the full-length swim, they get their second chance.
The last time kids try a dive is when they are 10 to 11 months old.
MontCE says the app is also a great way to introduce kids to the basics of swimming, like diving, and helps them to learn to swim underwater.
The company says that this app is available in the United States and in over 100 countries, including Germany, Italy, South Africa and Russia.