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Top 50 Lead Toddler Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Lead Toddler Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Lead Toddler Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.8% of Lead Toddler Teacher resumes contained Lesson Plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Lead Toddler Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Lead Toddler Teacher:

1. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Develop and implement lesson plans in accordance with company policy and program educational objectives and goals.
  • Implement developmentally appropriate curriculum, units and lesson plans.
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Develop and implement lesson plans through play which follow the Creative Curriculum and provide anecdotal records based on assessment and observation.
  • Provided developmentally appropriate lesson plans integrating language, fine/gross motor, science, math, and socialization.
  • Developed and produced age-appropriate lesson plans considering the range of ages in the classroom.
  • Created lesson plans including arts & crafts, reading, games, and dancing.
  • Provide necessary input to the planning of activities/lesson plans for to toddler children.
  • Filled out daily sheets, meal sheets accident forms, lesson plans.
  • Developed age-appropriate thematic lesson plans to aid the children in learning.
  • Create fun and educational lesson plans for the toddler age group.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans for children in the infant/toddler program.
  • Planned and taught age appropriate lesson plans daily.
  • Developed lesson plans and coordinating arts & crafts.
  • Prepared age appropriate lesson plans for classroom.
  • Designed detailed age appropriate weekly lesson plans.
  • Implement lesson plans on time and met te needs of the students.
  • created weekly lesson plans, using age appropriate activities and researching new innovative ideas to bring into the classroom.
  • Point of contact for parents /guardians Lesson plans and state required curriculum Student care taker
  • Created themed lesson plans weekly -Building parent\children\community relationships -Up-holding parent\teacher communication -Providing stimulating academic and peer socialization experiences -Created a child-friendly environment

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2. Appropriate Curriculum

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  • Implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflects observations and assessments of individual children and goals jointly developed with parents/guardians.
  • Create and Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflects observations and goals of individual children.
  • Utilized appropriate curriculum for age groups as prescribed by corporate policies and national accreditation standards.
  • Provide overall leadership in the development and delivery of high quality bi-lingual developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum for Toddlers aged 13-24 months.
  • Developed and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum for children ages 4-5.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum that addressed different learning styles.
  • Assisted and trained teachers under supervision on developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Developed and executed monthly calendars and age appropriate curriculum.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Facilitate and developed age appropriate curriculum.
  • Design and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum for the ages and stages of the children using emergent curriculum based on best practice.
  • Planned, and scheduled age appropriate curriculum involving various activities to stimulate children's cognitive skills, abilities and development.
  • Developed age appropriate curriculum, implemented activities and lessons, and communicated with the parents on a daily basis.
  • Build and use age appropriate curriculum to develop each child's cognitive abilities, communication, and motor skills.
  • Supervised, developed and implemented appropriate curriculum for children aged 15 months to 2 years 9 months.
  • Implemented age appropriate curriculum based activities for birth to two year old age group.
  • Implemented an age appropriate curriculum to instill a love of school and learning.
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum * Facilitate regular parent/guardian communication * Interact frequently and respectfully with toddler age children.
  • Maintained daily records of activities, behaviors, meals and naps.Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.

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3. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with co-teacher on lesson plans, developmentally appropriate activities, and classroom management.
  • Incorporated classroom management skills to create a positive atmosphere.
  • Utilized classroom management and other techniques to encourage development.
  • Implemented consistent classroom management skills.
  • Provided instruction and classroom management.
  • Increased Enrollment during my tenure due to effective classroom management and interpersonal skills leading to greater satisfaction of parents enrolling children.
  • Mentored and presented workshops with new teachers, providing guidance on classroom management, discipline, and lesson plans.
  • Observed teachers at center offering each constructive criticism for lessons, learning centers, classroom management techniques.
  • Offered direction to teachers in areas of classroom management and lesson plans for smooth daily operations.
  • Supervised all classroom management duties with the help of my classroom assistant.
  • Trained and mentored new teacher on school curriculum and classroom management.
  • Maintain impeccable classroom management, as well as parent teacher communication.
  • Assisted other staff in classroom management and other center duties.
  • Ensured classroom management by setting rules and limits.
  • Assist and monitor classroom management.
  • discipline strategies, communication with parents, and classroom management.
  • Implement curriculum daily for toddlers Classroom management Plan developmentally appropriate activities References and Portfolio are available upon request

