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Top 50 Infant Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Infant Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Infant Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.7% of Infant Teacher resumes contained Infant Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Infant Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for an Infant Teacher:

1. Infant Care

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Here's how Infant Care is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Skilled in infant care, providing educational activities and recreational activities for growth and development.
  • Performed basic infant care; Designed lessons to develop social growth and personal recognition
  • Reported all information regarding safety and infant care.
  • Performed infant care duties such as; feeding, changing diapers, washing faces and hands as needed.
  • Assisted Lead teachers with infant care, drafted developmental profiles, and organized infant and teacher supplies.
  • Provided comprehensive infant care including feedings, diaper changes, naps, and interactive play.
  • Performed daily infant care, including diaper changing, feeding, playing, etc.
  • Bottle feed, diaper changes, log baby daily into Infant Care binder.
  • Assisted with all the necessary infant care, Diapering, Feeding.
  • Employed by Springing Up Day-Care as an Infant Care Provider.
  • Provide infant care like change diapers and bottle feeding.
  • Complete infant care and parental interaction.
  • Certified in multiple infant care requisites.
  • Provided infant care; including changing diapers, feeding and all normal daily scheduling Positive greeting of parents
  • Job Description: Infant caregivers commonly provide general care to babies from birth to 12months.
  • Increase volume and scope of work by moving up from part time to full time status as an infant care teacher.
  • Prepared and served nutritional meals for 5 children Encourage children to participate in age appropriate learning games Documented infant care activities
  • Help with homework, class activities, projects, reading.Infant careCleaning Feeding
  • Maintained daily operations of a daycare center Assisted with infant care Processed weekly payments Oversaw all employee operations
  • Provided Infant care ages 6wks-12months - Performed age appropriate curriculum's - Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment

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2. Child Care Routines

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3. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in developing and implementing lesson plans in accordance with company policy and program educational objectives and goals.
  • Applied early childhood development training *Develop lesson plans *Plan daily activities
  • Developed and executed weekly lesson plans.
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Worked with infants 2 months to 15 months and created lesson plans to produce a safe, healthy and fun atmosphere.
  • Worked with team members to develop lesson plans that were child centered and promoted their learning and expanded on their interest.
  • Developed lesson plans with activities and learning objectives individualized for each child's development skills.
  • Create lesson plans and newsletters, care for children, maintain a clean classroom.
  • Work in a team environment to develop and execute lesson plans.
  • Plan and implement lesson plans, learning activities, and centers.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans and activities that promote learning.
  • Implement lesson plans and daily documentation of infants day.
  • Create lesson plans and activities for infants and toddlers.
  • Created crafts and taught lesson plans.
  • Created daily lesson plans for activities.
  • Researched, designed and implemented age appropriate daily lesson plans according to Reggio Emilio curriculum.
  • prepared and implemented lesson plans in the infant classroom.
  • Develop weekly lesson plans centered on individual child needs.
  • Impart lesson plans aimed at meeting social, educational, and psychological wellbeing of children.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans Nourished babies Assisted in tuition payments and office administration Kept immunization records up to date

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4. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum and conducted routine evaluations and observations to ensure the children were reaching their development milestones.
  • Supported classroom assistant teachers in the development and implantation of developmentally appropriate curriculum for infants and toddlers.
  • Developed weekly developmentally appropriate curriculum to meet children's social, emotional and physical growth.
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflects observations and goals of individual children.
  • Designed and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum and activities on a daily basis.
  • Created and implemented developmentally- appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum for the classroom.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum for toddlers.
  • Assisted with implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Planned and implemented age appropriate curriculum.
  • Create developmentally age appropriate curriculum.
  • Appropriate curriculum according to the guidelines established by Bright Horizons Family Solutions and (NAEYC).
  • Provide students with nurture and patience; follow age appropriate curriculum plans.
  • Assist in developmentally appropriate curriculum planning and implementation Assess and document children's skills and development using DRDP
  • Encouraged learning through creating an enticing environment and developmentally appropriate curriculum, Nurtured positive parent-child-teacher relationships
  • Designed and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum and maintained positive relationships with parents and children.
  • Developed and instructed age-appropriate curriculum that follows World at Their Fingertips infant program.
  • Planned and implemented age-appropriate curriculum for infants and toddlers, ages 6 weeks to 18 months.
  • Composed appropriate curriculum for infants Completed daily records and forms for babies.

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5. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Scheduled daily activities designed to encourage social and emotional growth.
  • Implemented daily activities for infants based on an early learning curriculum lesson plan for the specific age group.
  • Record daily activities of children and discuss weekly plans and report to parents on their child's progress.
  • Planned daily activities or classroom curriculum in coordination with center goals and individual needs of the children.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Communicated with parents regarding their child's developmental achievements, daily activities, and physical needs.
  • Manage classroom with co-teacher, ensuring that daily activities go according to policies and procedures.
  • Managed a class of 15 infants, and planned daily activities promoting sensory-motor development.
  • Supervised daily activities of children and ensured safety in absence of lead teacher.
  • Communicate openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Engage with and monitor children during daily activities and recess.
  • Assist lead classroom staff with daily activities.
  • Participate daily activities to stimulate the children.
  • Prepare daily activities and notes.
  • Created daily activities for babies.
  • Documented daily activities and reports Adhered to all Program and Safety Standards that meet state licensing requirements
  • Plan and implement daily activities.Sterilized bottles and prepared formulas.
  • Document daily feedings, changings, milestones, and daily activities of all children under my care.
  • Conduct daily activities for each child Coordinate and implement activities designed to promote growth
  • Keep proper paperwork ont heir daily activities.

