Infant Lead Teacher

Top Infant Lead Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Infant Lead Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Infant Lead Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.2% of Infant Lead Teacher resumes contained Lesson Plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Infant Lead Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Create and implement lesson plans, following Ohio academic content standards, as well as the standards from the Creative Curriculum.
  • Created lesson plans, meal counts and logs, newsletters and taken classes to remain under childcare quality standards and guidelines.
  • Make sure everything is up to date on their parent papers, plan the lesson plans for the week.
  • Worked very closely with all other employees to ensure we were teaching developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Planned weekly lesson plans using Creative Curriculum and compiled monthly milestone portfolios for each child.
  • Create lesson plans which are developmentally appropriate for the age group of the classroom.
  • Created lesson plans specific to each child and followed each plan daily.
  • Write and implement lesson plans that hit domains of development.
  • Create lesson plans for the children to complete activities.
  • Prepared lesson Plans for the next week.
  • Provided daily lesson plans for the classroom.
  • Created daily lesson plans for activities.
  • Created and implemented bimonthly lesson plans.
  • Prepare and execute lesson plans.
  • Write lesson plans, make sure the children are safe.
  • Handled daily lesson plans, educational readings, projects, musicals, motor skill activities.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans for children ages 6 wks -18mo.
  • Cared for infants while following a daily routine Implemented weekly lesson plans
  • Write lesson plans Maintain the cleanliness of the room
  • Implement Lesson plans and age appropriate practices Addus Home Health (Home Health associate)

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2. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Received commendations by organization and parents for exceptional child care abilities and program results
  • Operate the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards and the Children's World Employee and Policy Handbook.
  • Experience working as a lead in a child care facility, ensuring all health and safety regulations were followed.
  • Maintain written records of each child and keep classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards and policies.
  • Coordinate administrative duties of the child care center and collaborate with Assistant Director and Director.
  • Represent the center and liaise with outside child care and public welfare entities.
  • Assisted Director with the daily operations of the Child Care Center.
  • Administered child care to 5 infants to my self.
  • Provided complete child care in a loving environment.
  • Earned Child Care Professional I & II Certificates.
  • Tracked and completed daily child care report.
  • Assisted in Child Care from ages 1 month- 12 years.
  • Assisted Director in maintaining all school operations Taught and managed infant classrooms Primary Child Care Provider
  • Completed all State required child care certifications and Step Up to Quality Infant/Toddler Module trainings.
  • Teach 12-19 month olds at a child care center.
  • Provided comprehensive child care Prepared curriculum-based lesson plans Communicated with parents about their child's care and progress

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3. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Ensured implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum to nurture and stimulate children s development; responsible for weekly lesson plans.
  • Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum for infants including those with developmental delays.
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflects observations and goals of individual children.
  • Planned and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum centered on the child.
  • Develop and implement age appropriate curriculum according to company standards.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Structured and maintained a creative age appropriate curriculum.
  • Coordinate and conduct age appropriate curriculum and activities.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Followed age-appropriate curriculum provided by the site.
  • Implement developmentally appropriate curriculum/ activities daily.
  • Create developmentally age appropriate curriculum.
  • Clean, organized, and nurturing environment, weekly Journals for parents, Age appropriate Curriculum, and Parent/Teacher conferences.
  • Lead a classroom of 15 infant students and created developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed, weekly plans and implement age appropriate curriculum lesson plans.
  • Create age appropriate curriculum focusing on fine and gross motor skills.
  • Support with creating age appropriate curriculum for class rooms.
  • Create a age appropriate curriculum.
  • Plan developmentally appropriate curriculum Care of children ages 6 weeks to walking Aid in the development of large and fine motor skills

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4. Infant Room

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Here's how Infant Room is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in running the infant room by caring for the children and assisting in planning and carrying out activities.
  • Lead infant room teacher, providing care for young infants and making sure classroom is clean and organized.
  • Ensured the operations of the infant room were carried out in compliance with company and state guidelines.
  • Identified strategies to assist parents in transitioning their child from the infant room to the toddler room.
  • Open Infant Room and greet all parents and children with a bright and positive attitude.
  • Lead teacher from Infant room through the Early Preschool Class helping with the curriculum.
  • Provided care for children for the infant room acting as lead teacher.
  • Helped train fellow employees to prepare them for an infant room position.
  • Managed a staff of three teachers in the Infant room.
  • Provide excellent care to the children in the infant room.
  • Prepared and trained co-teachers in the infant room.
  • Worked in the infant room as lead teacher.
  • Created an infant room and play area.
  • Assisted in opening of infant room daily.
  • Lead teacher of both infant rooms.
  • Managed and controlled infant room.
  • Lead Teacher in infant room.
  • Job Duties: My duties there as the lead teacher in the infant room.
  • Lead infant room of 10.
  • lead teacher in the infant room with up to 11 infants.

