It’s easy. Scuba Rangers is for any active kid age 8 to 12. You must have basic swimming skills, be comfortable in the water, and be in good health.

You can become a Scuba Ranger in five steps. During each step, you will learn skills and obtain the knowledge you need to become a true Scuba Ranger. These are the steps:
Step 1 Red Ranger – You will be able to show how good your swimming skills are and you will learn how to snorkel with a mask, a snorkel and fins. Furthermore, you will be able to demonstrate how to help other children. But the most important thing is: having fun!
Step 2 White Ranger – Your instructor will tell you everything you need to know about your diving equipment. What is it for and how to use it? And then you go into the pool with your equipment!
Step 3 Blue Ranger – You will learn new diving exercises in the pool. Like, how to float in the water. Can you believe that? You don’t drop to the bottom, but you don’t go up either!
Step 4 Silver Ranger – Together with the other children you play cool games under water while wearing your diving equipment. And this way you’ll practice all the diving techniques you have learned before.
Step 5 Demo Ranger – If you are ready, you can show your parents, your brothers and sisters, and all of your friends what you have been learning. They will admire you for it!
After completing each step, you will receive a reward: you will get a ribbon around your snorkel, so all the other kids know that you already have accomplished a lot. Being a Demo Ranger makes you very special, and after you have taken the oath you are a true Scuba Ranger.
As a Demo Ranger you can become a Scuba Ranger Club member. This is a club especially for you, which enables you to do a lot of fun things and of course you will continue diving in the pool. For example, you can learn what the name is of that beautiful fish you saw on TV. Or, how to search for an object under water in the swimming pool. Some Scuba Rangers go to the aquarium together or go see a movie about diving. You can think of so many fun activities which are related to diving!
And you know what the best part is? If your classmates, or maybe even your parents, see and hear from you how much fun diving can be, they might want to try it too!

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