Floater Teacher

Top Floater Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Floater Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Floater Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 41.0% of Floater Teacher resumes contained Child Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Floater Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Floater Teacher resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Child Care

high Demand
Here's how Child Care is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Operate the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards, and Follow Employee and Policy Handbooks.
  • Address parent's concerns about their child Care for child & their needs Work with Co-teacher to do curriculum
  • Become familiar with the Child Care program and believe in the worth of its goals and purposes.
  • Assisted in various childcare classrooms as assigned, following school and child care regulations.
  • Provided developmentally appropriate child care for children 6 months to 12 years old.
  • Demonstrated child care skills for age's newborn-8 as needed.
  • Provided support in all facets of child care.
  • Clean and provide child care.
  • Prepared lesson plans and provided child care Services (infants-8 years of age)
  • Summer employment in a child care center Graduate Thesis UNCG.
  • Provided child care for infants through elementary age Facilitated learning activities and craft projects Supervised field trips

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2. Different Rooms

high Demand
Here's how Different Rooms is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Scheduled in different classrooms, breaking teachers, teaching different kids in different rooms from ages 16months-12years old.

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3. Lesson Plans

high Demand
Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Improved student academic achievements by revising lesson plans according to student development.
  • Created developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Create and direct lesson plans for 2-6 year old preschoolers, story and music movement, indoor and outdoor play.
  • Create lesson plans to ensure the utilization of play, art, and social interactions.
  • Cooperated with lead teachers and helped create lesson plans and maintain classroom organization.
  • Created daily lesson plans for activities.
  • Created effective lesson plans that engaged.
  • Developed tutoring and lesson plans.
  • Construct lesson plans for toddlers the age of 14 months to 2 years.
  • Created developmentlly appreciate lesson plans.
  • Translated lesson plans into learning experiences so as to best utilize the available time for instruction.
  • Worked with children ages 6 weeks-6 years Created lesson plans/activities to enhance children's development
  • Prepared lesson plans; managed classroom of (12) 3-4 year olds.
  • Followed through on daily lesson plans Enhanced students learning through hands on activities.
  • Plan and execute lesson plans 1.
  • Prepared lesson plans and daily routine activities for preschool children Assisted elementary school children with homework Prepared and served meals
  • Supervised children from ages six months to six years Created and implemented lesson plans Provided safe and clean environment for children
  • Helped create activities for children in the classroom Helped create and implement lesson plans for children Engagement and redirection
  • Assisted with learning activities -Maintained order in a busy environment -Created weekly lesson plans -Documented behavior
  • Care giver to children Obtained a clean and organized work space Held conferences with parents Put together lesson plans

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4. Appropriate Curriculum

high Demand
Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflects observations and goals of individual children.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Planned, adapted and schedule age appropriate curriculum involving various activities to stimulate children's cognitive skills, abilities and development.
  • Planned age appropriate curriculum using weekly themes.
  • Supported 7 classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of 300+ preschoolers.
  • Worked with variety of teachers and management on age appropriate curriculums.
  • Assist in creating and implementing age appropriate curriculum.

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5. Daily Activities

high Demand
Here's how Daily Activities is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Provided guiding, teaching, curriculum, environment and daily activities developmentally appropriate for preschool children.
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Provided the students with both individual and group assistance on their daily activities using different methods of instruction and learning sets.
  • Foster effective, ongoing communication with parents by providing verbal reports and written notes on children's daily activities.
  • Assist teachers with daily activities including: lessons, curriculum, feeding, toilet training and following routines.
  • Assisted daily activities with infants and toddlers diaper changing, feeds, playing, keep accurate record charts.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Help teachers with daily activities, stock supplies, and help assist in the kitchen.
  • Develop daily activities for the school age to teach independence and the importance of routine.
  • Assisted lead teach with daily activities, floating to different classrooms throughout the day.
  • Applied primary teacher's daily activities, lessons, and policies in the classroom.
  • Assist teachers in planning and preparing for daily activities.
  • Help prepare daily activities/ lessons for children.
  • Aided children ages 3-5 in daily activities.
  • Guide children through daily activities and curriculum.
  • Maintained a schedule for daily activities.
  • Assisted lead teacher with daily activities.
  • Assist Them with their daily activities such as Sing A long, Alphabets, Counting Numbers and etc.
  • Assisted teachers with daily activities Provided clerical support to the school.
  • Substituted for lead teachers Facilitated daily activities Problem solved on a case by case basis