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5. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Communicated with parent's and/or guardians of infants about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Lead group of 2 to 4 teachers in maintaining the successful flow of daily activities.
  • Appropriate communication with parents/guardians, & supervisors about daily activities, behaviors, lesson plans.
  • Care for 8 infants and do daily activities while taking care of their needs.
  • Develop lesson plans and manage daily activities in the infant classroom.
  • Recorded lesson plans, attendance, meals, and daily activities.
  • Facilitated daily activities that were appropriate for each child s interest.
  • Organized daily activities to establish an orderly schedule for staff.
  • Reported daily activities to the infant's parents or guardians.
  • Keep a daily record of each child's daily activities.
  • Implement the daily activities and curriculum with the infants.
  • Prepared daily activities and lesson plans.
  • Documented each child's daily activities.
  • Facilitate and implement Kindercare curriculum into daily activities.
  • Maintain a safe playing environment Communicate with parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Assist children in daily activities Develop curriculum and monitor children's performance.
  • Organized and maintained individual student records for daily activities and attendance, as well as progressive developmental milestones achieved.
  • Documented and planned daily activities for infants Maintained cleanliness of work and learning environment Observed and oversaw infants during play

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6. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented weekly lesson plans, ensured safe environment is provided for the children ages 6 weeks to 6 months.
  • Provide a clean and safe environment for the young children to reach their milestones in growth and development.
  • Created and developed a positive environment for infants, provided a safe environment, Created lesson plans
  • Manage Classroom, Three Teachers and provide safe environment for children.
  • Provide safe environment for children, parents and teachers.
  • Maintained a safe environment for children to thrive.
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment for children.
  • Clean and safe environment for safe play.
  • Established a safe environment for the children.
  • Provide safe environment for children.
  • Provide a warm, nurturing, safe environment that promotes learning by caring for infants needs physically, mentally and emotionally.
  • Collaborate with a team of early childhood professionals Ensures that appearance, cleanliness and safe environment of classroom is maintained.
  • Employed Maintain a clean and safe environment for infants.
  • keep a clean safe environment.
  • Planned age -appropriate weekly activities Distributed nutritious meals and snacks Obtained organized, sanitized, and safe environment
  • Create a safe environment Communicate clearly with parents and coworkers Organize developmentally appropriate activities
  • Worked in a team teaching environment Helped maintain schedules for each child in care Maintained a clean, safe environment

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7. Diaper Changes

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Here's how Diaper Changes is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provide direct care with infants that include feeding, diaper changes, preparing of meals, dressing, and nurturing.
  • Maintain daily logs for feedings, diaper changes, nap time and developmental observations.
  • Write out daily sheets for feedings, diaper changes and any activity.
  • Care duties include feeding, diaper changes, burping, and soothing.
  • Keep track of all diaper changes, feedings, and medical info.
  • Recorded all eating habits, diaper changes and naps every day.
  • Document what the infants eat and there diaper changes.
  • Administered Feedings hourly *Administered Diaper changes hourly *Interacting with the parents *Administered in Daily lessons *Daily Cleaning

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8. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in working with 12-month old children's transition from Infant Room into Toddlet Room at 14-months.