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6. Diaper Changes

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Here's how Diaper Changes is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Filled out sheets on each child including diaper changes, and bottle feedings, and medicines that were given.
  • Maintain administrative logs on each child, to include, attendance, health issues, and diaper changes.
  • Assisted with everyday activities such as feeding, napping extended indoor and outdoor playtime, and diaper changes.
  • Provided feeding, diaper changes every two hours, and helping the children reach specific developmental milestones.
  • Performed and recorded daily tasks for each infant (feedings, diaper changes, nap times).
  • Track each child's feedings, diaper changes, and sleeping times on Tadpoles iPad application.
  • Assist and coordinate diaper changes, meals, nap time, and daily lessons.
  • Maintained records throughout the day on activities, feedings, and diaper changes.
  • Cared for the infants through diaper changes, feedings and affectionate interactions.
  • Maintained daily records of feeding, diaper changes, and nap time.
  • Schedule feedings, diaper changes, tea the babies sign language.
  • Catch diaper changes quickly as to not develop a rash.
  • Document all feedings, diaper changes and activities.
  • Help assistance with feedings and diaper changes.
  • Bottle feedings, diaper changes, and nap times.
  • Provided a safe and loving environment for children ages 0-1 Gave schedule feedings and diaper changes.
  • Monitored the safety of children Assisted with diaper changes and feedings
  • Assist infants with feeding,diaper changes etc.
  • Assisted with lesson plans/ children assessments Daily feedings and diaper changes Keeping daily schedules for infant's care Cleaning of classroom
  • Monitored the safety of children Assisted with diaper changes and feedings Maintained a daily routine schedule Supervised daycare staff

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7. Infant Room

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Here's how Infant Room is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Worked as a team teacher in a young infant room, upon leaving implemented activities for a mobile infant room.
  • Assist the lead caregiver in the infant room with feeding, changing, and playing with the babies.
  • Functioned primarily as a teacher of 4 infants in the infant room providing consistent and constant care.
  • Clean, sweep, mop infant room, and wipe toys down with disinfectants.
  • Cared for children in the infant room full-time and also assisted in other rooms.
  • Lead teacher of infant room, which included preparing lesson plans for the children.
  • Assisted in training a new staff for the infant room for one year.
  • Maintained the cleanliness of the infant room, cribs, and play area.
  • Close the infant room by cleaning/sanitizing and straightening for the next day.
  • Greeted parents and checked infants in and out of the infant room.
  • Cleaned, closed down and locked down the two infant rooms.
  • Provided care in the Infant room for children enrolled at Primrose.
  • Ensured cleanliness of infant room including all toys and supplies.
  • Maintained the infant room at the state standards.
  • Worked in the Infant room full-time.
  • Opened new Infant Room at Center.
  • Lead teacher in infant room.
  • Ensured that the infant room was extremely sanitary Assisted other teachers in their class rooms as needed.
  • Worked in every room infant room, toddler room, preschool, pre-k and school age
  • Change babies pampers Feed babies Clean infant room Assist with the toddler room

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8. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for the well-being and safety of all the children.
  • Help create a warm, caring and safe environment to support the children and teachers.
  • Provide a warm safe environment for the infants to mature at their own level.
  • Created written lesson plans and conducted daily activities for children in a safe environment.
  • Provided care and support to children, ensuring a safe environment and an educational experience
  • Keep a clean and safe environment for the children at all times.
  • Prepare a fun and safe environment for children to learn and play.
  • Ensured a safe environment for the children in our care.
  • Maintain a healthy and safe environment for the children.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment for infants.
  • Encouraged healthy eating and provide a safe environment.
  • Assisted with maintaining a structured and safe environment.
  • Created safe environment for all students.
  • Organize safe environments for infants.
  • Created a happy and safe environment for infants Developed safe arts and crafts to show the infant's growth
  • feed and change infants, read to infants and provide a clean safe environment for them.
  • Take care of infants needs * Provide a safe environment for children to learn and grow
  • Promote policy/procedures within the program Provide a safe environment Adult Home Help Services (State of MI)-Mrs. Cochran
  • Provide a safe environment for the children * Prepare daily logs * Provide Lesson plans
  • Create lesson plan Conduct a structure for the classroom Maintain a safe environment

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9. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a safe play environment by emphasizing and maintaining cleanliness and organization.
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for children in my care.
  • Sanitize toys and play equipment and maintained a safe play environment.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Established a safe play environment.
  • Maintain a safe play environment.
  • Maintain a safe play environment Dress children and change diapers.