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6. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

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7. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted Teachers with classroom management and provided consistent supervision through classroom.
  • Implemented positive classroom management strategies.
  • Teach and supervise children age 8weeks to 6yrs and assist all center faculty with activities and classroom management.
  • Assisted head teachers with classroom management for children aged 3-6.
  • Applied classroom management skills and curriculum knowledge.
  • Assissted lead teachers with classroom management and supplies.
  • Assist infant teachers in classroom management Classroom coverage for breaks and missing staff Participation in planning and committees
  • general janitorial work diapering/toileting food serving classroom management break giving paperwork runner lesson planning

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8. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Organized community service projects for children ages five to 12 years; Developed age-appropriate art projects and lessons;
  • Utilized to cover breaks, assist with art projects and moves from classroom to classroom as needed.
  • Facilitated art projects to increase fine motor skills as well as shape and color recognition.
  • Helped the teacher with lesson plans, the curriculum and art projects.
  • Conceptualized art projects for each age group while taking into account the different developmental stages.
  • helped with art projects,read books i brought in,would do my marionette puppets and animated puppet.

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9. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed the weekly music classes for two- and three-year old children.
  • Implement lesson to 2 year old children.
  • lead teacher for classroom of 3-5 year old children.

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10. Potty Training

high Demand
Here's how Potty Training is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Introduced life skills to children such as potty training, expressing emotions, potty training, reading and writing.
  • Supervised children ages 6 weeks to 12 yrs old, daily attendance, assisted in potty training.
  • Light meal preparation, diaper changes, some potty training, and light cleaning duties.
  • Assist kids with potty training as well as helping with their sensory skills
  • Help with potty training and diaper changes.
  • Assisted staffmembers with numerous household cleaning as needed.-Taught children to use the restroom (potty training) and changing diapers.
  • Assist children with potty training and/or diaper changes*Attentively monitor children during free play inside and outside of the classroom .
  • Worked closely with three year olds planning structured daily activities, potty training, behavior observation etc.
  • Maintained schedule, including naptime, outside time, class time & potty training
  • Assisted Teachers with lesson plans and other duties assigned Changed diapers and assisted with potty training Served meals Greeted parents

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11. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Identified student needs and cooperated with other professional staff members in assessing and helping students solve attitude and learning problems.
  • Provided support for children from two to five years old in classrooms when staff members were absent.
  • Coordinate with other staff members and contribute new and innovative thoughts and ideas during staff meetings.
  • Work with multiple different staff members and children of various ages as needed and when needed.
  • Assisted in the daily preparation of food for over 120 children and staff members.
  • Directed new staff members in the policies and procedures of the center.
  • Collaborated with other staff members and planning teams.
  • Communicated daily with parents and staff members.
  • Worked as floating support teacher giving scheduled breaks and assistingstaff members in daily activities, including administration/office tasks.
  • Maintained a cooperative attitude toward working together with the teacher, teacher assistant, volunteers, and all other staff members.

