Top Child Care Provider Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Child Care Provider. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Child Care Provider resumes they appeared on. For example, 33.1% of Child Care Provider resumes contained Childcare Provider as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Child Care Provider actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Child Care Provider resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Childcare Provider

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Here's how Childcare Provider is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Handled all Morning Childcare Provider duties successfully
  • Managed a team of 2 childcare providers who assisted me in the daily operations of the business.
  • Work History I have been a childcare provider/nanny for children of all ages since 1993.
  • Licensed childcare provider through the USAF and State of Georgia.
  • Contributed to all aspects of a childcare provider.
  • Helped families and childcare providers in solving problems.
  • Trained new childcare provider staff.
  • Received Childcare Provider of the Year designation for Columbiana County, OH.
  • Filled in as a part-time childcare provider for the Trebour family in Midlothian, Virginia, from 2010-2012.

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2. Nutritious Meals

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Here's how Nutritious Meals is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Planned and developed nutritious meals and provided educational programs.
  • Prepared nutritious meals while observing dietary and religious restrictions.
  • Provided regular activities and nutritious meals.
  • Provide nutritious meals under safety guidelines.
  • Prepared and provided balanced nutritious meals.
  • Watched over children ages 1-13, had children practice good hygiene, prepared nutritious meals, prepared safe and clean play area
  • Plan, prepare and arrange nutritious meals for children, bathe and dress children, oversee children's homework.
  • Plan, prepare, and arrange nutritious meals for a group of 20-30 children 3 times a day.
  • Prepared nutritious meals and snacks making sure they were fed properly and made certain of their overall safety.
  • Provided structural activities for two children ages 7 and 9 Organized and managed daily routine including preparing nutritious meals
  • Prepare nutritious meals, reading and play-time to promote healthy eating habits as well as educational development.
  • Manage household and childcare responsibilities, including cooking healthy, nutritious meals and performing light housekeeping tasks.
  • Planned, prepared and arranged two to three nutritious meals, including one snack, each day.
  • Prepared and fed nutritious meals; assisted with homework completion; bathed and put children to bed.
  • Provided nutritious meals and snacks to maintain good health as well as cared for their personal hygiene.
  • Prepared nutritious meals and snacks, monitored the activities, played games, and read books.
  • Prepared infant formula, planned, prepared and served nutritious meals daily for the children.
  • Provided nutritious meals and snacks for the children while getting them used to following a routine
  • Prepared and served nutritious meals as part of USDA Child and Adult Care food Program.
  • Participated in the USDA food program that serves nutritious meals for over 15 years.

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3. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Major Accomplishments Certified First-Aid Worker Multiple Child Care Certificates Certified Serve Safe Worker
  • Transformed child care program for at-risk children into therapeutic/educational experience.
  • Provided personalized in-home child care and early educational enrichment
  • Coordinated and provided supplemental child care services.
  • Provided quality child care during services
  • Set up policies and procedures for the child care and ensure that families and staff members are aware of these policies.
  • Beach Plum Child Care created several learning areas that allowed children to explore, create, discover, and ask questions.
  • Functioned as a Child Care Provider/Nanny, providing temporary child care for special needs children diagnosed with autism, and ADHD.
  • Provided love and care as a child care provider for several families after school, weekends, and during school vacations.
  • Provided quality in home care and extended child care for all ages and special need children of federal government employees.
  • Worked as a child care provider for the 52nd Air wing, ages ranged from newborn to 18 years old.
  • Provided home child care services for over 30 military children through the day and limited extended services in the evening.
  • Provided Music for different events, Provided in house home cleaning services, provided child care services for working parents.
  • Provided child care services in a home environment for children, ages 2 months to 12 years of age.
  • Served on a task force for the revision of the State of Delaware Family Child Care Rules and Regulations.
  • Provided child care, enforced safety, health, and security rules, handled monetary exchange and kept records.
  • Provided In- home Child Care for 2 children for 3 years, then continued to babysit after moving out.
  • Provided child care in an engaging, nurturing manner for one infant from three months of age to present.
  • Performed all necessary child care responsibilities including feeding, bathing, medicating, reading to and playing with children.
  • Recruit, hire and train employees and manage all accounting and human resource functions for child care business.

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4. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Assisted with educational learning activities & homework assignments.
  • Assisted with homework assignments as necessary.
  • Supervised and helped with homework assignments.
  • Prepared meals and completed homework assignments.
  • Provided child care for several children, also help students complete homework assignments and supervise students while they did household chores.
  • Care for children under the age of 10, cook meals, clean, assist with homework assignments
  • Helped students complete homework assignments and spend their time in a healthy productive way during this program.
  • Assisted children with homework assignments, school projects, and tutored them in class subjects.
  • Instructed the children on how to apply mathematics and scientific concepts to their homework assignments.
  • Provided basic childcare, helped with homework assignments for tutoring and kept them entertainment.
  • Provided daily meals each day and assisted with homework assignments children may have had.
  • Run errands, counting, assisted with educational learning activities and homework assignments.
  • Supervised the completion of children's homework assignments and other school projects.
  • Prepare meals, provide safe transportation, complete and proof homework assignments.
  • Tutored and helped children with all homework assignments to improve academic standing.
  • Help assist children with daily homework assignments and lessons.
  • Assisted children with homework assignments and school projects.
  • Developed class and homework assignments for the children.
  • Read to children and assisted with homework assignments.
  • Assisted and monitored the completion of homework assignments.

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5. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for the children; Monitored children's play activities to verify safety and wellness.
  • Established a safe play environment and organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles for the children.
  • Sanitized toys and play equipment, regulated children's rest periods and maintained a safe play environment.
  • Maintained a safe play environment for two boys between the ages of 3 to 5 years old.
  • Establish a safe play environment for the children, clean the play area daily.
  • Established, closely monitored, and maintained a safe play environment for the child.
  • Observed and monitored children's play activities to maintain a safe play environment.
  • Sanitized all toys and play equipment and maintained a safe play environment.
  • Maintain a safe play environment at all times.
  • Established a safe play environment for the child.
  • Oversee the establishment of a safe play environment.
  • Maintain a safe play environment for the kids.
  • Maintained a safe play environment, and communicated with child's parent about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling Established and maintained a safe play environment for the children.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children as well as encourage children to be understanding of others.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children Address behavioral and learning issues with parents and daycare management.
  • Maintained a safe play environment Assisted staff in daily routines of appropriate early childhood education and experiences.
  • Provide basic needs for infants and toddlers', maintain a safe play environment.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and outings Maintain a safe play environment Monitor and participate in children's play activities
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for the children Created daily lesson plans Child developmental training certifications

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6. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Communicated openly and effectively with clients about daily activities, behaviors, milestones, and accomplishments.
  • Create stimulating and enriching daily activities while maintaining a safe, organized and balanced environment.
  • Demonstrated positive reinforcement and discipline, reported daily activities and progress to parents.
  • Provided applied behavioral analysis techniques to help child participate in daily activities.
  • Communicated with children's parents regarding daily activities and behaviors.
  • Supervised, monitored a diabetic child during normal daily activities
  • Changed clothes appropriately according to weather and daily activities.
  • Provided meals, provided daily activities both fun and educational
  • Interacted daily with parents/guardians in daily activities.
  • Planned and facilitated daily activities including meals.
  • Plan and encourage participation of daily activities.
  • Supervised and planned daily activities and meals
  • Transition children calmly into daily activities.
  • Develop and reinforced daily activities.
  • Developed and integrated daily activities.
  • Maintained a clean, safe and comfortable environment for them, and kept parents up to date on their daily activities.
  • Welcome parents / guardians and their children with a smile and information about the daily activities as well as upcoming events.
  • Plan and execute daily activities focused around fine and gross motor skills, basic counting and numbers, colors and letters.
  • Labeled children's food, escorted children to school, helped children with homework and planned daily activities for children.
  • Assisted in daily activities for toddler age children, including reading, snacks, clean up, and play time.