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10. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Core of the position-Worked with parenting and teen-parents at Orr High School, in educating their 0-3 year old children.
  • Lead teacher infant class duties include Taking care of infant to two year old children feeding clothing changing.
  • Plan and taught developmentally appropriate curriculum for a class of 3-15 month old children.
  • Prepared lessons plans using the approved curriculum for 2 to 3 year old children.
  • Provide care for 6 weeks to 2 years old children
  • Cared for 6 week-1 year old children, class of 12.
  • Cared for and taught 6 weeks- 1 year old children, in a 1 to 4 ratio.

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11. Constant Supervision

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Here's how Constant Supervision is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained constant supervision of children.
  • Provided constant supervision of children; facilitated a fun and safe learning environment for children to grow and explore.

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12. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated a daily schedule and included activities that promote their physical, intellectual, emotional and social development.
  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Promote children's emotional and social development, understanding of others and self-actualization.
  • Provided activities which promote the healthy emotional and social development.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development with one-on-one attention.
  • Supported children's social development, encouraged self-recognition.
  • Interact with children in a way which conveys respect and nurturing Support the emotional and social development of children
  • Observe, monitor, and evaluate infant s performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Teach and assist the infants in their emotional, cognitive, and social development.
  • Organize and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Support and guide children educational, emotional and social development needs.
  • Provided guidance on children's behavior and social development.
  • Guide children's behavior and social development.
  • Support children's emotional and social development.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Supported children's' emotional and social development by adapting communication tactics for differing client needs.

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13. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Provided individualized support for struggling students, especially those with learning disabilities and special needs.
  • Provided early identification for children with special needs with appropriate referrals and follow-up.
  • Informed each parent about daily information and kept communications for special needs parents requested
  • Collaborated with other professionals concerning special needs of infants.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Provided care to infants and infants with special needs * Worked on therapies that physical and occupational therapists implemented
  • Observe specific parent directions for feeding, nap times, and special needs.
  • Provided care for six special needs infants age 6 weeks to 1 year.
  • Care for children with and without special needs with a 2:8 ratio.
  • Cared for special needs and at risk children of low income families.
  • Design and implement daily activities for children with special needs.
  • Served on IFSP meeting and referred children with special needs.
  • Teach a theme-based educational curriculum, incorporating the needs of students with special needs such as autism and Asperger Syndrome.

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14. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Clean and sanitize rooms, arts and crafts, supervision, closing, first aid and CPR certified.
  • Provide Supervision, ensure safety, clean, entertain/play with children, maintain CPR/First Aid certification
  • Assisted with the care and development of infants / CPR and First Aid certified
  • Certified to perform first aid and CPR in emergencies.
  • Provided CPR and First Aid in case of emergency.
  • Certified in CPR as well as Food Handlers.
  • Certified in child and infant CPR and choking.
  • Received first aid and CPR training.
  • Certified in adult/child and infant CPR.
  • Obtained CPR and food safety certifications.
  • Trained in CPR, AED, First Aid, Shaken Baby Syndrome and SIDS.
  • Complete CCOT and infant CPR classes.
  • Obtained first aid and CPR certifications and abided by all State of Texas childcare minimum standard regulations.
  • Recieved a level one finger print card, food handlers card and CPR/First aid certification.
  • Worked with infants and their development skills Certified in First Aid and CPR
  • Learned infant cpr and first aid.
  • Loved the children in my care Skills Used CPR, cleanliness of room and children in our care.
  • Clean room constantlyCare for infants up to 18 monthsCPR trainingMeal logs/ Changing logs tracking individual children throughout the day
  • help with lesson plan art activities First aid/ CPR paraprofessional assessment certificate brain waves
  • Make daily sheets Read/sing songs Make bottles Change diapers Teach curriculum Great parents Cpr certified

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Here's how Daily Care is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Provide daily care individually to each infant, including but not limited to diapering every 2 hours and feeding on demand.
  • Give daily care and provide curriculum in a fully accredited academy environment to infant's age 6 weeks to 1 year.
  • Provided responsive care to all children by adapting daily care giving routines based on the individual needs of the child.
  • Provide daily care for infants including, but not limited to feeding, diaper changing, teaching, and entertaining.
  • Provided daily care for up to 12 infants to 3 months including feeding, bathing, and comforting infants.
  • Maintained the Primary Caregiver System through the daily care and recorded observations of the infants in my group.
  • Assist head teacher in daily care routine of children: feeding, diapering and nap time.
  • Provided daily care for children 6 weeks-18 months of age following center and state guidelines.
  • Provide daily care and supervision of infants/toddlers ages 8 months to 16 months.
  • Provide daily care to infants in a 4 to 1 ratio.
  • Provide daily care to infants 3-15 months old.
  • Provide daily care individually to each infant.
  • Assist in daily care of infants.
  • Provide nurturing daily care and multi-sensory learning experience for infants.
  • Provide daily care individually to each infant Operate the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards.
  • Created and implemented plans for the daily care of infants Developed and implemented classroom lesson plans
  • Completed daily care, teaching, and nurturing of infants ages 3 months to 11 months
  • provided daily care for the infant in the classroom.
  • Provided daily care and safety of infants Encouraged infants gross motor skills by promoting movement (ex.
  • Implement lesson plans * Assist with daily cares * Cleaned and sterilized daycare equipment