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12. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Led a classroom of Pre-K students in the Summer Camp program, and then working as a teacher substitute and floater.
  • Worked with children in Early head Start, Pre-K, Head start, School-aged children as well.
  • Worked as a substitute teacher in all classrooms when needed (Infants to Pre-K)
  • Supervised and disciplined Pre-K and Preschool children as well as implementing age appropriate activities.
  • Substitute taught in classrooms (2.5 years to Pre-Kindergarten).
  • Supervised children in Pre-K, Preschool and Toddler classrooms.
  • Lead teacher for infant, pre-k, toddler, and school age classrooms as necessary.
  • Helped attend to the infants or pre-k children in the daycare center as needed.
  • Help out pre-k and get them advanced and ready for kindergarten.
  • Assist infant, preschool, pre-K and after-school teachers in classroom duties
  • Provide pre-K education and Activities in a safe and nurturing Atmosphere.
  • Provided instruction and support in three pre-k classes of 16 students.
  • Worked with children from Pre-k to kindergarten creating art projects.
  • Assisted in toddler, preschool, pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classrooms.
  • Supervised and worked with age groups infants through Pre-k.
  • Substitute for pre-k teachers when they are absent.
  • Assisted teachers in organizing and implementing activities, lessons, and meals Participated in and encouraged physical activities with pre-K students
  • Monitored infants through pre-k. Would teach, provide basic perineal care.
  • Floated between 3 schools Infant to pre-k
  • Floated between rooms to relieve teachers for breaks Supervised the pre-k room daily Organize and sanitize rooms daily

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13. Safe Play Environment

high Demand
Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Encouraged good behaviors, established a safe play environment, instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Maintain a safe play environment.

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14. CPR

high Demand
Here's how CPR is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Obtained my Red Cross and NENY Safety & Health Council for Adult and Pediatrics First Aid and Adult Pediatric/Aid CPR certificates.
  • Received training in first aid and adult, child, and infant CPR.
  • Received updated CPR and First Aid Certification.
  • Obtained certification in child care and CPR.
  • Certified and current in CPR training.
  • Trained in child safety, CPR, and first aid.
  • Completed CPR ,AED, Basic First Aid for adult, child and infants.
  • Lead Infant/Toddler & Lead Preschool Teacher certified First Aid/CPR certified Fulfill duties of the lead teacher when in the classroom

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15. Recreational Activities

average Demand
Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and outings, such as games and field trips.
  • Engaged in recreational activities with children such as games and outdoor activities.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.
  • Assist with recreational activities that promote wellness and growth, preparation for school Assisted with teacher breaks and helped where needed

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16. Infant Room

average Demand
Here's how Infant Room is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Floated from infant room, toddler room to preschool, depending on where I was needed that day.
  • Work and the infant room with infants.
  • Job Description: -assist teachers in all age rooms when needed -currently working in the infant room caring for infants

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17. Customer Service

average Demand
Here's how Customer Service is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Managed wide variety of customer service and administrative tasks to resolve customer issues quickly and efficiently.
  • Focused on customer service and always maintained positive communication with customers.
  • Provided excellent customer service, and kept a professional attitude communicating with teachers, parents and kids.
  • Provide excellent customer service to existing and prospecting clients.
  • Handled customer service with parents.
  • Experience in Disinfecting and Allergy Awareness Customer Service
  • Teach students Customer service Help out where I am needed

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18. Special Needs

average Demand
Here's how Special Needs is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Identified special needs of students; collaborated with director to initiate Individual Educational Plan (IEP)
  • Worked directly with special needs students to increase & support individual goals.
  • Helped wherever needed/ worked in infant room with special needs children
  • Make accommodations as needed for children with special needs.
  • Supported classroom teachers*Taught 3-5 year old level*De-escalated and re-engaged special needs students
  • Create special classroom accommodations for children with special needs (i.e.