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4. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Create an open line of communication with co-teacher as well as other teachers and administration within the child care center.
  • Provided supervision and activities for 10-12 children ages 10-16 months in a large private child care facility.
  • Position: Child Care WorkedWorked with children from 2 years of age to 5 years of age.
  • Communicate effectively with children and there parents as well with teachers and other child care workers.
  • Arranged games and other entertainment for children to create a positive child care environment.
  • Operate the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards, and Regulations.
  • Performed as a Preschool Lead Teacher in a NAEYC- accredited child care center.
  • Check infants and children in and out while providing basic child care.
  • Assist with the supervision of staff and volunteers for child care setting.
  • Complete 2 hours of continue education courses in child care every month.
  • Provide assistance and child care for infants to five years of age.
  • Certified Child Care Assistant* Taught Lesson Plans* Loved and Cared for Children
  • Lead with daily child care activities in the Toddler classroom.
  • Conducted parent/teacher orientations and meetings Responsible for the planned arrangement, manifestation furnishings and learning environment in the child care classroom.
  • Designed and taught lessons; directed day-to-day activities in a child care program for children 1 - 3 years of age.
  • Drive NW Walker, MI 49534 Child care, cleaning, food preparation and planning of daily activities and projects
  • Comply with Texas DFPS Minimum Standards for child care centers and Food Program -Perform general cleaning duties
  • Implemented Montessori lesson plans for toddler class Followed NC and Dare County procedures for child care
  • WORK EXPERIENCE ) Nanny's Child Care

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5. Toddler

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Here's how Toddler is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented age-appropriate curriculum for 12 toddlers.
  • Instruct toddler age children in social, emotional, and academic skills while building their knowledge and understanding of the world.
  • Planned and conducted activities for a balanced toddler program that focuses on the whole child.
  • Provided a safe, healthy, and loving environment for 10-12 infants and toddlers.
  • Deliver lessons to toddlers that promote discovery, and growth in a supportive environment.
  • Changed diapers and assisted with toileting and toilet training for toddlers and infants.
  • Transitioned toddlers in the classroom and on to the next level when appropriate.
  • Lead toddler teacher, oversee the whole classroom and all children.
  • Write all staff schedules for the infants and toddler staff.
  • Charted toddler milestones and daily record of events.
  • Provide care and comfort to infants and toddlers.
  • Relieved the head teacher and toddler teacher.
  • Create a flexible lesson plan for infant/toddlers.
  • Produced Toddler curriculum for the Program.
  • implemented developmentally appropriate program for toddlers.
  • Started as a part-time assistant pre-school teacher then moved up to a full-time lead teacher position in the one's/toddler classroom.
  • Experience managing a toddler classroom as well as all of the normal tasks that come with childcare.
  • Lead Toddler Teacher Watched over children ages 15 months to 24 months Drove children to their destination in company vehicle
  • Full hands on with children in the toddler age group..established great relations with co workers, childrens families.
  • Maintain cleanliness of toddler room Ensure kids are always clean and comfortable Worked/feed kids Lesson plans/activities

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6. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Lead classroom teacher in toddler class; responsible for planning daily activities, maintaining communication with parents; directing/supervising assistant teachers
  • Communicated regularly with parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Supervised assistant teacher in daily activities.
  • Planned and prepared for daily activities, Read stories to the children and taught them painting, drawing and crafts.
  • Communicated with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Provide daily activities (indoor & outdoor) which stimulate physical, social and cognitive growth.
  • Create a fun and safe atmosphere for daily activities such as learning and play times.
  • Greet parents upon arrival and discuss children's daily activities and progress.
  • Plan and implement daily activities to meet individual needs of children.
  • Follow daily activities, preparation of meals and transportation with children.
  • Informed parents of their child's daily activities and conducts.
  • Communicate with children's parent's about daily activities.
  • Provide a monthly lesson plan of daily activities.
  • Created lesson plans, watched over daily activities.
  • Coordinated daily activities to promote independence and creative thinking * Met with parents to provide information on individual progress of their children
  • Lead Toddler Teacher Lead classroom of ten 18- 36 month children, completed lesson plans, lead daily activities.
  • Created a safe, educational environment, Prepared daily activities and lesson plans.
  • Filled out daily reports on their daily activities Filled out accident reports
  • Construct Weekly Curriculum Conduct daily activities Closing Duties
  • Planned daily activities and projects for children Read stories and lead circle time Communicated daily with parents about their child's day