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7. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Prepare and organize educational and recreational activities designed to develop children's psychological, emotional, behavioral, and social skills.
  • Contribute to maintaining an enriching and entertaining experience for members by organizing and implementing recreational activities.
  • Maintained a Child friendly environment by allowing frequent access to outdoor recreational activities.
  • Maintain a safe and organized environment while providing educational and recreational activities.
  • Prepared meals, assisted with homework, supervised household and recreational activities.
  • Ensured safety of children in off-site recreational activities including aquatic activities.
  • Engage children in a variety of educational and recreational activities.
  • Planned and provided nutritional meals, educational and recreational activities.
  • Conducted recreational activities for children following the completion of homework.
  • Coordinated and scheduled recreational activities inclusive of field trips.
  • Organize and participate in indoor and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Assisted children with personalized homework and organize recreational activities.
  • Organized and participated in any and all recreational activities.
  • Assisted children kindergarten through fifth in daily recreational activities.
  • Instruct participants in recreational activities and lead recreational activities.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities with children.
  • Organized and planned daily curriculum and recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in age appropriate recreational activities.
  • Coordinated Educational and Recreational activities for 3 young children
  • Provided recreational activities and instruction to children.

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8. Personal Habits

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Here's how Personal Habits is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Instructed the children on health and personal habits for such things as eating, resting and bathroom habits.
  • Teach and help children with health and personal habits such as eating and toilet habits.
  • Assist with personal habits such as eating, resting, bathing, and toilet habits.
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits to build self confidence and teach independence.
  • Assessed and educated children regarding daily nutrition, desirable health and personal habits.
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits, as well as biblical lessons.
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits of daily living.
  • Instructed children during meals, activities and personal habits.
  • Instructed child in health and personal habits including eating, resting and toilet habits.Clearly communicated to child in developmentally appropriate way.
  • Facilitate children with homework and school work Teach children with health and personal habits Prepare breakfast, lunch, and snacks
  • Recorded daily observations of behavior , eating habits , and personal habits of children.

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9. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Organized and engaged in recreational/in class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Led, and assisted class activities with children ranging from three months to five years old.
  • Monitored various age groups during class activities, nap, and recess.
  • Assist the student class activities and organizes materials for the teacher for group time.

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10. Daycare

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Here's how Daycare is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provided direct care to toddlers in a daycare setting while implementing a curriculum to produce intellectual and developmental skills
  • Cared for infant and preschooler before/after daycare during summer; including meals, transportation and bedtime preparation
  • Provided daycare for several families while following state regulations.
  • Maintained cleanliness and general appearance of daycare facility
  • Provided an educational and fun daycare experience.
  • Supervised entire daycare for overnight children.
  • Operated daycare facility in my home
  • Developed daily curricula for daycare children
  • Cook, Clean, Monitored children from ages Infant -8 Years old, circle time, outside play and closer of daycare
  • Provided transportation from daycare to home, served the children meals, read books and supervised play evenings and weekends.
  • Operated a licensed home daycare that provide full-time and part-time care for newborns, toddlers, and school aged children.
  • Provided daily care for multiple children of various ages both as a nanny and in a home daycare setting.
  • Developed early child hood programs to cater to children ages 0 - 5 years old for my daycare home.
  • Perform overall financial and operational tasks including ensuring Navy Child Development Home, Patch Hawaii, State daycare compliance.
  • Operated in-home daycare service to provide stimulating and creative learning environment for four children ages infant to 4 years.
  • Owned and Operated in home daycare, I kept 6 plus children and provided daily for each of them.
  • Provide care to children and infants in a daycare setting, including feeding, dressing, toiletry and entertainment.
  • Worked at a small town daycare as a Child Care Provider with children ages 6 months and up.
  • Owned and operated a successful home daycare operation serving children ages 6 weeks to 12 years of age.
  • Direct and coordinate activities of teachers at the daycare centers, schools, public agencies, or institutions.

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11. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Developed lesson plans and assisted children in daily learning activities that were developmentally appropriate.
  • Developed age appropriate lesson plans based on individual evaluations and observations of child.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans and completed educational modules.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans and learning activities.
  • Constructed educational instructions and daily educational lesson plans.
  • Research and create developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Implemented and executed daily educational lesson plans.
  • Prepare and teach elementary age-appropriate lesson plans.
  • Prepared lesson plans to incorporate games, activities and projects to enhance the learning experiences for preschoolers and school aged children.
  • Developed lesson plans per Department of defense standards as well as weekly meal plans and activities for the child care center.
  • Planned daily lesson plans, field trips, and activities for children ranging in age of six weeks through twelve years.
  • Developed lesson plans, enforced strict schedules, constructed USDA approved meal plans, maintained health fire and safety regulations 24/7.
  • Implemented lesson plans, special projects and exercises to increase cognitive skills, language, fine and gross motor skills.
  • Created weekly lesson plans and observed children in order to cater the learning environment to the needs of the children.
  • Developed all lesson plans, activities, and meals based on the requirements of the Family Child Care program.
  • Developed and implemented weekly lesson plans to promote the overall well-being of the children and families in my program.
  • Created lesson plans Taught lesson to first and second graders Interacted with children Communicated with parents Filled out incident reports
  • Prepared lesson plans according to established procedures utilizing child care management software (Minute Menu Kids Pro) daily.
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans under the Creative Curriculum with active participation from all members of the teaching staff.
  • Organized in learning activities and lesson plans, grammar and social skills provided breakfast lunch and afternoon snacks.

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12. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provided 2-4 year old children with different learning techniques to help prepare them for kindergarten.
  • Assisted head teacher with child care and daily activities for three year old children.
  • Create mentally stimulating and entertaining activities for newborns to 12 year old children.
  • Provided in home Child Care for 2 and 3 year old Children.
  • Provided child care for birth to 4 year old children.
  • Created and prepared art projects for two year old children.
  • Provided Full-time care for two 11 year old children.
  • Cared for a group of twenty, four-year-old children.
  • Cared for 5-6 infants and two year old children.
  • Supervised a classroom of 8-11 year old children
  • Job Duties: Teacher of 4 and 5 year old children.
  • Cared for a 2 years old and 1 year old children Prepared meals and performed educational activities.
  • Supervised 6 month to 2 year old children Lead children's activities and supervised play.
  • provided and maintained a safe and clean envirmonment for a classroom of 12-16 three year old children.