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19. Safe Environment

average Demand
Here's how Safe Environment is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain adequate supervision of students Wrote age appropriate lesson plans Maintained safe environments
  • Ensured that each child received and outstanding experience by providing a friendly, safe environment.
  • Prepared rooms for learning and maintained a clean and safe environment for children.
  • Work together with staff to provide a safe environment where children can learn.
  • Provided a comfortable, loving and caring safe environment for the children.
  • Created a safe environment for school-age students during after school hours.
  • Prepared lunch and maintained clean and safe environment for children development.
  • Schedule daily classroom activities and create a safe environment for children.
  • Collaborated with co-teachers to create a nurturing and safe environment.
  • Followed state regulations to provide a safe environment.
  • Maintained clean and safe environment for children.
  • Create a fun safe environment for children.
  • Maintained a childproof safe environment.
  • help provide a safe environment for children.
  • Provide breaks for classroom teachers Provide a safe environment for students Taught students basic academics
  • Play while teaching childrenProvide a safe environment for childrenLead by example.$22,755.43/month 10 hrs/day for 4 days/week

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20. Social Development

average Demand
Here's how Social Development is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by adapting communication tactics for differing client needs.
  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Create and lead instructional activities focused on physical mental and social development.
  • Organize and lead activities designed to promote gross motor, fine motor skills, language, cognitive and social development.
  • Observed and evaluated children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Help with the emotional, physical, and social development of children.
  • Help where needed, create a safew and secure environment, create bonds and social development, etc.

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21. Personal Habits

average Demand
Here's how Personal Habits is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.

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22. Open Communication

average Demand
Here's how Open Communication is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Followed weekly curriculum, kept open communication with parents and co-workers.
  • Maintain daily open communication with parents and confidentiality.
  • Participate in open communication with parents.
  • Provide open communication with parents and families in an atmosphere of mutual trust and respect.
  • Maintain open communications with peer staff, parents, supervisors and students.
  • Provided daily sheets for parents as well as open communication.
  • Maintain open communication with children, staff and parents.
  • Open communication with parents and fellow employees.
  • Maintained an open communication with parents in person and through Lifecubby software.

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23. Daily Observations

average Demand
Here's how Daily Observations is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medications administered.
  • Organized and filed all children records including daily observations, and information about activities, meals served, and medication administered.

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24. Diaper Changes

average Demand
Here's how Diaper Changes is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Charted each infant's daily routine which included timing of feedings, naps, diaper changes and activities of the day.
  • Attended to the needs of the students, including diaper changes and injuries.
  • Assisted with feeding and diaper changes of the infants and toddler aged children.
  • Managed feeding and diaper changes as needed.

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25. Small Groups

average Demand
Here's how Small Groups is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Read books to entire classes or small groups.

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26. Personal Care

average Demand
Here's how Personal Care is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Assist with reading, nap time, personal care and cleaning.
  • Analyze and implement curriculum and standards Supervise and educate children Perform personal care of children Effective communication with families and staff

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27. Phone Calls

average Demand
Here's how Phone Calls is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Assist in office work including filing, recording attendance, answering phone calls, making photo copies and preparing notices.
  • Performed general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Answer and transfer incoming phone calls.

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28. Basic Needs

average Demand
Here's how Basic Needs is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in adhering to the basic needs of children, including diaper changing, bottle/solid food feedings, etc.
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and changing their diapers.
  • Provide a stimulating classroom Provide children their basic needs
  • Assist children with their basic needs 5.

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29. Letter Recognition

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Here's how Letter Recognition is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Teach basic skills such as colors, shapes, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene and social skills.
  • Developed activities to develop language, vocabulary, letter recognition, numbers, colors and shapes, and storytelling.
  • Facilitated development of social/emotional skills, writing, math, phonics, letter recognition.
  • Implemented activities to strengthen letter recognition and to enhance problem-solving, writing, and pre-reading skills.

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30. Imaginative Play

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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Provide a variety of materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate and use during learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Employed a variety of material for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Accredited by National Association for the Education of Young Children(NAEYC) Engaged children with learning activities and imaginative play.

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31. Free Play

low Demand
Here's how Free Play is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Educate the children with planned curriculum, meals, and free play.
  • Free play and outside play daily

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32. New Things

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Here's how New Things is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Sparked creativity and imagination by helping children discover new things each day.
  • Demonstrated problem solving skills/ability to learn new things quickly.