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9. Assistant Teacher

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Here's how Assistant Teacher is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised and trained assistant teachers ensuring all regulations were understood and followed.
  • Supervised assistant teachers with children.
  • Started off as the assistant teacher and then got promoted to lead 5 months later.
  • Communicate effectively with my 2 assistant teachers to promote a safe and healthy environment.
  • Coordinate the tasks of the assistant teachers to ensure infants schedule is well-covered.
  • Direct supervision of 10 infants as well as supervising assistant teachers.
  • Supervised 5 infants individually and between 12-18 infants with Assistant Teachers.
  • Managed and delegated roles to assistant teachers and afternoon staff.
  • Supervised assistant teachers and volunteers who work in classroom.
  • Train new hires to become assistant teachers.
  • Oversee 15 infants and 3 Assistant teachers.
  • Promoted from role of Assistant Teacher.
  • Served as the 4K assistant teacher.
  • Oversee the progress of Assistant teachers.
  • Managed the activities of assistant teachers.
  • Collaborate with the assistant teacher.
  • Supervised assistant teachers and aides.
  • Provided guidance for assistant teachers.
  • Created and executed lesson plans for the classroom Involved in feeding and diapering the children Supervised three assistant teachers.

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10. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Established strategies for positive classroom management through collaboration with child development specialists and teacher assistant.
  • Motivated individuals and groups by utilizing Responsive Classroom Management strategies that fostered cooperation.
  • Maintain ratio lesson plans safety of children classroom management
  • Provided instruction and classroom management.
  • Applied classroom management skills and fostered children's development.

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11. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Fostered supportive interactions and positive social development between children, myself and other staff members.
  • Presented on Developing Emotional Intelligence at Professional Development Day for all staff members.
  • Arrange time off and replacements for 10 staff members in two infant rooms based on the Minnesota licensing staff-child ratio.
  • Maintain a professional and productive working relationships with families, funding sources, staff members and community at all times.
  • Assist in planning team building opportunities for staff members, center meetings, events, and training sessions.
  • Lead teacher presiding over 22 infants 61/2 weeks to 12 months of age and 10 staff members.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Promote and maintain an appropriate and professional rapport and working relationships with other staff members.
  • Train other staff members to perform work activities, such as using computer applications.
  • Arrange weekly schedules for 10 staff members around vacations and leave of absences.
  • Worked closely with other teachers, staff members and school director daily.
  • Maintain confidentiality about issues concerning other staff members, children and families.
  • Provide guidance, leadership, and support to all site staff members.
  • Communicated daily with parents and other staff members in the classroom.
  • Worked closely with other staff members to ensure child safety.
  • Observe and assist staff members while providing team building experiences.
  • Care for 12 children with two staff members.
  • Conduct yearly evaluations on staff members.
  • Manage up to 20 staff members.
  • Conduct trainings for staff members.

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12. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised children with special needs from ages three years to twelve years of age, that had autism and behavioral problems.
  • Greet parents and follow parents instruction on the care of their child or special needs they may request.
  • Plan and implement program curricula for special needs children in accordance with policies and philosophies of the Center.
  • Provided extra assistance to students with special needs, such as those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Integrated children with special needs into center based programs based on age of child.
  • Cared for children with special needs.
  • suspected disabilities, special needs).

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13. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Infant Lead 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.
  • Certified Family Day Care Provider 08/08 - 09/12 Teacher * Provided a positive environment for children for mental and social development.
  • Developed lesson plans designed to promote educational, physical, and social development in children with varying abilities.
  • Aided in the physical & social development of infants through the implementation of various age-appropriate activities.
  • Committed to the safety, physical, intellectual, emotional and social development of infants.
  • Enhanced children's physical, mental, and social development through a variety of activities.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Conducted activities that promoted cognitive, physical, emotional, and social development.
  • Organize and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Encourage activities that promote physical, mental and social development among infants.
  • Support and guide children educational, emotional and social development needs.
  • Created lesson plans that representedage appropriate activities in areas of physical, emotional, and social development.

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14. Daily Care

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Here's how Daily Care is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provided consistent daily care to students and infants Decorated classroom appropriately
  • Provide daily care individually to each infant, including but not limited to diapering every 2 hours and feeding on demand.
  • Go over with each parent as they arrive how the infants daily care plan will try to be implemented.
  • Ensured the daily care of every child by following all licensing guidelines and implementing all company standards.
  • Worked with a team of three care givers to provide daily care for ten infants.
  • Provided daily care and supervision of children ages six weeks to twelve months.
  • Provided daily care and safety for infant's needs while enhancing their development.
  • Work with co-teachers to implement curriculum and manage daily care for infant students.
  • Provided the daily care of children under age two, primarily infants.
  • Supervised other employees while interacting attentively to infant's daily care.
  • Provide daily care for children 6 weeks to 16 months.
  • Make a daily care sheet for each child.
  • Provided daily care for infants 6 weeks-12 mos.
  • Provided daily care for infants.
  • Provided daily care for Infants 6 weeks - 1 year old.
  • Lead infant teaches solely responsible for the daily care and well being of a multi developmental age group of infants.
  • Provide daily care for children 6 weeks to 12 months of age.
  • Assisted in running Childcare center Took daily care of multiple Infants needs Target Distribution
  • Designed learning activities Directed large motor activities Provided daily care management Introduced new learning opportunities