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13. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by encouraging positive behavior and healthy eating.
  • Support children's emotional/social development, encouraging understanding of others, positive self-concepts.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development, encouraging empathy and positive self-concepts.
  • Engaged children in age-appropriate activities, targeting educational and social development.
  • Developed activities to engage children in social development.
  • Provided safe, educational, and creatively nurturing environment for infants and toddlers including meals, social development and learning programs.
  • Observed and provided parents information and maintained reports on children's performances, behaviors, social development and physical health.
  • Assisted in designing a curriculum that promoted the physical, mental, emotional and social development of all attendees.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development while encouraging the understanding of others and positive self concepts.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development and informed parents or guardians of any potential problems.
  • Maintain a safe and healthy environment for play and exploration essential to emotional and social development.
  • Observed and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Engaged the children in age-appropriate games and activities to encourage their intellectual and social development.
  • Assist children ranging from 0-8 years of age with learning and social development.
  • Assisted with reading and speech development, child social development and daily activities.
  • Helped children learn and grow by guiding their behavior and social development.
  • Helped foster their social development and interactions with other children.
  • Promote learning, manners, and social development for children.
  • Provided guidance for child behavior and social development.
  • Facilitate physical, cognitive, and social development.

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14. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Maintained emergency contact information and received CPR and First Aid training/ facilitated community events/neighborhood activities/seminars.
  • Maintained necessary documentation for licensing as well as certifications including CPR.
  • Secured First Aid and CPR Certification; Renewed certifications annually.
  • Provided first aid and CPR, prevention of the spread of blood borne pathogens and access of emergency services as needed.
  • Provide care for children: infants up to age 13 -Encourage positive behavior -Manage conflicts -CPR certified by the American Red Cross
  • Completed all training required for CPR, first aid, safety and food handling required for promotion to civil service employee.
  • Provided child care in a university-operated center * Responsible for training and care of toddlers in classroom setting * Certified in CPR
  • Coordinated lesson plans and activities - Worked with children with disabilities and learning disorders - Certified in CPR and First Aid
  • Trained in every age group and certified in CPR, First Aid, Communicable Diseases, and Child Abuse recognition.
  • Uphold all CPR, 1st aid, and Kentucky state regulations for the protection of the children under my care.
  • Licensed child care provider through the Boise School District, passing the required background check and CPR/First Aid certification.
  • Trained in CPR, First Aid, therapeutic restraint, specialized training in sex abuse trauma and attachment issues.
  • Completed fifteen hours of training, per school year on topics such as Child Abuse, Malnutrition, CPR.
  • Obtained CPR, First Aid, Child Nutrition, Emergency Evacuation, and Safe Food Handling certificates.
  • Certified in CPR and First Aid, as well as experienced in Sickle Cell and Asthmatic care.
  • Highlight: I became Red Cross Certified in Child and Infant CPR and General First Aid.
  • Maintained a CPR and AED certification, which I have to maintain through-out my college career.
  • Required completed training in CPR, child abuse detection training, and full criminal background check.
  • State Licensed, CPR certified, First Aide Certified, and a Certified Nursing Assistant.
  • Observe children's behavior for irregularities and perform first aid or CPR when required.

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15. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Scheduled and coordinated daily activities and designed appropriate creative and educational activities.
  • Supervised children; assisted with homework, organized fun and educational activities.
  • Created and participated in daily recreational, social, and educational activities.
  • Maintained a child-friendly environment with access to outdoor and educational activities.
  • Established & nurtured positive learning environment and developed various educational activities.
  • Planned daily educational activities and outings encouraging an interest in learning.
  • Provided childcare and engaged children in age appropriate educational activities.
  • Planned and escorted children on various recreational and educational activities.
  • Organized and conducted daily recreational and educational activities for children.
  • Developed engaging and educational activities for the children daily.
  • Organized fun educational activities for them to participate in.
  • Transport and accompany children to educational activities and events.
  • Plan and lead educational activities including introductory academics.
  • Organized and executed all physical and educational activities.
  • Provided physical educational activities both indoors and outside.
  • Assisted with homework and created stimulating educational activities.
  • Supervised children's participation in daily educational activities.
  • Oversee completion of homework and other educational activities.
  • Constructed daily educational activities, storytelling and games.
  • Coordinated and implemented entertaining and educational activities.

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16. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Stimulate relationship building for children with special needs
  • Recommended students for special needs evaluation.
  • Provided aftercare for special needs children
  • Assisted children with special needs including those with Down Syndrome, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Visual Impairments and Emotional Impairments.
  • Provided home-based care and therapy for autistic children; designed special needs-related scheduling tools, created and taught learning games.
  • Supervised and provided care for children from ages 3 months to 9 years of age including children with special needs.
  • Cared for children of various ages from infant to school age by providing for their basic needs *Assisted special needs children
  • Instructed infant preschool-aged / special needs children in activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth.
  • Planned meals to include breakfast, lunch, snacks, and sometimes dinner as well as special needs.
  • Observed and managed care for children with special needs, and reported observations to psychologists and graduate students.
  • Involved in special needs care including physical and speech therapy for the 1 year old with cerebral palsy.
  • Assisted in the needs and care of an 8 yr old child with mild to severe special needs.
  • Homestead, FL Responsible for teaching specialized curriculum catered to children with various learning disabilities and special needs.
  • Supervised and assisted children with homework and daily assignments, and worked with special needs students as needed.
  • Experience working with infants, toddlers, adolescents, and teens; including some with special needs.
  • Assist families in identifying any special needs that their children have that are not currently being met.
  • Possess medical knowledge and experience, ability to care for children with and or without special needs.
  • Assisted therapist in physical and speech techniques for children with special needs and independently put into practice.
  • Communicate effectively and confidentially regarding special needs of children, or issues of a sensitive nature.
  • Worked with children with special needs including ADHD, Autism, Down Syndrome, and ADD.

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17. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provide client with bedside and personal care, provide housekeeping and sanitize home, prepare and maintained records.
  • Provided age appropriate activities, daily meals and any personal care needed in an educational and recreational context.
  • Provided personal care to children such as bathing, dressing, changing diapers, and homework assistance.
  • Assisted with personal care, meal preparation, housekeeping, as well as transport to scheduled appointments.
  • Set short and long term personal career goals, review them regularly and work to attain them.2.
  • Assisted with personal care needs to include bathing, dressing, changing, and feeding.
  • Provided personal care for all ages of children from birth through young adolescent.
  • Assisted him with personal care needs, meals, activities and transportation.
  • Provide physical and personal care for pediatrics, toddlers, and adolescents.
  • Prepared meals and personal care for children on an as needed basis.
  • Planned meals, completed laundry, housekeeping, and personal care needs.
  • Provided personal care, cooking, cleaning, activities and transportation.
  • Care included meals, personal care, and physical therapy.
  • Prepared and served meals, provided activities and personal care.
  • Supervised diabetic diet plans, assisted with personal care needs.
  • Provided direct personal care and safety to 9 toddlers.
  • Assisted with educational development, and personal care.
  • Helped with feeding and personal care of children.
  • Assisted with personal care and household cleaning.
  • Assisted children with personal care needs.