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33. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Directed educational activities with the children engaging their different levels of learning.
  • Develop and plan educational activities for children to promote learning and understanding.
  • Organized games and other educational activities.
  • Change diapers, serve lunch, follow educational activities and put the children down for a nap.
  • Stimulated children's brain through art, song and educational activities.
  • Like them have free time and doing fun and educational activities.

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34. Developmental Problems

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Here's how Developmental Problems is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Identify signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring them to parents' or guardians' attention.
  • Identified early signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and brought them to the parents' attention.
  • Identified signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and reported to parents.
  • Carefullyidentified warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.

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35. Meal Prep

low Demand
Here's how Meal Prep is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted with meal prep and distribution
  • Prepare SnackLight Cleaning Head Toddler TeacherAssist with meal Prep
  • Assisted teachers with work and with materials needed Worked with the children during activities and structured play Assisted with meal preparation

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36. Simple Painting

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Here's how Simple Painting is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Read to children, and teach them simple painting, drawing, handicrafts, and songs.

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37. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Help kept the kids healthy and safe, assist with homework, and work with different age groups of kids
  • Serve as an assistant or lead teacher when needed, with all age groups six weeks to twelve years.
  • Worked as floating teacher to all age groups (infant to 5 yrs old).
  • Worked with a variety of children, age groups and developmental levels
  • Experience with all age groups ranging from infant to school age.
  • Create fun and exciting learning environment for multiple age groups.
  • Monitored different age groups of kids throughout the day.
  • Float to other age groups on a need basis.
  • Worked with multiple age groups promote social-emotional well-being.
  • Teach and supervise children of all age groups.
  • Interact with children of all age groups.
  • Worked with various age groups.
  • Worked with all age groups.
  • Experience with all age groups.
  • Worked with different age groups,fix and served lunch, nap time, trip planning, supervision outside
  • Worked with kids of different age groups right from pre-toddlers to 3rd graders.
  • provided primary care for infants; fulfilled additional assignments with toddlers and other age groups experienced in closing site
  • Assist teaching staff with daily tasks Work with children of different age groups Open and close class rooms
  • Worked with many age groups Assisted teachers of various age groups Helped with feeding lunch Insured a safe and healthy environment

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38. Basic Care

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Here's how Basic Care is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Provide diverse basic care needs, including supplying proper nutrition, performing cleaning duties and helping with behavioral issues.
  • Provide basic care and caregiving activities.
  • Helped with homework/schoolwork -Changed diapers, did feeding, basic caretaking

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39. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences, completed academic assessments, compiled progress reports and portfolios.
  • Prepared assessments; conducted parent-teacher conferences; collaborated with teachers.
  • Prepared reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Coordinated Parent-Teacher Conferences with the families to discuss child's progress and developmental skills.
  • Helped facilitate indoor and outdoor play, parent-teacher conferences and keeping the classroom clean.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences 3 times during the school year.

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40. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Worked closely with families to develop positive relationships.
  • Maintained positive relationships with parents and families.
  • Managed positive relationships with children and parents.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners.

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41. Developmental Activities

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Here's how Developmental Activities is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Redesigned classroom to properly promote areas of developmental activities.
  • Instruct and supervise children in social and developmental activities, help feed and change diapers if needed.
  • Supervised circle time, free play, outside play and learning and developmental activities.

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42. Proper Health

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Here's how Proper Health is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.

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43. Assistant Teacher

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Here's how Assistant Teacher is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Help the lead and assistant teacher with the children and keeping the children entertained; mostly in toddler and infant rooms.
  • Started as substitute teacher, moved to floater (full-time substitute), and later to Assistant Teacher.
  • Worked as an assistant teacher in both the Infant and toddler classrooms for the summer.
  • Come into different classrooms to relieve the lead or assistant teacher for lunch.
  • Be assistant teacher from afternoon til close in one room.