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16. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Retrieve children from the bus stop after school and transport them safely to the child care facility.
  • Worked closely with parents and families in order to provide the best child care experience possible.
  • Team leader to Child Care Associate Teachers; supervises the work of student teachers and assistants.
  • Provided child care services for six children during work day and through limited extended hours.
  • Provided daily child care services for children aged 6 weeks to one year.
  • Supervised two teacher aides helping them gain experience in the child care field.
  • Planned and prepared the child care surroundings, set up attention centers.
  • Know and follow the licensing regulations related to child care in location.
  • Provided child care to children up to 15 months of age.
  • Provided routine child care to children six weeks through preschool age.
  • Operate the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards.
  • Provide a clean, safe and fun child care environment.
  • Performed day to day activities of child care for infants.
  • Maintain complete and accurate daily records of child care.
  • Followed all state and county regulations for child care.
  • Worked with children in a child care setting.
  • Performed child care and wellness checks.
  • Help with basic child care needs.
  • Maintained guidelines for child care program.
  • Completed courses and trainings in Infants in Child care and Toddlers in Child Care.

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17. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Observed and documented children's behavior and progress; and provided written and verbal updates to parents and staff members.
  • Communicated with parents and staff members regarding the children's needs and educational development.
  • Manage a NAEYC Infant program accredited for 12 students and four staff members.
  • Work with other staff members to form a positive, supportive team atmosphere.
  • Displayed active listening skills when communicating with parents and staff members.
  • Partner with fellow staff members to gain knowledge of related fields.
  • Communicate efficiently to all families and staff members.
  • Provided relief to other staff members when needed.
  • Communicated daily with parents and fellow staff members.
  • Collaborated with Birth-Three and trained new staff members
  • Provided support to other staff members.
  • Position required patience and ability to multi-task as well as form strong open relationships with parents and other staff members.
  • Worked effectively with directors and staff members to provide a suitable learning environment for 12 infants.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curriculum.
  • Provide training to staff members and ensured growth.

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18. Basic Needs

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Here's how Basic Needs is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised Infant Room, took care of basic needs such as feeding, changing, and daily educational needs.
  • Attend to children's basic needs such as, feeding them, dressing them, and changing their diaper.
  • Attended to children s basic needs including preparing meals and bottles, changing diapers, supervising outdoor/indoor play.
  • Nurtured children as an individual getting to know them personally in addition to meeting infant's basic needs.
  • Tended to their basic needs and wants in a fun-loving environment, while following all laws and regulations.
  • Provide a structured environment for infants to insure their basic needs were met.
  • Observe and evaluate Children's performance and attend to Children's basic needs
  • Care for children's basic needs, such as bathing and feeding
  • Provided basic needs for children in my care.
  • Take care of infants and their basic needs.
  • Provide for the infants' basic needs.
  • Provide for a child's basic needs.
  • Attended to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and changing their diapers on their individual schedules.
  • Create lesson plans, teaches, and cares for Infants basic needs & development Manages & maintains cleanliness and decorations of classroom
  • Update families in real time with the Tadpols app regarding their child's basic needs, temperament, health and supplies.
  • take care of the basic needs of the infants and play with them and work on their developmental milestones.
  • Worked closely with the co-teacher to provide basic needs and daily curriculum for up to 12 infants.
  • Perform basic needs for infants including diapering, feeding, and naps Plan activities for older children
  • Key Holder Attend to children's basic needs.
  • Provided child supervision and basic needs Taught everyday learning skills depending on age Resigned due to hours colliding with field placement hours

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19. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Create lesson plans and art projects- Teach children social, educational, and creative lessons- Communicate with parents about children's progress
  • Play with children, do feedings, diaper changes, plan and assist in art projects.
  • Light paper work, feed babies, change diapers, art projects
  • Assisted in the planning of monthly art projects and themes.
  • Provide classroom materials for art projects and weekly lessons.
  • Provided art projects for children that are educational.
  • Assisted in art projects for the infant room.
  • Plan and execute age appropriate art projects.
  • Created lesson plans and art projects.
  • Initiate classroom activities daily(sing-a-songs, art projects, sensory exploration, outdoor stimulation).
  • Assisted with Art projects and interacting with Babies and Assisting The Lead Teacher with the curriculm.
  • Initiate classroom activities daily (sing-a-longs, art projects, sensory exploration, outdoorstimulation).
  • Create monthly curriculum/art projectsMaintain daily reportsTend to needs of up to 13 infants ages ranging from 6 weeks-17 months
  • Assist the lead teacher with lesson plans , art projects , changing diapers & feeding infants.