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18. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provided enriched and safe environment for children during their parents' attendance at workshops and meetings for organization advocating for affordable housing
  • Provided a safe environment for children while conducting educational activities, assisting with homework, preparing meals, and chaperoning daily activities
  • Provided age appropriate activities and educational instruction; Provided safe environment for learning; Communicated with parents as deemed necessary
  • Provided a caring and safe environment -Helped with homework -Prepared healthy snacks/lunch -Engaged in fun activities
  • Maintained a safe environment by allowing only authorized persons near children while remaining vigilant.
  • Prepared nutritious meals and provided engaging, stimulating activities while maintaining a safe environment.
  • Provided nurturing and safe environment while promoting positive reinforcement and emotional support.
  • Maintain a safe environment while providing age and developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Provided safe environment for 2-3 children-Practiced learning activities suitable for age groups
  • Maintained a safe environment and created developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Maintained a safe environment by monitoring children with daily activities.
  • Provided reliable child care and educational by maintained safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment based on established safety standards.
  • Maintained a safe environment by following policy and procedures.
  • Maintain a physically and emotionally safe environment for children.
  • Supervised children and infants ensuring a safe environment.
  • Provided an educational learning program to children from ages 6 weeks to 5 years of age in a clean, safe environment
  • Provide meals, recreation and other educational activities in a safe environment for children 6 weeks through 12 years of age.
  • Supervised the care of children ages of infants to 4years, dispensed medications as directed ensured a safe environment was maintained.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for 8+ children * Assisted with homework and provided exercise, snacks, and educational activities

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19. Daily Observations

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Here's how Daily Observations is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Keep records on individual children: daily observations, personal/contact information, preferred activities, foods/allergies, medications.
  • Keep records of individual children including daily observations and information about activities meal served in medications administrated.
  • Maintain detailed records of individual children, including daily observations and behavioral information.
  • Tracked and compiled daily observations and activities, meals and medication administration.
  • Recorded daily observations of the children and their behavior, monitoring patterns, and developing assessments.
  • Keep records of each child including daily observations; meals served diapers, and medication.
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and activities.
  • Keep records on individual children (1-2 year olds), including daily observations and information about activities and meals served.
  • Maintain detailed record of children, including daily observations and activities, meals served, and medicineadministered.
  • Keep record on daily observations, meals served and medications administerd.
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities,meals served,and medications administered.

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20. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Create and implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Planned & implemented age appropriate curriculum.
  • Create weekly schedule for children and appropriate curriculum to ensure children were safe, happy and engaging in activities.
  • Developed and supplemented age appropriate curriculum to meet the needs of children from infancy through 5 years of age.
  • Provided child care for children ages 0 to 12, and implement age appropriate curriculum for children.
  • Organized and prepared age appropriate curriculum, read to children and taught them simple educational skills.
  • Supported the classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of 12 preschoolers.
  • Created, prepared, and guided in age appropriate curriculum for group and individual activities.
  • Developed an age appropriate curriculum for children ranging from 6 weeks-7 years of age.
  • Developed age appropriate curriculum and activities to stimulate growth and learning of children.
  • Created and designed age appropriate curriculum to stimulate the minds of young children.
  • Developed and implemented age appropriate curriculum for children in my care.
  • Provided age appropriate curriculum for 3-5yrs.
  • Developed appropriate curriculum for ages 2-6.
  • Create age-appropriate curriculum and activities; menu planning; business bookkeeping; attend child care workshops and plan field trips,etc
  • Full time childcare professional Responsible for creating age appropriate curriculum for infants, toddlers, preschool aged and school aged children.

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21. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provide excellent customer service to clients *Follow curriculum and safety guidelines to promote an educational fun-filled learning environment.
  • Provided excellent customer service, assisted with customer concerns, and administered customer needs.
  • Maintain a level of excellence in customer service/professionalism to and for the parents/children.
  • Provided customer service and administrative functions to enhance office efficiency.
  • Provided quality customer service to meet and over exceed expectations.
  • Provided excellent customer service when resolving problems with parents.
  • Provide exceptional customer service skills to parents and/or caretaker.
  • Utilized excellent customer service skills to increase customer satisfaction.
  • Provided general assistance with customer service and administrative support.
  • Provided customer service to designers.
  • Registered new members, coordinate sign up roster for classes, provide customer service and reconcile receipts on a daily basis.
  • Manage book-keeping, advertising, correspondence, filing, phones, purchasing, customer service and other general office duties.
  • Provide high level customer service to club members' at the front desk and in all club functions
  • Assisted on a daily basis with answering phones, data entry, ordering supplies and customer service.
  • Engaged in planning, budgeting, coordinating, supervisory, administrative, and customer service activities.
  • Provided superior customer service to parents, giving daily communication letters of their child's achievements.
  • Provided great customer service skills to parents, maintaining several long term, outside nanny positions.
  • Answered over 30 calls a day while offering excellent customer service 5 days a week.
  • Care for children in classroom, cleaning of entire facility, provides excellent customer service.
  • Provide a high level of customer service in accordance with policies & guidelines of CCAP.

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22. Children S

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Here's how Children S is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provided care and an array of developmental and vocational tutoring to children suffering from cognitive disabilities.
  • Provided variety services for children such as fundamental educational programs, entertainment,
  • Promote children s emotional and communal development, encouraging understanding of others.
  • Helped children strengthen basic skills to improve social and emotional development
  • Maintained children safety, provided stimulating activities, prepared snacks
  • Managed and facilitated children s transportation.
  • Complete household tasks including: children s laundry, changing sheets, feeding animals, and keeping children s bathroom clean.
  • Operate in-home child care facility in accordance with Department of Family and Children Services (DFCS) and other state guidelines.
  • Position required crucial punctuality, keen alertness, and superior focus as I was responsible for one or more children simultaneously.
  • Created a safe and comfortable environment by carrying out daily activities to meet the children s physical and emotional needs.
  • Identified children showing signs of emotional, developmental or health-related problems, and discussed their issues with parents and guardians.
  • Fed and cared for children, changed children s diapers and soiled clothing, and administered first aid when appropriate.
  • Perform basic care and caregiver activities, used a wide range of teaching methods to enhance the children s ability.
  • Identified children showing signs of emotional, developmental, or health-related problems, and discussed them with the director.
  • Job duties include supervising children, preparing meals, providing for children s basic needs, and cleaning playrooms.
  • Make certain that all planned activities stimulate children s physical, mental, emotional and social growth and awareness.
  • Planned weekly activities for clients to stimulate the children s physical, emotional, intellectual, and social growth.
  • Age of children spans from newborn to 13 years and obligation ranges from 1 to 5 children simultaneously.
  • Organized activities and implemented curriculum that stimulated children s physical, emotional, intellectual, and social growth.
  • Maintain a clean area free of harmful objects or materials to keep children safe at all times.

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23. Encouraging Understanding

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Here's how Encouraging Understanding is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Assisted with children emotional and communal development, encouraging understanding of others and self-actualization.
  • Cared for children in private setting while supporting their emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Hold up children's emotional and communal development, encouraging understanding of others and optimistic self-concepts.
  • Worked closely with children and supported healthy emotional development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self concepts.
  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Promote children's emotional and communal development, encouraging understanding of others and self-actualization.