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15. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a safe play environment by emphasizing and maintaining cleanliness and organization.
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for the children.
  • Established a safe play environment for the infants.
  • Maintain a safe play environment.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Maintain a safe play environment.Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors,and related issues.

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16. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in continuous program of in-service training, such as First Aid, CPR for children and adult.
  • Supervised staff wrote evaluations, met with parents, became re-certified in CPR and lifesaving skills.
  • Have completed all DSS regulated classes and have CPR and first aid certifications.
  • Assisted Director in staff development and training First aide CPR Communicable diseases.
  • Certified infant teacher; CPR and First Aid certified.
  • Trained in CPR & first aid
  • Attended a variety of trainings to enhance my education about the job, including first aid and CPR.
  • Provide parents with questionnaires and assessments for Semi Annual Parent Teacher Conferences CPR Certified & First Aid Certified

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17. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Respond to parent inquires and worked with operations to drive profitability and provide superior customer service.
  • Provided superior customer service & ensures frequent communication in the retention of families enrolled.
  • Worked in a team environment to achieve operational success and superior customer service.
  • Provided internal and external customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service to parents.
  • Provide customer services by providing resources and important information to parents regarding the first five years of their child's life.
  • Greet parents and children, providing customer service to all who entered the establishment.
  • Provided customer service for families that catered to each child's individual needs.
  • Trained other team members in customer service areas and job training.
  • Preformed light duties in customer service.
  • Oversee daily activities in classroom Maintain positive customer service with parents
  • Coordinated with all other staff ina team approach* Demonstrated excellent customer service to children and families.
  • Promoted to morning manager within 6 months Increase clientele by great customer service
  • Prepared lesson plans every month Providing excellent customer service Preparing and serving children meals
  • Message taking and collection of tuition Assisting in enrollment and customer service Preparing meals, and serving meals

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18. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated parent-teacher conferences using High /Scopes COR assessment.
  • Prepare observation reports for and conduct parent-teacher conferences.
  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences, manage supplies, conduct record keeping and ensure a clean, safe and organized classroom.
  • Report the progress of children to their parents in reports, and through parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conduct semi-annual parent-teacher conferences to reflect each child's ongoing progress and future goals.
  • Helped facilitate indoor and outdoor play, parent-teacher conferences and keeping the classroom clean.
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to share child progress and to maximize their learning capabilities.
  • Implemented and wrote lesson plans as well as conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences several times during the school year.
  • Collate child's portfolios for bi-annual parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences Planned daily activities for each child based on individual needs and development.
  • Organized and documented quarterly parent-teacher conferences to discuss children's developmentthroughout the year.
  • Plan and hold parent-teacher conferences, set developmental goals for each student.
  • Develop weekly lesson plans for curriculum* Maintain student files/portfolios* Conduct parent-teacher conferences working with diverse populations

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19. Developmental Milestones

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Here's how Developmental Milestones is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Develop weekly lesson plans that correlate with the curriculum and integrate developmental milestones and creative expression.
  • Observe and document developmental milestones using Excel.
  • Make observations and record their developmental milestones.
  • Evaluate and record developmental milestones.
  • Create a classroom environment that is stimulating, encouraging for reaching developmental milestones and adaptive to children's needs.
  • Make lesson plans of the infant room, help the infants with developmental milestones, and social interaction.
  • Documented developmental milestones reached by each child, and reviewed with parents.
  • Assess and support developmental milestones and growth.
  • Chart children's progress and developmental milestones.
  • Provided open-communication about infants' developmental milestones through anecdotal records, developmental checklists, weekly email updates, and weblog posts.
  • Keep children on track with developmental milestones Communication and care provided as above