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7. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Created a socially, emotionally, academically, and physically safe environment.
  • Prepare and present a developmentally appropriate curriculum and safe environment to children between the ages of 2-3.5 years old.
  • Prepared daily curriculum, Instructed classroom of toddlers, Worked with children with Mental disabilities, Provided safe environment
  • Supervised children while maintained a healthy and safe environment for in which a child could grow.
  • Provide a nurturing and safe environment that also stimulates a young child's development.
  • Provide a loving, safe environment for children ages 7 months to 24 months.
  • Present organized activities in a scheduled, routine manner while maintaining a safe environment.
  • Maintained a well-organized and safe environment for toddlers while in my care.
  • Provide a clean and safe environment for the children at all times.
  • Provide and fun and safe environment for them to learn and grow.
  • Provide a safe environment for children during outside play and classroom play.
  • Observe and monitor children's play activities and maintain a safe environment.
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment for the children and staff.
  • Organized classroom, constructed lesson plans, maintained a structured safe environment
  • Established and maintained a clean and safe environment.
  • Provide a safe environment daily for children.
  • Encouraged safe environment and loving guidance.
  • Provided a clean and safe environment.
  • Planned and implemented daily curriculum Administered medication as needed and ensured a safe environment
  • Provided a healthy and safe environment for children 6 wks to 12 years of age.

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8. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain proper management of children's hygiene needs, including washing hands, potty training, clothing changes and snack manners.
  • Focused on Self Help Skills (Potty Training, Proper Hand Washing, etc.)
  • Provided care, snacks, lunch, potty training, and behavior management for children
  • Work with all ages, Making teaching fun from potty training to deployment.
  • Assisted in the diapering and potty training of the children in the room.
  • Teach and care for children including changing diapers and potty training.
  • Changed diapers and worked with parents on potty training.
  • Introduced children to the process of potty training.
  • Worked with parents for learning and potty training.
  • Assist with the potty training of toddlers.
  • Encourage potty training and good table manners.
  • Start the potty training process.
  • Trained children for potty training.
  • Create and execute lesson plans, build and maintain parent relationships, documentation and portfolios, potty training, monthly journaling.
  • Carried out daily duties; curriculum, child activities, potty training, sanitizing play area, one on one opportunities.
  • Helped parents with potty training, proper eating habits, proper hand washing techniques.
  • pencil holding, scissors holding/ cutting) as well as encouraging independence in potty training and problem solving.
  • assisted with naptime and potty training.
  • Supervised and interacted with children Led circle time/lessons plans Oversaw art projects and other activities Assisted with potty training/changing diapers
  • Teach them ABC..123..potty training....etc..paper work

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9. Assistant Teacher

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Here's how Assistant Teacher is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with my assistant teacher to organize an environment which encouraged use of interest centers.
  • Supervised and mentored Assistant Teachers by demonstrating appropriate interactions and problem solving skills.
  • Developed purposeful assignments for two assistant teachers.
  • Lead Instructor/Teacher, administration to Assistant Teachers and Youth Workers, developed daily work schedules and tasks for employees.
  • Set up the classroom for children arrival and delegate work to my two assistant teachers.
  • Lead learning activities, provide primary care, guide assistant teachers, follow licensing rules.
  • Prepared meals and made sure all routines were followed by the assistant teacher and helpers.
  • Develop and mentor assistant teachers including graduate, undergraduate students and work study students.
  • Participated in the hiring, training and supervision of several assistant teachers.
  • Employed - Leader of a team that consists of three assistant teachers.
  • Managed one assistant teacher as well as a teacher in training.
  • Led two assistant teachers in managing the room's environment.
  • Care and nurturing of infants as an assistant teacher.
  • Collaborate with my assistant teacher, families and colleagues.
  • Managed assistant teachers on lesson building and project creation.
  • Parented with my assistant teacher for daily plans.
  • Created work schedules for assistant teachers in classroom.
  • Arranged classroom according to best practices Worked collaboratively with assistant teacher and administration
  • Work with assistant teachers to ensure age appropriate activities provided for children.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum in Toddler classroom Supervised assistant teachers and volunteers Planned and implemented classroom budget