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24. Simple Painting

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Here's how Simple Painting is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Read to children and teach then simple painting, drawing, handcrafts and songs.
  • Directed children in activities such as simple painting, drawing and arts and crafts.
  • Read to child and taught him letters, numbers, simple painting, drawing, crafts, and songs.
  • Read to children and teach them simple painting, drawing, arts & craft, and music.
  • Read to children, and taught simple painting, drawing, and crafts.
  • Teach them simple painting, drawing, handcrafts, and songs.
  • Read to her and tought her simple painting, drawing, handicrafts, and songs.
  • Read and teach childrensimple painting, drawing, crafts and songs.
  • read to children and teach them simple painting,drawing,hand crafts, and song

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25. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Monitored indoor/outdoor playtime activities, potty training, counting and assisted with educational learning & homework assignments.
  • Feed children, put down for naps, diapers, potty training, and helped with whatever needed to be done.
  • Care for Several Young Infants, Toddlers, & Early School Age Diapering, Potty Training, Feeding, etc.
  • Provide hot meals, educational activities (according to age), playtime, and assist in potty training.
  • Provided drinks hourly, helped with potty training, fussiness, naps, cleaning the house, and dishes.
  • Encouraged potty training, self dressing, hand washing, brushing teeth, and other self help skills.
  • Plan daily activities including playtime, learning time, outside play, meal service and potty training
  • Changed children's soiled clothes, diapers, and assisted with potty training regularly.
  • Teach children counting, reading, painting, sing songs and potty training.
  • Assisted parents with concerns such as speech, growth, and potty training.
  • Offered potty training, learning activities, nutritious snacks and plenty of play.
  • Assisted in sanitary diaper changing, toilet procedures, and potty training.
  • Help children in basic learning, proper manners, and potty training.
  • Assisted with meals, potty training, and playtime & learning activities.
  • Will be teaching preschool, preschool activities, and potty training.
  • Prepare and serve nutritional meals, potty training and indoor/outdoor play.
  • Change diapers and help children with potty training and toilet needs.
  • Cooked cleaning activities, changed diapers helped with potty training.
  • Helped with changing diapers as well as encouraging potty training.
  • Monitored children while bathing and helped with potty training.

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26. Positive Self-Concepts

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Here's how Positive Self-Concepts is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Supported children's emotional and physical development encouraged healthy social interaction and communication among children and positive self-concepts.
  • Observed individual development and supported growth through positive self-concepts and the intentional understanding of others.
  • Encouraged understanding of others and helped child create positive self-concepts such as self-esteem
  • Encourage understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Developed and encouraged children to understand others positive self-concepts.
  • Support and encourage understanding of others and positive self-concepts.

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27. Rest Periods

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Here's how Rest Periods is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Prepared food items and served meals and refreshments, as well as regulated rest periods.
  • Prepared and served food and refreshments to the children and regulated rest periods when needed.
  • Read to children, changed diapers, helped with homework and regulated rest periods.
  • Help in preparing food and refreshments for the children and control rest periods.
  • Prepared meals, snacks, and control rest periods; administered medications.
  • Sanitize toys and play equipment and regulate children's rest periods.
  • Prepared and served meals for children and regulated rest periods.
  • Monitored rest periods and changed linen on sleeping cots.
  • Prepared and served food and regulated rest periods.
  • Assisted with meals Assisted with rest periods, arts and crafts.

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28. Developmental Problems

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Here's how Developmental Problems is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Identified any signs of emotional or developmental problems.
  • Assist children showing signs of emotional or developmental problems by discussing their behavior with their supervisor and parents.
  • Identified signs of expressive or developmental problems in brood and brought them to parent's attention.
  • Worked closely with each parent to formulate a clear description of any behavior and developmental problems.
  • support children's emotional and social developmental problems in children and bring them to parents attention.
  • Monitored signs connected with emotional and actual developmental problems along with inform day care management about these individuals.

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29. Physical Activity

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Here's how Physical Activity is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Encouraged physical activity, and provided activities to foster intellectual and emotional growth.
  • Created schedules to ensure that children have adequate physical activity, rest, food and intellectual stimulation.
  • Prepare daily schedule such as: physical activity time, lunch, nap, and group play.
  • Develop schedules and routines to ensure that child has enough physical activity, rest and playtime.
  • Key Role: Develop schedules and routines to ensure that children have enough physical activity, rest, and playtime.
  • Provide Activities,educational stimulation,Also,provide and encourge physical activity.

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30. Meal Prep

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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provided full-time care of two children including meal preparation and developmental learning activities - including etiquette.
  • Light housekeeping, meal preparation, and administering medications
  • Facilitate simple prescribed exercises and meal preparations.
  • Ensured adequate meal preparation and nutrition.
  • Provide full-time child care for an infant ranging from meal preparation, to diaper changing, facilitate learning by performing activities.
  • Performed housekeeping duties, such as laundry, cleaning, dish washing, changing of linens, and meal preparation.
  • Fulfilled chores within facility ranging from janitorial duties to classroom upkeep as well we occasional meal preparation for entire facility.
  • Provided Child Care for multiple families, Meal preparation, Child transportation, Light housekeeping, & Available on call.
  • Oversee the care of children under 13 yrs of age by assisting with meal preparation, cooking and Hygiene
  • Summer child care for two children, responsible for meal preparation, transporting to activities, and supervising chores
  • Prepare and serve healthy meals and snacks and, extra careful meal prep for children with food allergies.
  • Cared for basic health needs including, but not limited to meal preparation, following sleep schedule.
  • Provide assistance with daily needs, such as meal preparation, light housekeeping and bedtime routine.
  • Provided care to three children, consisting of meal preparation, doing activities with the children.
  • Job required meal preparation, homework assistance, maintaining order, and having a flexible schedule.
  • Provided supervision, group activities, assisted in teaching, meal prep and cleaning procedures.
  • Work days include education through games and song, meal prep and light cleaning duties.
  • Assisted baby with daily living activities: grooming, bathing, dressing & meal preparation.
  • Provide basic care to children including grooming and meal preparation, Providing transportation to school.
  • Assisted parents with meal preparation, washing dishes, and other basic housekeeping duties.

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31. Daily Routines

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Here's how Daily Routines is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provide children with constant supervision while reinforcing the daily routines established by the family, including extracurricular activities.
  • Organized interactive activity schedules and developed daily routines to entertain and educate children with hands on activities.
  • Provided daily activities and accomplish daily routines.
  • Facilitate daily routines, provide positive environment, and supervise the children's safety, nutrition, and activities.
  • Assist children with daily routines such as dressing, toileting, and daily meals.
  • Volunteered with children ages 3-4 years of age and assisted with their daily routines.
  • Help children with daily routines such as dressing, toileting, eating and sleeping.
  • Helped potty train, feed and keep documentation of daily routines throughout the daycare.
  • Organize and execute activities schedule, develop and reinforce daily routines.
  • Communicated with parents on daily routines children performed and daily meals.
  • Maintained a safe and comfortable environment for play and daily routines.
  • Trained staff in procedures and daily routines of nursing home.
  • Organized weekly schedules and daily routines.
  • Maintain daily routines of the center.
  • Develop and reinforce daily routines.
  • assisted with the daily routines in the daycare facility and provided children with educational and recreational actives
  • Developed and implemented daily routines infused with learning curriculums customized to different age groups.
  • Provided guidance, discipline, and activities for children s daily routines Responsibilities included pick-ups from school and various after school activities
  • Assisted children with daily routines such as toileting, staying sanitized, brushing teeth, dressing, eating, and sleeping.
  • Helped children with daily routines such as dressing, toileting, feeding, and preparing learning materials for developmental learning.