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20. Naeyc

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Research and development of NAEYC guidelines and implementation procedures and protocols.
  • Maintain state licensing/NAEYC accreditation requirements.
  • Participate in all training and in-service opportunities' to maintain a high standard of educational NAEYC and MSDE Education Program.
  • Assisted in starting the portfolios needed for National Association of Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Accreditation.
  • Develop and implement curriculum as per NAEYC guidelines for children 2 -16 months of age.
  • Keep an up to date NAEYC standard classroom, paperwork, and portfolio.
  • Adhere to and execute the Creative Curriculum with the Enhanced Standards of NAEYC.
  • Maintain infant room by following NAEYC and Keystone Stars Level 4 standards
  • Created and implemented lesson plans in accordance with NAEYC curriculum requirements.
  • Implemented my knowledge of Keystone Star and NAEYC standards.
  • Worked in conjunction with NAEYC classroom standards.
  • Assisted co-workers on NAEYC procedure and policies.
  • Follow regulations set forth by NAEYC.
  • Assisted in the NAEYC accreditation for CCLC at Roseland and CCLC at School Street.
  • Prepared children and classroom for state and NAEYC evaluations .
  • Maked sure my classroom is maintaing NAEYC requriments.

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21. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Prepared class activities Daily interaction with parents Wrote daily lesson plans

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22. Basic Needs

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Here's how Basic Needs is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and changing their diapers.
  • Addressed the social, emotional and basic needs of infants age three months to fifteen months.
  • Manage two classroom staff assigning daily duties for the infants' basic needs.
  • Take care of babies basic needs.
  • Attended to children's basic needs (Feeding, dressing, diapers changing.
  • Create lesson plans pertaining to infant Provide supervision and basic needs

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23. Daily Observations

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Here's how Daily Observations is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Keep records on individual infants, including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medications administered.
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities.

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24. Monthly Newsletter

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Here's how Monthly Newsletter is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Designed monthly newsletter for distribution to parents and caregivers.
  • Created monthly newsletters and lesson plans and attend monthly meetings to discuss future goals to improve classroom and children.
  • Clean, organized and nurturing environment, Age appropriate curriculum, monthly newsletters, and Parent/Teacher conferences.
  • Assist the Lead Teacher with paperwork (Observations, Weekly Curriculum, Monthly Newsletter)
  • Write a monthly newsletter to keep families updated and involved.
  • Write monthly newsletter on events in classroom.
  • Plan daily lesson plans for infants Write monthly newsletters about monthly themes Teach the infants sign language

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25. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and outings, such as games and field trips.
  • Organized and engage in recreational activities such as arts and crafts.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.

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26. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Help Infants to reach each milestone at correct age groups.
  • Work as needed with all age groups, from infants to 4 year olds.

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27. Open Communication

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Here's how Open Communication is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted open communication and created positive relationships with parents and guardians.
  • Maintained ongoing, open communication with parents/ caregivers.
  • Maintain open communication with parents and director.
  • Maintained open communication between faculty staff members and parents, provided comfort and education to parents, when asked and needed.
  • Create open communication between parents and teachers.
  • Maintain open communication with the parents.
  • Maintain ongoing, open communication with families and conduct parent-teacher conferences for children in my primary care.

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28. Daily Needs

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Assist children between the ages of 8 months to two years with their daily needs.
  • Attended to the daily needs of infants aged 6 weeks through 12 months old.
  • Developed age appropriate lesson plans* Meet the daily needs of the infants in my care
  • Oversee the daily needs of children.
  • Worked with children from 6 weeks to 18 months Helped with basic daily needs Modeled good behavior to teach them.
  • Facilitated daily needs of babies including diaper changes and feedings Engaged in free play to enhance learning Planned daily art/creativity activities

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29. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated after-school meetings and phone calls with other teachers to help infants in need of extra attention.
  • Help assist administration duties such as answering phone calls, make appointments and help with tours.
  • Answered phone calls regarding questions about service.
  • Answer phone calls, stay up to date on planner and bank drops.
  • Answer phone calls, take payments, and do bank drops.
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Have helped in the office with answering phone calls, greeting parents, answering questions and etc.
  • answer parents phone calls about child each parent calls about 3 times a day.