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10. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Provided full-day care for up to ten two-year old children with the help of an assistant teacher.
  • Created and instructed a variety of lessons for approximately ten 18month-3 year old children.
  • Plan curriculum and teach a class of eight, 1-2 year old children.
  • Supervised two year old children, Introduced early developmental and primary skills.
  • Prepare and execute age appropriate lesson plans for 12-24 month old children.
  • Plan lessons for 24- to 30-month old children.
  • Assist 2 year old children with potty training.
  • Plan and implement classroom activities for 18-24 month-old children
  • Supervised one and two-year-old children.
  • Managed one-year old children through developing lesson plans based on childcare curriculum.
  • Lead teacher in charge of caring for one year old children.

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11. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Design and implement developmentally appropriate lessons * Facilitate children's needs * Communicate openly with parents and other staff members
  • Communicated with parents/guardians and other staff members verbally and written.
  • Maintained excellent communication with parents and other staff members.
  • Established and maintained rapport with all staff members, parents, guardians and children at Davidson-Cornelius Child Development Center.
  • Interacted with children, parents, and other staff members to benefit the education of all our children.
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Lead Toddler Teacher: Manage a classroom of 12 toddler aged children and 3 staff members.
  • Communicated daily with parents and other staff members to ensure all educational needs are being met.
  • Coordinated with staff members and communicated effectively with parents on their child's development.
  • Created and maintained the classroom's bulletin board to update parents and staff members.
  • Work effectively with other staff members to form a positive, supportive team atmosphere.
  • Managed two support staff members in order to run the room efficiently.
  • Provided leadership and direction to other staff members in the classroom.
  • Trained new staff members with state and company policies.
  • Organized an unprecedented classroom while managing 3 staff members.
  • Train and supervise new and current staff members.
  • Assisted in scheduling of staff members.
  • Communicated with parents and staff members.
  • Lead Three's Teacher Co-Lead Four's Teacher Supervise up to 119 children and 17 staff members.
  • Train new staff members Monitored staff-child ratios Established policies and communicate them to staff and parents.

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12. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Developed individual educational plans (IEP) designed to promote educational, physical and social development.
  • 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.
  • Designed and supervised lesson plans that promote physical, emotional and social development.
  • Arranged classroom to provide a full range of age appropriate activities, to encourage children in advancing their social development.
  • Create and implement toddler curriculum lessons through hands on activities for emotional, physical and social development of children.
  • Managed classroom and curriculum while working with the children to promote their physical, cognitive and social development.
  • Conducted assessments that analyzed physical, emotional, intellectual, and social development of each child.
  • Prepared materials, organized and led activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Instruct 22 toddler-aged children in activities that promote cognitive, physical, and social development.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Organize and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Develop lesson plans that enhance their physical, emotional and social development.
  • Support children's emotional and social development.
  • Guide children's behavior and social development.

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13. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a safe play environment by emphasizing and maintaining cleanliness and organization.
  • Sanitize toys and play equipment, maintain a safe play environment.
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for children.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Maintain a safe play environment.
  • Dress children and change diapers.Maintain a safe play environment.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles .Established a safe play environment for the children.