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in preparing materials and classrooms for class activities for the toddlers.
  • Planned for class activities and state assessment.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Provided excellent customer service and satisfaction.
  • Feed, change, and interact with infants * Had good customer service with parents and directors
  • Recognized for excellent customer service, collaborating with office workers to resolve child care issues.
  • Provide customer service as well as a nurturing and sociable environment.
  • Provide customer service in answering phones and giving center tours.
  • Received an award for customer service in 2008.
  • Provide excellent customer service to parents.
  • Received the Excellent Customer Service Award.
  • Provide customer service for parents.
  • Interact with families to provide excellent customer service, clients and coworkers to build trust while implementing the KU concepts.
  • Answer phones, filing, cash handling, customer service, Taking care of children needs
  • House keeping Customer service Helped children developed motor skills

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Here's how Daily Needs is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Assist director with daily needs such as answering phone calls, inform parents on tuition and school and other basic questions.
  • Teach and take care of the daily needs of up to seven infants per day.
  • Care for infants daily needs * Work with infants on manners and small motor skills.
  • Created and executed age appropriate lesson plans for older infants while maintaining their daily needs.
  • Provided for their daily needs, kept daily records, and interfaced with parents.
  • Make sure to properly document individual and groups daily needs and services provided.
  • Helped lead teacher in daily lessons, took care of babies daily needs
  • Observed children's daily needs, including nap time, meal times.
  • Cared for the daily needs of children six weeks to two years
  • Cared for and met the daily needs of the children.
  • Manage aides' tasks to fit necessary room daily needs.
  • Attend to daily needs associated with age groups.
  • Attended to the daily needs of 10 infants.
  • Provided for their personal daily needs.
  • Care for daily needs of Infants 6 weeks to 6 months of age
  • Provided care and support to babies, ages 6 weeks-1 year Maintained up to date records of babies daily needs and activities
  • Worked with 3 aditional Teachers 16 babies took care of daily needs.
  • provided care for infants made sure their daily needs were meet.
  • provide their daily needs while they're in my care and provide a curriculum for them each week
  • developed lesson plans for infant classroom cared for infants' daily needs and activities communicated with parents

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated small learning age groups of up to 12 children infant to 5 years old.
  • Worked with multiple age groups at this daycare.
  • Assist with advanced age groups.
  • Assisted with other age groups from 6 weeks to 12 years of age.
  • Worked primarily with Infants from ages six-weeks to 18 months, and floated to Other age groups as well.
  • Substituted for absentee teachers in all age groups.
  • Managed the feeding schedule for assigned age groups..
  • Helped teachers in different age groups Communicated with parents Wrote and followed lesson plans

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Here's how Daily Observations is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medications administered.
  • Conducted daily observations on developmental growth.
  • Record daily observations and organize them into binders for parents to look at and reflect on.
  • Keep up to date records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities.
  • Record daily observations and information about activities, and meals served.
  • Provided daily observations to the parents each day about their child.
  • Report daily observations to parents.

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25. Personal Care

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  • Certified in CPR infant/ Toddler, First Aid and Personal Care Assistant.
  • provided personal care and followed daily routine for infants Rutherford County Schools Special Education Teacher
  • Assisted other wokers with the personal care of the children.

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26. Imaginative Play

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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Give children opportunities to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Employed a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provide an environment for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Engaged children with learning activities and imaginative play.

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27. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities to ensure order in activity areas.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Organize and conduct age-appropriate recreational activities, such as games, art and crafts, sports, and walks.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as art, tummy time, and outside play.
  • Assist in all recreational activities, and assuring the safety of students.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities, kept appropriate records.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities, such as games.
  • Conducted recreational activities like drawing, music and coloring.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities,such as games.

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28. Developmental Milestones

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Here's how Developmental Milestones is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in daily classroom routines, emphasis on activities that promote stimulation with documentation of developmental milestones.
  • Implemented a balanced learning curriculum with music, art, and physical activities to encourage developmental milestones.
  • Keep daily activity records for parents and keeping records of developmental milestones.
  • Provided age appropriate activities for infants to reach their developmental milestones.
  • Recorded and tracked all developmental milestones.
  • Engage and teach infants to reach developmental milestones and enrich their learning with art, reading and music activities.
  • Conduct Needs and Service meetings with newly enrolled families and conferences twice a year documenting developmental milestones.
  • Interact with families on a daily basis about child's growth and developmental milestones and progress.
  • Assessed developmental milestones for infants ages 6 weeks to 24 months (2 years).
  • Inform families on their child s developmental milestones through daily verbal and written communications
  • Observe and record children's growth, behavior and developmental milestones.
  • Observed developmental milestones and tracking their progress as such.
  • Monitor and document each child's developmental milestones.
  • Help infants meet their developmental milestones.
  • Provide a loving environment for infants to grow and reach developmental milestones Provide individualized curriculum goals for each child
  • Developed curriculum for toddlers and infants to ensure that they meet developmental milestones.
  • Assisted them with their ongoing developmental milestones, Took care of basic hygiene requirements such as food preparation and diaper changing.
  • Prepared lesson plans that help meet the developmental milestones for children Was promoted to be the Infant/Toddler Coordinator.
  • Liaised with parents regarding their child everyday experiences Documented developmental milestones for future discussions with parents Participated in team meetings
  • Implemented curriculum in daily activities Properly documented and showcased children's developmental milestones Practiced routine health and safety care