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32. Dress Children

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Here's how Dress Children is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Organize sterilize and store toys/equipment, Dress children, Help children with homework and school work.
  • Dress Children, change diapers and provide a warm and secure environment.
  • Dress children, change diapers, prepare food and serve meals.
  • Dress children and change diapers, laundry and changes as needed.
  • Clean and dress children along with newborn and infant sanitation.
  • Helped bathes, feed and dress children including infants.
  • Bathe and dress children for bedtime.
  • Feed, bathe, and dress children Attends to child s basic needs Observe and reports child s behavioral patterns
  • Provide monitoring, observing children's activities Dress children and change diapers Assist in preparing and serving meals and refreshments
  • Maintain a safe playenvironment.Dress children and change diapers.

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33. Leisure Activities

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Here's how Leisure Activities is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Organized and participated in various leisure activities.
  • Developed leisure activities for children; guided and assisted child in the development of proper eating, dressing and hygiene habits.
  • Organized and took part in leisure activities such as reading, painting, drawing, crafts, songs and outdoor activities.
  • Assisted children in leisure activities such as painting, drawing, handicrafts, reading, and songs.
  • Organized and take part in leisure activities such as games, crafts, comics, outings and exercise
  • Organized and took part in leisure activities such as games, crafts, reading, and exercise.
  • Organized and take part in leisure activities and games* Motivated children to pick up toys and play equipment
  • Organize and take part in leisure activities and assist children with homework and school work.
  • Monitored all educational and leisure activities, ensuring that they were all age appropriate.
  • Organize and take part in leisure activities, such as arts and crafts.
  • Provide various leisure activities which correlate to their interests.
  • Organize and take part in educational and leisure activities.
  • Organized leisure activities, games and television.

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34. Medical Appointments

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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Scheduled and escorted children to various medical appointments.
  • Read, taught simple painting, drawing, handcrafts, songs and accompanied them on outings and medical appointments.
  • Provide or arrange for transportation to and from medical appointments along with daily travel as needed.
  • Accompanied children to and from school, on outings, and to medical appointments.
  • Transported the child to and from activities and medical appointments.
  • Transported the kids to medical appointments and YMCA classes.
  • Take children on outings and to medical appointments
  • Take children to and from school, on outings, and to medical appointments Assist children with their homework
  • Transported children to and from school, on outings, and tomedical appointments.

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35. Tidy Activity Area

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Here's how Tidy Activity Area is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Organized toys and materials to ensure an arranged and tidy activity area.
  • Organize toys, materials and ensured a tidy activity area.
  • Organize toys and materials to ensure an arranged and tidy activity area.
  • Organized toys and materials to insure a tidy activity area.
  • Dress and groom children, and change diapers, organize toys and materials to ensure an arranged and tidy activity area.
  • Organize toys and materials to ensure an arranged no tidy activity area.

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36. Usda

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Here's how Usda is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provided care for children of military families in my home under USDA, Health and Safety and Fire Department guidelines.
  • Interacted with children and parents on a daily basis; planned activities; participated in the USDA Food Program.
  • Follow strict guidelines given by the Air Force, USDA, Public Health, and Fire Department.
  • Prepared USDA approved meals, planned outings, education, structured free play, and hygiene care.
  • Follow all USDA guidelines for providing healthy meals to each child or infant in my care.
  • Introduced children to a wide variety of foods following USDA requirements to support healthy growth.
  • Secured contracts with Cherokee Nation Tribe, USDA food program and Department of Human Services.
  • Maintain required records for county inspections, USDA food program, and general business transactions.
  • Fill out all paperwork for month end transactions and make copies for FCC and USDA.
  • Completed daily, weekly and monthly progress reports for USDA and children's portfolio's.
  • Create the class curriculum and the weekly menu based on EEC and USDA guidelines.
  • Worked with the USDA food program to develop and prepare healthy meals and snacks.
  • Enter all meals and snacks into a computer-based program for reimbursement from USDA.
  • Prepared nutritious lunches daily according to the USDA's guidelines for child nutrition.
  • Prepare nutritional food according to current USDA rules and regulations and personal needs.
  • Completed daily paperwork for agencies such as USDA and Bright From the Start.
  • Complied with USDA food program guidelines and nutritional requirements in preparing meals.
  • Worked with the USDA in Planning and Monitoring Healthy Snacks and Meals.
  • Maintained home in accordance with regulations & conformed to USDA meal provisions.
  • Develop, implement, and prepares nutritional meals following USDA guidelines.

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37. Basic Needs

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Here's how Basic Needs is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Handled each child's basic needs and ensured a hazard-free and sanitary environment.
  • Cared for the basic needs of two children ages one and five.
  • Supplied them with their basic needs and watched over them.
  • Facilitate play and ensure children's basic needs are met
  • Provide for basic needs such as feeding and diapering/toileting.
  • Provided care of basic needs of children.
  • Provide infant/ toddler with basic needs.
  • Attended to the basic needs of the children including: preparing bottles, feeding, changing diapers and supervising baths.
  • Care Provider Care for children by fulfilling their basic needs of feeding and changing when needed.
  • Provide Basic Needs for Two Children Take and Pick-up from School Bathe and Groom Children

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38. Daily Schedule

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Here's how Daily Schedule is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Organized a daily schedule with developmentally appropriate and engaging activities.
  • Organized daily schedules and extracurricular activities for various age groups.
  • Organized and facilitated a daily schedule of activities.
  • Provided early childhood education for children ages (0-12) by incorporating reading and learning activities in their daily schedules.
  • Organized and maintained children's daily schedules; provided emotional support to two at risk children in middle childhood
  • Put together a structured daily schedule that met the needs of the children as well for the parents.
  • Create daily schedules, plan nutritional meals/snacks, and maintain documents/records ensuring compliance with state and federal regulations.
  • Developed warm meaningful relationships with parents; may interpret information about daily schedule, activities, and procedures.
  • Helped prepare, arrange and maintain indoor and outdoor activity areas and materials to accommodate daily schedule.
  • Managed daily schedules and appointments for children, oversee house staff (cleaner & dog walker).
  • Adhere to a daily schedule, mornings I feed the kids breakfast and clean them up after.
  • Worked closely with parents to educate on children's milestones, education, and daily schedule.
  • Assisted with the management and maintenance of daily schedules for early learners and school aged children.
  • Enhanced time management by keeping my personal schedule as well as many children's daily schedules.
  • Created and implemented a daily schedule for homework, tutoring, meals, and leisure.
  • Provided care for children grades Kindergarten to fifth grade and planned daily schedules and activities.
  • Managed daily schedule, provided transportation as necessary, and ensured all appointments were met.
  • Establish and maintain a daily schedule for the children to encourage an educational environment.
  • Follow a stringent daily schedule to ensure the children's best interest was maintained.
  • Organized daily schedules to fit the needs of each individual child and family.