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44. Appropriate Records

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Here's how Appropriate Records is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Administered medications and kept appropriate records.
  • Evaluated students' academic and social growth, kept appropriate records, and prepared progress reports.
  • Keep all appropriate records such as attendance and time sheets.

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45. Different Activities

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Here's how Different Activities is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Teach kids different activities to gain the knowledge that they need provided.
  • Monitored the children during different activities throughout the day.
  • Help different classrooms with different activities.

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46. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted as a floater for Goddard, worked with all ages in different classroom settings.
  • Substituted in a classroom setting as a teacher for children 1yrs-6yrs old.
  • Demonstrate leadership in the classroom setting.
  • Maintained order in a classroom setting.

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47. Individual Basis

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Here's how Individual Basis is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated openly with children on individual basis in a pleasant manner.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis in a pleasant manner.

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48. Emotional Development

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Here's how Emotional Development is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Implement developmentally appropriate activities using play to promote cognitive, physical, and social emotional development.
  • Provided children with learning experiences that promote their cognitive, social and emotional development.

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49. Social Needs

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50. Activity Areas

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Here's how Activity Areas is used in Floater Teacher jobs:
  • Organize and store toys and materials to ensure order in activity areas.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Floater Teacher

Child Care45.7%
Different Rooms12.8%
Lesson Plans9.7%
Appropriate Curriculum7.4%
Daily Activities2.8%
Class Activities2.5%
Classroom Management2.5%
Art Projects1.8%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Floater Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Child Care
Child Care
41%
41%
2
2
Different Rooms
Different Rooms
11.5%
11.5%
3
3
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
8.7%
8.7%
4
4
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
6.6%
6.6%
5
5
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
2.5%
2.5%
6
6
Class Activities
Class Activities
2.2%
2.2%
7
7
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
2.2%
2.2%
8
8
Art Projects
Art Projects
1.6%
1.6%
9
9
OLD Children
OLD Children
1.6%
1.6%
10
10
Potty Training
Potty Training
1.4%
1.4%
11
11
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.3%
1.3%
12
12
Pre-K
Pre-K
1.3%
1.3%
13
13
Safe Play Environment
Safe Play Environment
1.2%
1.2%
14
14
CPR
CPR
1.2%
1.2%
15
15
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Infant Room
Infant Room
0.8%
0.8%
17
17
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.8%
0.8%
18
18
Special Needs
Special Needs
0.8%
0.8%
19
19
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.8%
0.8%
20
20
Social Development
Social Development
0.8%
0.8%
21
21
Personal Habits
Personal Habits
0.6%
0.6%
22
22
Open Communication
Open Communication
0.6%
0.6%
23
23
Daily Observations
Daily Observations
0.5%
0.5%
24
24
Diaper Changes
Diaper Changes
0.5%
0.5%
25
25
Small Groups
Small Groups
0.5%
0.5%
26
26
Personal Care
Personal Care
0.4%
0.4%
27
27
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.4%
0.4%
28
28
Basic Needs
Basic Needs
0.4%
0.4%
29
29
Letter Recognition
Letter Recognition
0.4%
0.4%
30
30
Imaginative Play
Imaginative Play
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
Free Play
Free Play
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
New Things
New Things
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
Educational Activities
Educational Activities
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Developmental Problems
Developmental Problems
0.3%
0.3%
35
35
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
0.3%
0.3%
36
36
Simple Painting
Simple Painting
0.3%
0.3%
37
37
AGE Groups
AGE Groups
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Basic Care
Basic Care
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Developmental Activities
Developmental Activities
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Proper Health
Proper Health
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Assistant Teacher
Assistant Teacher
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Appropriate Records
Appropriate Records
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Different Activities
Different Activities
0.2%
0.2%
46
46
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
Individual Basis
Individual Basis
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Emotional Development
Emotional Development
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Social Needs
Social Needs
0.2%
0.2%
50
50
Activity Areas
Activity Areas
0.2%
0.2%

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