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30. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Initiate classroom activities daily (sing-a-longs, art projects, sensory exploration, outdoor stimulation).
  • Create and implement art projects for 28 infants 6 weeks to 16 months.
  • Engaged in Sensory Art projects to enhance children's motor development.
  • Created developmentally art projects with the children.
  • Implemented and carried out art projects.
  • Help the baby's develop their motor skills Make lesson plans reading creative art projects

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31. Daily Schedule

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Here's how Daily Schedule is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented an effective, individualized daily schedule for each child regarding feeding, activities, nap time, and toilet training.
  • Supervised children ages 2 months to 2 years -Kept written records and daily schedules; took courses to improve leadership
  • Developed lesson plans, support materials, activities and design/layout of daily schedules based on the monthly program.
  • Prepare food and bottles based on each child's daily schedule and communicate with parents daily.
  • Worked collaboratively with the assistant to run a structured and calm daily schedule.
  • Organize daily schedule for all teachers and teacher's aides to follow.
  • Maintain daily schedule of diapering, play time, meals, music.
  • Maintained daily schedules to meet the needs of each individual child.
  • Plan a daily schedule which provides a balance of activities.
  • Planned and implemented weekly curriculum, and daily schedules.
  • Managed an organized and well planned daily schedule.
  • Create weekly lesson plans/activities for Infants meet childs specific needs, create individual daily schedules.
  • Supervised assistants in the care of infants Maintain records of infants daily schedule Assist parents in caregiving information

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32. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provide parents with a daily outline of activities and personal care routines.
  • Facilitated day to day activities within classroom including personal cares for children.
  • Provide personal care to children such as diaper changing and handwashing.
  • Experience working with children and their families ages birth to age 2 Experience with lesson planning and assessment McGuire Memorial-Personal Care Aid

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33. Developmental Problems

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Here's how Developmental Problems is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Performed evaluations seeking early intervention and identification of developmental problems.
  • Watch for signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring the problems to the attention of parents.
  • Identified signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and brought them to parents' and guardians' attention.
  • Identified signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and reported to parents.

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34. Simple Painting

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Here's how Simple Painting is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Read to children, and taught them simple painting, drawing, handicrafts, and songs.
  • Read to children and teach them simple painting, drawing, handcrafts, and songs.
  • Read to toddlers and taught simple painting, drawing, crafts, and music appreciation.

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35. Intellectual Growth

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Here's how Intellectual Growth is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented activities that promoted social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Collaborate with teachers in the development and implementation of class curriculum that promotes social, physical, and intellectual growth.
  • Worked with infants one-on-one to promote social, physical and intellectual growth following the philosophies of Maria Montessori.
  • Planned and implemented activities promoting the social, physical, and intellectual growth of infants.
  • Instructed Children in activities designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Followed and enforced State Licensing Regulations in classrooms Instructed children in activities designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Maintained cleanliness Designed and implemented activities that promoted the social, physical and intellectual growth of children.

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36. Cognitive Development

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Here's how Cognitive Development is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized developmentally appropriate practices to assist infants in the development of sensory motor skills, cognitive development and language development
  • Assessed infants fine motor, gross motor, language, and cognitive development using Ages and Stages assessment tools.
  • Acquired the skills to aid children in social and cognitive development.
  • Provide safe and nurturing care Introduce infants to activities aimed at physical and cognitive development

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37. Physical Development

low Demand
Here's how Physical Development is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provided developmental overviews to show progression in social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development.
  • Implement an educational, fun and nurturing environment for all children to enhance social, emotional and physical development.
  • Instructed infants in early language development, physical development and social skills.
  • Instruct early language development, physical development and social status.
  • Teach and provide care for 8 infants with assistant Plan daily educational and physical development activities Documentation of developmental progress

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38. Patient Care

low Demand

39. Language Arts

low Demand

40. State Regulations

low Demand
Here's how State Regulations is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Ensured compliance with state regulations and industry best-practices for cleanliness and safety.
  • Maintain 100% compliance to company policies and strictly enforced state regulations.
  • Maintain daily logs and paperwork for State regulations and Parents.
  • Maintain paperwork to comply with state regulations.

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41. Positive Relationships

low Demand
Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain professional and positive relationships with parents and coworkers.
  • Maintained positive relationships with parents.
  • Enforce curriculum, plan curriculum, create newsletters, maintain positive relationships with parents, answer phones, tour incoming families.