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39. Ensure Order

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Here's how Ensure Order is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Assisted in preparing and serving snacks for children Organized, sanitized and stored toys and materials to ensure order in play areas
  • Organize and store toys and materials to ensure order in activity areas.Sterilize bottles and prepare formulas Run errands for elderly clients
  • Organized and stored materials to ensure order in activity areas.
  • Organized and stored toys and materials to ensure order in activity areas for safety.
  • Organize and store toys and materials to ensure order in activity areas.
  • Organize and store toys and materials to ensure order in activity areas.

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40. ABC

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Here's how ABC is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Engage kids in different rhymes at YouTube, ABC Mouse and teach a preschool curriculum for their mental development.
  • Helped with ABC's and numbers on part-time schedule.
  • Read to children, and taught them songs, painting, drawing, ABC's and 123's.
  • Worked with the children with ABC's and numbers.
  • Teach colors, shapes, numbers ABC etc.
  • Read to children taught them ABCs, painting,crafts, lessons in hygiene and manners.
  • Provide meals for all children, daily projects Include teaching ABC's, numbers, colors.
  • watch children, bath and feed them, beginners school training (ABC, writing of name, spelling etc.)
  • care for infants/toddlers *feed children *bathe *nurture *protect *teach abc's, colors, alphabet
  • Cared for 2year olds recognizing shapes, colors, ABCs counting and recognizing name

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41. Small Children

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Here's how Small Children is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Prepared different groups of activities for the older children to work on * Duties with small children include restroom and feeding.
  • Care for at least three to four small children in my home, including my own child.
  • Provided care from one to five small children ranging in age from infant to 4 years old.
  • Provided care for small children including supervision, meal planning and preparation, diapering, etc.
  • Provided daily activities and meals and ensured the safety and well-being for two small children.
  • Total supervision of two small children for frequent business and personal parental trips.
  • Looked after several small children, cooked, and performed light housekeeping.
  • Assist with the daily needs of small children and some clerical work.
  • Provided in-home, State-registered childcare for up to 10 small children.
  • Organized daily activities to stimulate learning and creativity in small children.
  • Provided at home Child Care Services to two small children.
  • Assist with providing breakfast/lunch/snacks for 4-6 small children and infants.
  • Provided child care for small children in my home.
  • Provided safe and responsible care to small children.
  • Cared for and supervised two small children.
  • Care for two small children under the age of 5.
  • Cook, cleaned, and took care of small children.
  • maintain small children to ensure their safety while fulfilling fun and stable environment to learn and grown in
  • Cared for small children fulltime in own home.

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42. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Assist with homework, hand hygiene, cleaning/ maintenance, prepared meals, washed dishes and handle phone calls.
  • Front desk duties include: Checking in guests, answering phone calls, and making sales.
  • Completed office work, filing away papers, taking phone calls and recording messages etc.
  • Edited internal paperwork, made phone calls, faxed paperwork and maintained office contacts.
  • Perform general administrative duties, such as taking attendance and making appropriate phone calls.
  • Answer phone calls and set appointments for enrollment and/or tours of the facility.
  • Performed general administrative task, such as making phone calls and keeping records.
  • Maintain schedules as directed by parents, answer telephone calls and record messages.
  • Answered telephone calls regarding reservations, menu questions, and business transactions.
  • Assisted teacher with activities, trips, phone calls and billing.....
  • Answer phone calls, and assist and direct calls as needed.
  • Answered phone calls send assisted parents/potential parents with their needs.
  • Conducted follow-up phone calls and assessments with clients and mailing.
  • Take phone calls, assist with finances and bills.
  • Answered and transferred phone calls to the appropriate departments.
  • Answered telephone calls from prospective clients and provided interviews.
  • Answered telephone calls and booked courts for club members.
  • Receive or greet visitors and answer any phone calls.
  • Provide children with help for their homework and school work Answer, screen and transfer inbound phone calls Perform required administrative duties
  • Hosted children's parties Answered phone calls Responsible for marketing and advertising

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43. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Use systematic observation notes for developing age appropriate language arts activities.
  • Provided one-on-one assistance to improve the children's school grades in Mathematics, Science, and Language Arts.
  • Teach social skills, cognitive, and language arts activities, communication skills, large motor activities.
  • Assisted and tutored children in elementary level math and language arts.
  • Provided tutoring and homework help in subjects including math, science, language arts, and social studies.
  • Play time and active with exercises, language arts in English and Spanish.

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44. Nutritious Snacks

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Here's how Nutritious Snacks is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provided and served nutritious snacks and meals, changed, clothed and bathed children as needed.
  • Provided nutritious snacks and lunches as well as adequate equipment and activities as required.
  • Provided nutritious snacks and meals based on healthy food guidelines set forth by DHS.
  • Supervised play activities, homework, and prepared nutritious snacks and meals.
  • Planned and provided nutritious snacks and meals in accordance with dietary restrictions.
  • Make nutritious snacks and meals for various numbers of children.
  • Provided children with healthy nutritious snacks and meals.
  • Arranged and prepared for/served nutritious snacks and meals.
  • Supplied nutritious snacks to all after school children
  • Provide nutritious snacks and meals as needed
  • Provided children with nutritious snacks daily.
  • Prepare and serve appetizing and nutritious snacks for the children, following any dietary restrictions.
  • Prepare nutritious snacks and meals Entertain children with outdoor activities and games
  • Prepared, served and cleaned up nutritious snacks and meals.
  • Prepare nutritious snacks for children.Dress, groom, change diapers on children; Disinfect toys, tables,chairs and floors.
  • Cared for and supervised school age children Help children with homework and school projects; Prepare and served nutritious snacks and meals

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45. Toilet Training

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Here's how Toilet Training is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Help to teach toilet training and talking as well as teach shapes, colors and objects such as animals.
  • Handled basic meal preparation and maintained proper hygiene of child, including baths, diaper changing and toilet training.
  • Help guide children with life building skills like hand washing, toilet training, brushing teeth etc.
  • Help children establish good habits of personal hygiene, change diapers and assist in toilet training.
  • Instruct children on performing personal hygiene such as toilet training, washing hands, and bathing.
  • Help children establish good habits, change diapers and assist with toilet training.
  • Assist with meal preparation, feeding, and toilet training.
  • Assist in toilet training for children 18 months and up.
  • Assisted in toilet training, dressing, and grooming.
  • Assist with toddlers in toilet training.
  • Assisted with toilet training children.
  • Assisted children in toilet training.
  • Assisted in successful toilet training.
  • Assist students with toilet training, dressing, tying shoes, etc.
  • Provided Care and Nutrition Toilet training Language Acquisition Skills Activities Mental and Physical

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46. Food Preparation

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Here's how Food Preparation is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Provided daily child care that included school work, bathing, food preparation, clothing, hygiene, recreation.
  • Provided care for children ages 6 months through 10 years, including transportation, food preparation, and homework assistance
  • Managed all essential aspects of home care including, emotional support, food preparation and supervised play.
  • Performed food preparation and service handling, as well as basic facility upkeep.
  • Provided total care including food preparation and feeding, bathing, etc.
  • Assisted with household management including cleaning, food preparation and laundry.
  • Assist in learning activities, craft projects and food preparation.
  • Assist in food preparation and ensure food safety.
  • Light housecleaning and food preparation.
  • Supervised and interact with children during activities and learning time Help during food preparation and distribution
  • Handled food preparation ie bottles, lunches, snacks.
  • Care for children Light cleaning and food preparation
  • Provided healthy food preparation and served meals Monitored during recreational activities Reported daily progress to parents
  • Provided age appropriate activities Excellent service included light cleaning, food preparation, etc Transported children to activities
  • Provided care for numerous children - Food Preparation - Made sure homework was done.
  • Organized play and day care rooms Provided tutoring on homework assignments to elementary students Provided food preparation Maintained clean day care environment