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29. Intellectual Growth

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Here's how Intellectual Growth is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented activities promoting the social, physical, and intellectual growth of infants and toddlers.
  • Designed and implemented activities that promoted the social, physical and intellectual growth of children.
  • Instructed children in activities designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Planned and implement daily activities that promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Plan and implement childcare programs and activities promoting intellectual growth of children.
  • Gained my teacher certification Foster an environment conducive to physical, emotional, and intellectual growth for children.

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30. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Reinforce lessons presented by teachers by reviewing material with students one-on-one or in small groups.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Read books to entire class and small groups.
  • Read books to the entire class or small groups.

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31. Open Communication

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Here's how Open Communication is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Build positive healthy relationship with families and maintain open communication with families.
  • Promoted open communication and fostered positive relationships with parents and guardians.
  • Build strong, positive relationships with parents/families based on open communication.
  • Promoted open communication and relationships with parents.
  • Provided open communication and advice to parents.
  • Maintain daily open communication with parents.
  • Maintain open communication with parents regarding their child's goals and accomplishments which include a daily activity sheet and monthly goals.
  • Establish and maintain open communication with parents on a daily basis and through parent conferences twice a year.
  • Open communication with parents in regard to feeding and the daily needs of that specific infant.
  • Fill out daily notes to keep open communication for the families between home and school.
  • Created daily sheets for parents as well as open communication at all times.
  • Keep open communication with parents on children's behavior and daily progress.
  • Maintain daily open communication with all parents regarding their children.
  • Establish open communication between the classroom and school families.
  • Keep open communication with parents and families.
  • Create and implement curriculum and individual developmental goals Regularly interact with SNHS clients while maintaining open communication and respect.
  • Create lesson plans age appropriate, Ensure the safety of children Maintain open communication with parents and staff

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32. Naeyc

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Work cooperatively with all staff to maintain Oklahoma State Licensing regulations and NAEYC accreditation standards.
  • Collected and documented evidence that connected to NAEYC Accreditation standards.
  • Organized classroom that met state requirements and NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children) regulations.
  • Maintain a healthy and safe environment for children following the Department of Public Health and NAEYC guidelines.
  • Participated in NAEYC accreditation, former NAEYC member and AAEYC Teacher of the Year nominee.
  • Completed all necessary criteria to meet and pass NAEYC accreditation standards.
  • Exceeded goals in using standards to become NAEYC accredited.
  • Participated in team planning for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Implement and maintain NAEYC standards.
  • Meet NAEYC guidelines in the classrooms
  • Produced a binder for the NAEYC company Develop a personal relationship with each of one of the families in the classroom.
  • Desired Results ECERS, ETERS, SACERS Knowledge and understanding of Title 5 and Accreditation NAEYC
  • Contributed to NAEYC accreditation by completing class, center, and company paperwork for infants.

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33. Physical Development

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Here's how Physical Development is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed parents individually and in groups in behavior modification, physical development, language development and conceptual learning exercises and activities.
  • Assisted infant's growth and education.-Changed diapers.-Fed infants.-Practiced customer service skills with co-workers and parents.-Supported infants with their physical development.
  • Conferred with parents and other professionals periodically to obtain information relating to mental and physical development of children.
  • Specialized in special needs and behavioral problem children which included those with severe physical developmental issues.
  • Facilitated a safe and playful environment for children to foster social-emotional and physical developmental growth.
  • Worked with a daily curriculum that improved babies emotional and physical development.
  • Conducted developmental assessments testing cognitive, social and physical development.
  • Support infant/toddler healthy physical development.
  • Perform in-home, one-on-one educational therapy for children under three years of age with assorted mental and physical developmental challenges.
  • Plan activities for mental and physical development, responding to the needs of infants, and planning infant feeding plans.
  • Assist infants with physical development, in order to develop head and neck strength.
  • Instruct students in early language development, physical development and social skills.
  • Help the children with their cognitive, social, physical developmental needs.
  • Encourage children's emotional, cognitive, and physical development.
  • Care for infants and assist with cognitive and physical development

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34. Assistant Teacher

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  • Conduct periodic observations to evaluate job performance of assistant teachers -Maintained an open and positive relationship with each child and family.
  • Participated in discussions between assistant teachers and supporting staff to foster creativeness
  • Created & implemented monthly curriculum and newsletter with assistant teacher.
  • Relieve morning Assistant Teacher Check daily log of needs Feed infants Change diapers Engage and educate through play based lesson plans
  • Provide direct supervision, training, guidance, leadership, and technical assistance to assigned infant/toddler assistant teachers.
  • Answered phones sent emails and managed assistant teachers.
  • Conducted annual reviews on assistant teachers.
  • Mentor to Assistant Teachers and Associate Teachers

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35. Cooperative Relationship

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Here's how Cooperative Relationship is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain an open, friendly, and cooperative relationship with each child and family.