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14. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared classrooms for class activities and provided a variety of materials and resources for children to explore and manipulate.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

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15. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Monitored children to detect signs of illness, injury, abuse, neglect, emotional disturbance, or other special needs.
  • Conducted intake interviews with parents upon enrollment to obtain pertinent facts about their children's background or special needs.
  • Created and carried out weekly lesson plans to promote development for children both with and without special needs.
  • Support the Lead Administrators in caring for, teaching and advocating for two children with identified special needs.
  • Collaborated with a Special Education teacher to include children with special needs into the typical school setting.
  • Worked with Early Intervention professionals providing services for children with special needs included in the class.
  • Worked with an occupational therapist to assist a special needs child in walking and mobility.
  • Worked closely with Early Interventions Developmental Specialists, for children with special needs.
  • Care for children with and without special needs with a 1:5 ratio.
  • Addressed concerns or special needs parents may have had concerning their children.
  • Monitored and assisted in the care of children with special needs.
  • Create and submit individual lesson plans for special needs students.
  • Communicated daily with parents of special needs children.
  • Develop behavioral plans for children with special needs.
  • Worked with special needs children * Supervised transitions.
  • Planed activities for children with special needs.
  • Integrated children with special needs into the program, modifying the program and the physical environment when necessary.
  • Accomplished professional friendship with families -Have some experience working with special needs children -Managed toddler classroom

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Here's how CPR is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Received training and CPR (2011) on children personal rights, health and safety under the child protection act.
  • Administer first aid/CPR to children as may be required for the purpose of meeting immediate health care needs.
  • Assisted training courses: Fire Safety, CPR & First Aid and Health and Safety Orientation.
  • Started as an assistant teacher promoted to lead teacher.CPR First Aid trained
  • Attended and renewed my First Aid and CPR when needed.
  • Uphold all CPR and New York State regulated certifications.
  • Completed First Aid and CPR training.
  • Obtained First Aid and CPR certification
  • Maintained First Aid, CPR and Medication administrationcertification.
  • State certification in CPR and First Aid 40 Hours per state guidelines and testing
  • Maintained current state training requirements (including CPR and First Aid training.
  • Certified in Cpr, First aid, Child abuse, Communicable disease.
  • Ceritified in CPR, child abuse, and communicable diseases Offered parents detailed daily reports that outlined their child's day.
  • Created weekly curriculum Available to fill in for teachers First Aid/CPR certified
  • Maintain requirements for DDS, cpr and firstaide.
  • Maintained high production and quality standards First Aid Certified CPR Certified Completion of CDA Course.

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17. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Develop lesson plans, art projects, and activities that are appropriate for the individual child as well as a group
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans and art projects in order to stimulate the child's mind and provide incredible learning opportunities.
  • Organize and create student activities including lesson plans, art projects, learning games and progress reports.
  • Initiate classroom activities daily (sing-a-longs, art projects, sensory exploration, outdoor stimulation).
  • Worked with co-teacher to create lesson plans, prepare art projects, and schedule activities.
  • Contrived art projects that provided sensory experiences as well as made use of hand-eye coordination.
  • Planned art projects * Provided meals and snacks * Changed diapers * Recorded data
  • Created art projects and lesson plans that were developmentally appropriate for each child.
  • Created monthly lesson plans, daily growth charts, and art projects.
  • Teach music, sign language, and create memorable art projects.
  • Planned art projects and activities for the children.

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18. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Schedule and conduct formal and individual parent-teacher conferences as well as communicating daily with parents or family.
  • Maintained daily contact with parents and participated in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Plan all required parent-teacher conferences and student evaluations.
  • Conduct quarterly home visits and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Prepared reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and assessments.
  • Communicated effectively with center families and parents about their child's progress, development, and accomplishments, including parent-teacher conferences.
  • Hold twice yearly parent-teacher conferences using information from assessments and classroom observations to share progress and needs of children.
  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences, order supplies, handle record-keeping, and kept a tidy classroom.
  • Build relationships with parents and families as well as held bi- annual parent-teacher conferences.
  • 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.
  • Report progress of children to parents in bi-annual reports and through parent-teacher conferences.
  • Meet with parents for Parent-Teacher conferences to discuss the progress of their children.
  • Conduct parent-teacher conferences to address issues or concerns with parents and families.
  • Conducted home visits and parent-teacher conferences twice a year.
  • Coordinate parent-teacher conferences at least twice a year.
  • Communicate with parents on a regular basis Conduct parent-teacher conferences
  • Reported progress of children to parents in bi-annual reports and through parent-teacher conferences Maintained a safe and healthy learning environment.
  • Write and execute weekly lesson plans - Lead classroom activities - Held parent-teacher conferences - Helped children meet developmental milestones