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42. Encouraging Understanding

low Demand

43. Basic Care

low Demand
Here's how Basic Care is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Guided infants through one-on-one moments of basic care needs, play, and communication.
  • Used excellent time management skills to maintain individual infant basic care schedules.
  • Provide basic care needs while implementing a learn-through-play curriculum.
  • Developed a sense of feeling with different textures Demonstrated basic care needs while the parents were gone

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44. Bulletin Boards

low Demand
Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Designed bulletin boards for weekly information and upcoming events.
  • Change bulletin boards every season/holiday.
  • Post and maintain bulletin boards with parent information and children's work.
  • Designed bulletin boards and general decorations for the classroom.

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45. Free Play

low Demand
Here's how Free Play is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised children while in free play.
  • Engage with the infants in activities such as painting, circle time, puzzles, books, and free play.
  • Oversee gross motor play, fine motor play, sensory play, and free play.

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46. Developmental Activities

low Demand
Here's how Developmental Activities is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised circle time, free play, outside play and learning and developmental activities.
  • Educate toddlers by stimulating their minds during developmental activities Enforce rules and proper behaviors Server

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47. Regular Basis

low Demand
Here's how Regular Basis is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with parents and other professionals on a regular basis.
  • Provide children with individual attention and communicate with parents on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis Conduct parent -teacher conferences.
  • Report essential information to the School Directors on a regular basis.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis.

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48. Personal Habits

low Demand
Here's how Personal Habits is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits, such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.

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49. Positive Self-Concepts

low Demand

50. CDA

low Demand
Here's how CDA is used in Infant Lead Teacher jobs:
  • Provide supervision, discipline and other forms of general care, in addition to helping with instruction and clerical work.CDA
  • Fulfilled CDA content areas 1 through 7 with Action for Children.
  • Started a CDA program for staff.
  • Lead Teacher Infant Room Child Development Associate (CDA) Credentialed for birth to 36 months.

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20 Most Common Skill for an Infant Lead Teacher

Lesson Plans21.3%
Child Care17.9%
Appropriate Curriculum15.6%
Infant Room13.9%
Daily Activities3.6%
Safe Environment3%
Diaper Changes2.7%
OLD Children2.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Infant Lead Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
18.2%
18.2%
2
2
Child Care
Child Care
15.3%
15.3%
3
3
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
13.3%
13.3%
4
4
Infant Room
Infant Room
11.9%
11.9%
5
5
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
3.1%
3.1%
6
6
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
2.6%
2.6%
7
7
Diaper Changes
Diaper Changes
2.3%
2.3%
8
8
OLD Children
OLD Children
1.8%
1.8%
9
9
Assistant Teacher
Assistant Teacher
1.8%
1.8%
10
10
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
1.8%
1.8%
11
11
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.7%
1.7%
12
12
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.7%
1.7%
13
13
Social Development
Social Development
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Daily Care
Daily Care
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Safe Play Environment
Safe Play Environment
1.4%
1.4%
16
16
CPR
CPR
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Customer Service
Customer Service
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
1%
1%
19
19
Developmental Milestones
Developmental Milestones
1%
1%
20
20
Naeyc
Naeyc
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Class Activities
Class Activities
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Basic Needs
Basic Needs
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Daily Observations
Daily Observations
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Monthly Newsletter
Monthly Newsletter
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
AGE Groups
AGE Groups
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Open Communication
Open Communication
0.6%
0.6%
28
28
Daily Needs
Daily Needs
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Art Projects
Art Projects
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Daily Schedule
Daily Schedule
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Personal Care
Personal Care
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Developmental Problems
Developmental Problems
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Simple Painting
Simple Painting
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Intellectual Growth
Intellectual Growth
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Cognitive Development
Cognitive Development
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Physical Development
Physical Development
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Patient Care
Patient Care
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Language Arts
Language Arts
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
State Regulations
State Regulations
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
Encouraging Understanding
Encouraging Understanding
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
Basic Care
Basic Care
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Bulletin Boards
Bulletin Boards
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Free Play
Free Play
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Developmental Activities
Developmental Activities
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Regular Basis
Regular Basis
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Personal Habits
Personal Habits
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Positive Self-Concepts
Positive Self-Concepts
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
CDA
CDA
0.3%
0.3%

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