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36. Daily Schedule

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Here's how Daily Schedule is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Helped prepare, arrange, and maintain indoor and outdoor activity areas and materials to accommodate daily schedules.
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans, daily schedules and environment for children.
  • Implemented a daily schedule, and curriculum in the infant classroom.
  • Help arrange room and play materials to accommodate the daily schedule.
  • Maintain daily schedules to meet the needs of individual infants.
  • Create daily schedules that meet the children's developmental needs.
  • Instruct and follow the daily scheduled activities and plans.
  • Ensured infants were on a structured daily schedule.
  • Devised a flexible and pertinent daily schedule.
  • Planned and implemented daily schedules and activities.
  • Maintained and followed a daily schedule.
  • Documented each child's daily schedule.
  • Adhered to the daily schedule.
  • Developed and followed lesson plans for infant to kindergarten age students Organized daily schedule to create structure
  • Communicated daily with parents and they received daily schedules of their Childs day.
  • Changed and fed infants Implemented cognitive learning activities Followed a daily schedule Communicated with parents and staff
  • Communicated with parents * Planned activities * Set daily schedules for the children * Interacted with children on all levels
  • Changed diapers Handled feeding Filled out daily schedules Assisted the lead teacher
  • Changed diapers Write daily schedules Interact with children Skills Used Ability to think quick when emergency may have arise.
  • Feed children Write daily schedule Supervise infant Skills Used Ability to think quick when emergency may have arise.

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37. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain accurate records of payments, filing documents, transferring phone calls, and daily good customer interactions with clients
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Communicate with other teachers and parents.- Occasionally answer phone calls and relay messages to other teachers/staff.
  • Communicate with parents through email, phone calls, drop off and pick up daily.
  • Handled the cash register, lottery machine, medicine pick-up, and phone calls.
  • Answer phone calls and help out in other classrooms or office whenever needed.
  • Transfer phone calls to director when answering calls about the center.
  • Accepted necessary phone calls, with complaints, and concerns.
  • Answered phone calls for the company.
  • Manage state regulated sleep charts Perform general administrative tasks such as attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Interacted with parents through daily notes, phone calls, & conferences.
  • provide childcare, answer phone calls communicate with parents and other staff.
  • Connect with parents through daily reports of child (ren)'s progress as well as phone calls and direct contact.
  • Attended to infants Responsible for taking payments Communicated with parents as well as co-workers regarding child's development Answering phone calls
  • Take Care of Infants Collect Tuition Answer Phone Calls File Paperwork Clean Food preparation

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38. Infant Children

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  • Care for Infant children daily* Assure safety and quality care for Infants and follow parent requests
  • Worked directly with infant children; getting to know them and their individual developmental needs.
  • Care for and provide developmentally appropriate activities for infant children ages 0-12 months.
  • Provide care for infant children and communication with parents
  • Care and supervision of infant children.
  • Care and nurturing of infant children ( ages 8 weeks to 18 months)
  • Care for infant children Feed, clean, and keep workspace organized and hygienic Communicate with parents

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39. Developmental Problems

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Here's how Developmental Problems is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Identify signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring them to parents' or guardians' attention.
  • Watch for signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring problems to the attention of their parents.
  • Identified signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and reported to parents.
  • Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children, Communicated regularly with parents about daily activities and behaviors.

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40. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Established positive communication with parents by directing parent-teacher conferences and daily exchanges.
  • Facilitated individual parent-teacher conferences to review child's achievements, abilities, strengths, and areas of improvement.
  • Change diapers fed babies did lesson plans kept the room clean from clutter sanitized did parent-teacher conferences
  • Helped facilitate indoor and outdoor play, parent-teacher conferences and keeping the classroom clean.
  • Report progress of children to parents in bi-annual reports and through parent-teacher conferences.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences 2 times during the school year.
  • Write and conduct parent-teacher conferences twice yearly.