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19. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Create educational and recreational activities designed to develop children s psychological, emotional, behavioral, and social skills.
  • Coordinated and participated in class trips and recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in structured recreational activities.
  • Created recreational activities to motivate children.
  • Provide educational and recreational activities.
  • Organized and supervised games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Core Organize and participate in recreational activities and outings, such as games and field trips.
  • Provided Therapeutic Play and recreational activities for patients and their families.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities, such as games.

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20. Personal Habits

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Here's how Personal Habits is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits, such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Assisted children in health and personal habits, such as eating, resting and washing hands.
  • Teach and help children develop good personal habits and manners.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Acknowledged needs and requirements, including food choices, medical conditions and personal habits.

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21. Imaginative Play

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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Employed a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.

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22. Naeyc

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Lead teaching team in designing and implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum according to the guidelines established by Bright Horizons and NAEYC.
  • Participated in NAEYC accreditation process including finishing class portfolio and site visit.
  • Maintained a learning environment structured according to NAEYC standards and philosophy.
  • Worked at U-GRO in accordance with company and state licensing standards as well as NAEYC and Keystone STARS.
  • Produced and executed creative lesson plans, using age-appropriate learning goals, in-line with NAEYC standards.
  • Adhere to the standards of NAEYC, Better Beginnings, ITERS/ECERS and state licensing regulations.
  • Maintained NAEYC and state licensing guidelines for curriculum, health and safety standards.
  • Maintain a clean, organized environment that meets NAEYC and Quality First standards.
  • Maintain children's records accurately according to EEC and NAEYC regulations.
  • Supervised classroom aides and assistants ensuring that NAEYC standards were followed.
  • Complied with NAEYC accreditation and State of Ohio daycare regulations.
  • Participated in NAEYC Accreditation process and DEEC licensing.
  • Head of NAEYC accreditation process.
  • Created and implemented curriculum based on children's developmental needs Assisted center in getting ready for NAEYC accreditation
  • Create and implement curriculum for toddlers Supervise, train and hire staff Manage classroom to ensure NAEYC standards and licensing requirements

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23. Daily Observations

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  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medications administered.
  • Recorded daily observations of children's behavior and activities; monitors behavioral patterns and developed assessment and profiles.
  • Complete daily observations and assessments.
  • Recorded daily observations of children's behaviors and actions to help parents and fellow teachers.

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24. Customer Service

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  • Provided superior customer service & ensures frequent communication in the retention of families enrolled.
  • Provide quality customer service in all interactions with internal and external customers.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service to children and families.
  • Provided excellent customer service to existing families.
  • Provided customer service for families and tracked each child's learning progression through developmental overviews to monitor levels of ability.
  • Strengthened customer service and interpersonal skills while building relationships with children, parents and staff.
  • Provide customer service needs for parents concerned with their child s needs.
  • Established a friendly rapport with parents and provided excellent customer service.
  • Trained new staff on procedures, policies and customer service.
  • Provide customer service to families and their guests.
  • Demonstrated excellent customer service skills through extensive parent contact including quarterly conferences.
  • Provide customer service with families and supports the program goal of parent satifaction with our school and our company.
  • Clean and sanitize children and work space.Skills UsedCustomer service skills, communication skills, problem solving skills, patients
  • Experience providing great customer service to all of the families that I communicated with on a daily basis.
  • Provide the best customer service possible .

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25. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Provide personal cares, love, compassion, and guidance.
  • Total personal care to infants and toddlers.
  • Total personal care for children.

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26. Positive Reinforcement Method

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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Encouraged a good behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Achieved good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.

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27. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and created of lesson plans as well as activities for both age groups that assist in development.
  • Worked directly with the Owner/Director to create curriculum for each of the age groups.
  • Developed daily classroom curriculum for children of various age groups and skill levels.
  • Organized and implemented numerous field trip opportunities appropriate for the different age groups.
  • Supervised children in all age groups; infants, toddlers, preschool.
  • Worked with age groups infant to school age.
  • Have worked with all age groups.