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47. OWN Clothing

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Here's how OWN Clothing is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Helped children develop habits of caring for own clothing, picking up and putting away toys.
  • Promote positive behavior through activities such as caring for own clothing and cleaning behind self.
  • change their own clothing, pick-up toys, and books after activities)
  • Recommend or initiate other measures to control behavior, such as caring for own clothing and picking up toys and books.
  • Recommend or initiate other measures to control behavior, such as caring for own clothing and picking up toys and books.
  • Help children develop habits of caring for own clothing and picking up and putting away toys and books.

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48. Emotional Development

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Here's how Emotional Development is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Supported in the development of arts and craft activities, and social-emotional developmentally appropriate.
  • Strengthen families by promoting children's healthy physical, cognitive and social-emotional development.
  • Maintain an environment which promotes physical, mental and emotional development.
  • Consulted with parents once a week to discuss healthy social and emotional developments and to address any misbehavior.
  • Apply knowledge of child development to all play activities to enhance and promote cognitive, physical and emotional development
  • Interacted with children in a way which conveys respect and nurturing while supporting social and emotional development.
  • Supported the social and emotional development of children, scheduled play activities, and provided daily feeding.
  • Use creative skills to help with physical and emotional development.
  • Teach and discuss the following educational content areas: literacy, math, social studies, science and social-emotional development.
  • Managed all aspects of the program, including physical,intellectual, social, and emotional development.

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49. Educational Games

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Here's how Educational Games is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Developed and facilitated educational games and learning activities to improve reading skills and foster artistic and musical expression.
  • Organized and participated in educational games and activities.
  • Planned educational games and tasks/activities.
  • Create and implements daily lesson plans and age appropriate activities such as taking bi-weekly trips and playing educational games.
  • Organize fun and educational games, and plan outdoor activities such as walking to the local playground.
  • Entertained with educational games/puzzles/drawing, prepared food, bathed and read to the 3 year old.
  • Provided educational games, helped with feeding and cleaning such as diaper change for an infant.
  • Provided educational games, diaper changing and bathing, cooking and feeding for an infant.
  • Provided toddler educational games and activities, prepared toddler bath before and nap period.
  • Monitored play activities, entertained children by reading and played educational games with them.
  • Created engaging age appropriate activities such as arts and crafts and educational games.
  • Provided group activities as well as educational games; overall program planner.
  • Organized activities to aid in cognitive development through educational games and play.
  • Provided healthy meals and snacks, play time and educational games.
  • Read books with child as well as assisted with educational games.
  • Fed, cleaned and played educational games while in my care.
  • Provided lunch, educational games, nap, and snacks.
  • Provided love and educational games to stimulate their daily learning.
  • Scheduled daily activities and educational games for ages K-12.
  • Entertained the child by playing educational games with them.

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50. Fun Activities

low Demand
Here's how Fun Activities is used in Child Care Provider jobs:
  • Planned and implemented various educational, developmentally appropriate and fun activities for each individual child's age and ability.
  • Cared for children the ages of 1month-11years old, Provided learning and fun activities, Prepared and served them breakfast and lunch
  • Created lesson plan to continue fostering education; while planning fun activities for summer.
  • Created weekly educational and fun activities to keep children engaged while under my care.
  • Prepared meals, supervised, and taught the children fundamental skills through fun activities.
  • Created fun activities and read stories to the children in my care.
  • Facilitated fun activities using indoor and outdoor games and field trips.
  • Created educational and fun activities for children ages 0-12 yrs.
  • Conducted creative and fun activities to keep the children entertained.
  • Plan educational and fun activities age appropriate for children.
  • Interacted with children; Organized fun activities and games.
  • Provide care and fun activities for young children.
  • Watch children and provide safe and fun activities.
  • Prepared fun activities to entertain the children.
  • Prepared fun activities and helped with homework.
  • Provided child with fun activities.
  • Provided children with fun activities.
  • Enrich young children through educational curriculums and learning objectives into fun activities.
  • Assisted pre-school teacher to carry out educational and fun activities throughout the day for the children.
  • Cared for a one-year-old child two to three times per week Developed fun activities to play

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20 Most Common Skill for a Child Care Provider

Childcare Provider37.5%
Nutritious Meals15.5%
Child Care12%
Homework Assignments6%
Safe Play Environment4.7%
Daily Activities2.9%
Recreational Activities2.5%
Personal Habits2.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Child Care Provider

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Childcare Provider
Childcare Provider
33.1%
33.1%
2
2
Nutritious Meals
Nutritious Meals
13.7%
13.7%
3
3
Child Care
Child Care
10.5%
10.5%
4
4
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
5.3%
5.3%
5
5
Safe Play Environment
Safe Play Environment
4.2%
4.2%
6
6
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
2.5%
2.5%
7
7
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
2.2%
2.2%
8
8
Personal Habits
Personal Habits
1.9%
1.9%
9
9
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.8%
1.8%
10
10
Daycare
Daycare
1.8%
1.8%
11
11
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
1.7%
1.7%
12
12
OLD Children
OLD Children
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Social Development
Social Development
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
CPR
CPR
1.1%
1.1%
15
15
Educational Activities
Educational Activities
1%
1%
16
16
Special Needs
Special Needs
1%
1%
17
17
Personal Care
Personal Care
0.9%
0.9%
18
18
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.9%
0.9%
19
19
Daily Observations
Daily Observations
0.8%
0.8%
20
20
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.7%
0.7%
22
22
Children S
Children S
0.7%
0.7%
23
23
Encouraging Understanding
Encouraging Understanding
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Simple Painting
Simple Painting
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Potty Training
Potty Training
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Positive Self-Concepts
Positive Self-Concepts
0.5%
0.5%
27
27
Rest Periods
Rest Periods
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
Developmental Problems
Developmental Problems
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Physical Activity
Physical Activity
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Daily Routines
Daily Routines
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
Dress Children
Dress Children
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Leisure Activities
Leisure Activities
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Medical Appointments
Medical Appointments
0.3%
0.3%
35
35
Tidy Activity Area
Tidy Activity Area
0.3%
0.3%
36
36
Usda
Usda
0.3%
0.3%
37
37
Basic Needs
Basic Needs
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Daily Schedule
Daily Schedule
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Ensure Order
Ensure Order
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
ABC
ABC
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Small Children
Small Children
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Language Arts
Language Arts
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Nutritious Snacks
Nutritious Snacks
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Toilet Training
Toilet Training
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
OWN Clothing
OWN Clothing
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Emotional Development
Emotional Development
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Educational Games
Educational Games
0.2%
0.2%
50
50
Fun Activities
Fun Activities
0.2%
0.2%

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