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41. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Developed positive relationships with guardians and friends.
  • Created strong and positive relationships with parents to ensure trust and confidence in care of children.
  • Build and maintain positive relationships with the parents and children who utilize the center's services.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships with them.
  • Maintain positive relationships with parents, children, co-workers, and director.
  • Established & maintained positive relationships with parents/members of the YMCA.
  • Build positive relationships with children, staff, and families.
  • Maintained positive relationships with the families of the children.
  • Managed positive relationships with children and their families.
  • Sustain positive relationships with parents and families.
  • Maintain positive relationships with parents/guardians, children and coworkers.
  • Maintained a safe and nurturing environment for all children Cultivate positive relationships with families Partner and communicate with parents

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42. New Things

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Here's how New Things is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Created new things for children to have fun with and learn at the same time.
  • Provide the kids with the best care as possible as well as teach them new things
  • Spend at least an hour in the activity center learning new things each week.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination by helping children discover new things each day.
  • Care for the children assigned to me.AccomplishmentsI learned so many new things when it comes to taking care of an infant.
  • Change infants diapers Feed the infants bottles and baby food Teach the infants new things

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43. Developmental Screenings

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Here's how Developmental Screenings is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Demonstrated skills to properly address developmental needs of infants and toddlers, conducted and documented developmental screenings of all enrolled children.
  • Conduct and document developmental screenings and assessments of children.
  • Conduct developmental screenings of infants and toddlers motor, language, social, cognitive, perceptual and emotional levels.
  • Conduct developmental screenings two times per year to determine motor, language, social, cognitive and emotional skills.
  • Conduct developmental screenings and assessments on infants that outline achievements and goals as they grow.
  • Conducted developmental screenings and ongoing assesstments to determine motor, social, cognitive, perceptual and emotional skills.

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44. Personal Habits

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Here's how Personal Habits is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained accurate records of children's personal habits and activities; reported daily routines, incidents and activities to parents.
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits, such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits.

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45. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Directed children in eating, resting, and potty training.
  • Helped children with potty training and manners.
  • Assisted in potty training as well.
  • Help parents with potty training.
  • Assisted with potty training for 2 year old children.

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46. Basic Care

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Here's how Basic Care is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Performed a combination of basic care, assistance with activities as indicated and activity guidance duties in safe, nurturing environment.
  • Provide basic care, safety, supervision, developmental activities, specialized programs and redirection of children.
  • Comforted and support infants through one-on-one moments of basic care needs, play, and communication.
  • Perform a combination of basic care and teaching duties.
  • Provide basic care for infants an education
  • Performed basic care and nurturing.
  • Provided basic care of infants.
  • Provide children with basic care throughout the day Maintain a clean room and up to date curriculum
  • cared for infants 4 weeks to 11 months with feedings, changings, first aid, naps, and basic care

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47. Simple Painting

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

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48. Patient Care

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49. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Infant Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented positive guidance techniques consistent with State regulations.
  • Cleaned classrooms daily and ensured classrooms were completely safe and up to par with state regulations.
  • Ensured compliance with state regulations and industry best-practices for cleanliness and safety.
  • Maintained a safe and healthy environment by following all State regulations.
  • Maintained all Department of Human Resources guidelines and State regulations.
  • Create safe and clean environment according to state regulations.
  • Fed and changed infants according to NJ state regulations.

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50. Physical Health

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20 Most Common Skills For An Infant Teacher

Infant Care

26.8%

Child Care Routines

15.6%

Lesson Plans

12.7%

Appropriate Curriculum

10.9%

Daily Activities

4.0%

Diaper Changes

3.8%

Infant Room

3.3%

Safe Environment

3.0%

Safe Play Environment

2.1%

OLD Children

2.0%

Constant Supervision

1.9%

Social Development

1.9%

Special Needs

1.9%

CPR

1.8%

Daily Care

1.5%

Child Care

1.4%

Staff Members

1.4%

Basic Needs

1.4%

Art Projects

1.4%

Class Activities

1.3%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Infant Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Infant Care 22.7%
2 Child Care Routines 13.2%
3 Lesson Plans 10.8%
4 Appropriate Curriculum 9.2%
5 Daily Activities 3.4%
6 Diaper Changes 3.2%
7 Infant Room 2.8%
8 Safe Environment 2.6%
9 Safe Play Environment 1.8%
10 OLD Children 1.7%
11 Constant Supervision 1.6%
12 Social Development 1.6%
13 Special Needs 1.6%
14 CPR 1.6%
15 Daily Care 1.2%
16 Child Care 1.2%
17 Staff Members 1.2%
18 Basic Needs 1.2%
19 Art Projects 1.2%
20 Class Activities 1.1%
21 Customer Service 0.9%
22 Daily Needs 0.9%
23 AGE Groups 0.8%
24 Daily Observations 0.8%
25 Personal Care 0.7%
26 Imaginative Play 0.7%
27 Recreational Activities 0.7%
28 Developmental Milestones 0.7%
29 Intellectual Growth 0.6%
30 Small Groups 0.5%
31 Open Communication 0.5%
32 Naeyc 0.5%
33 Physical Development 0.5%
34 Assistant Teacher 0.4%
35 Cooperative Relationship 0.4%
36 Daily Schedule 0.4%
37 Phone Calls 0.4%
38 Infant Children 0.4%
39 Developmental Problems 0.4%
40 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.4%
41 Positive Relationships 0.4%
42 New Things 0.4%
43 Developmental Screenings 0.4%
44 Personal Habits 0.3%
45 Potty Training 0.3%
46 Basic Care 0.3%
47 Simple Painting 0.3%
48 Patient Care 0.3%
49 State Regulations 0.3%
50 Physical Health 0.3%
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