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28. Montessori

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Here's how Montessori is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented a Montessori based curriculum for toddlers in a loving and nurturing Montessori classroom setting.
  • Created and implemented weekly lesson plans following a Montessori curriculum.
  • Applied Montessori principles in toddler environment.
  • Certified Infant/Toddler Teacher with American Montessori Society
  • Guided children by allowing individual learning at a pace set by each child, following the Montessori philosophy.
  • Worked effectively with my assistant teacher, to create an environment catered for the Montessori philosophy.
  • Traveled out of state to attend multiple American Montessori Society (AMS) annual conferences.
  • Created outdoor toddler friendly space and toddler friendly Montessori classroom in a start up business.
  • Trained assistant for toddler environment, and helped her growth as a Montessori teacher.
  • Incorporated Montessori style learning centers and lessons to ensure all or most students engaged.
  • Prepare and implement curriculum for children aged 18-24 months in a Montessori environment.
  • Created Montessori environment under a self-directed internship in a start up school.
  • Support and assist parents and teacher assistant with the Montessori philosophy.
  • Incorporated hands on activities to accommodate the Montessori learning style.
  • Teach Montessori method to children through exploration and play.
  • Present Montessori lessons to 18 mos.
  • Developed and maintained students lesson plans and portfolios according to the Montessori curriculum.
  • Present Montessori lessons to 2-3 yr olds.
  • Implement Creative Play and Montessori Curriculum Track and maintain record keeping of student progress Work closely with Teaching Team
  • Have montessori training at top montessori school in Louisiana.

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29. Basic Needs

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  • Attended to basic needs of children (feeding, diapering/potty time, sleep schedules, etc).
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and changing their diapers.
  • Provided their basic needs and provided structure and stability Skills Used Patience, compassion, conflict resolution
  • Attend to children's basic needs including feeding, dressing, and diapering.
  • Attended to basic needs of children, such as feeding and changing.
  • Provide for a child's basic needs.
  • Tend to children's basic needs.
  • Attend to children's basic needs.

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30. Daily Schedule

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Here's how Daily Schedule is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Keep the classroom on pace with the daily schedule while maintaining a positive, energetic, and fun atmosphere.
  • Helped prepare, arrange, and maintain indoor and outdoor activity areas and materials to accommodate daily schedule.
  • Develop daily schedules to meet the social emotional, cognitive and physical needs of all children.
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans and daily schedule along with the assistant teacher.
  • Follow a daily schedule that consists of different activities every half an hour.
  • Create daily schedules and weekly lesson plans consisting of child based activities.
  • Make sure the daily schedule is followed to establish a good routine.
  • Followed daily schedules and routines and maintained State of Michigan licensing practices.
  • Created daily scheduled routines and age appropriate skilled lessons and children engagements.
  • Help students adjust and become use to a daily schedule.
  • Prepared daily schedule and taught, played and pampered.
  • Create daily schedules and lead children in activities.
  • Administered daily schedule and lesson plans.
  • Maintain daily schedule for classroom.
  • Followed daily schedules and routines.
  • Implement daily schedule Responsible for developing monthly lesson plans
  • Implemented physical development activities in daily schedule, as well as laid foundations for healthy eating and family style dining.
  • Certified First aid Certified Lift up to 60lbs Plan daily schedules Stayed on curriculum Managed daily lives

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31. Toilet Training

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Here's how Toilet Training is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Completed daily activities sheet for parents, along with success in eating, toilet training, and tooth brushing.
  • Plan daily activities that are developmentally appropriate, help children learn toilet training.
  • Planned activities, curriculum, toilet training, life skills .
  • Develop and implement weekly lesson plans Observe and record all daily activities Assist in toilet training Maintain a safe and healthy environment

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32. Developmental Milestones

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Here's how Developmental Milestones is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Required to make weekly journal entries about specific developmental milestones and track any signals of developmental delays in children.
  • Tracked child development according to developmental milestones.
  • Tracked developmental milestones and conducted balanced assessments.
  • Use the Denver Assessment tool to evaluate children's developmental milestones and discuss any concerns with parents and administration.
  • Develop daily lesson plans to meet academic, intellectual, and the developmental milestones of students.
  • Encourage age developmental milestones such as walking, eating on their own, and talking.
  • Cared for and worked with children to help meet education and developmental milestones.
  • Prepared lessons plans that would help each child reach developmental milestones.
  • Witnessed and supported the developmental milestones of the children in care.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum based upon best practices Consulted with parents on regular basis to set goals and achieve developmental milestones
  • Created lesson plans based on the developmental milestones for two year olds, strengthening their growth and development.
  • Organize and implement lesson plans Delegate tasks to Assistant Teacher Guide students in reaching developmental milestones

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33. Open Communication

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Here's how Open Communication is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and taught developmentally appropriate curriculum to children *Supervised 3 assistant teachers *Maintained open communication with parents about children's progress
  • Encouraged open communication with parents on daily sheets and family involvement with class celebrations.
  • Maintain ongoing, open communication with parents/caregivers.
  • Provided open communication with parents.
  • Obtain open communication with parents about any concerns and/or expectations to ensure the best learning and developmental environment for each child.
  • Provided daily written feedback to parents and families while maintaining an open communication with co-teachers and directors through meetings.
  • Maintain open communication with families through face to face, phone contacts, and emails.
  • Keep open communication with parents to work as a team for their child's development.
  • Maintain open communication with co teacher, parents, and children.
  • Promoted open communication between parents, teachers, and children.
  • Maintained open communication with parents at all times.
  • Maintain ongoing, open communication with parents/ caregivers.
  • Tracked and completed daily progress reports to maintain open communication with parents.
  • Created weekly lesson plans Cared for children ages 6 weeks to 3 years Provided open communication with children's parents
  • Attended to Children's Needs Maintained Open Communication With Parents Closed and Cleaned regularly

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34. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Created bulletin boards and decorated classroom simultaneous to lesson for the week or month.
  • Created monthly parent and child-centered bulletin boards throughout the center.
  • Created bulletin boards relevant to current themes.
  • Set up displays and bulletin boards.
  • Provided a safe and nurturing environment for the children Decorated classroom with age appropriate artwork as well as informative bulletin boards.
  • Created monthly bulletin boards according to the lesson plan and many different themes.
  • Maintain bulletin boards Take anecdotal notes for students assessments Maintain Teacher/Parent Conference
  • Created bulletin boards and wall art Developed weekly lesson plans Changed diapers Provided supervision and care for a class of 12 students

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35. Diaper Changes

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Here's how Diaper Changes is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Offered detailed daily reports to parents that outlined each child's activities, behaviors, meals, diaper changes and naps.
  • Interact with each child throughout circle time, meal times, diaper changes and any other opportunities that may occur.
  • Create age appropriate lesson plans, provide basic daily routine care, such as eating and diaper changes.
  • Managed general housekeeping duties including feeding, diaper changes, naps, laundry and cleaning up.
  • Manage diaper changes, bathroom breaks, and assist with potty training.
  • Followed proper sanitation procedures for cleaning and diaper changes.
  • Assist in meals, diaper changes.
  • Care included diaper changes, emotional,physical and mental support.

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36. Letter Recognition

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Here's how Letter Recognition is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Helped students to learn letter recognition, numbers, science and nature with ease and interest.

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37. Simple Painting

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Here's how Simple Painting is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans, read to children and teach them simple painting, drawing, handicrafts and songs.
  • Read to toddlers and taught simple painting, drawing, crafts, and music appreciation.
  • Read to children and teach them simple painting, drawing, handicrafts, and songs.

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38. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and color recognition.
  • Presented lessons/activities both individually and in small groups to stimulate the children's growth in all areas.
  • Read books to during morning circle time to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Tutored and assisted children individually or in small groups.
  • Developed and implemented skills data binder that aided in grouping students in small groups.
  • Write lesson plans Communicate with families Collaborated with staff Monitored class Worked with both large and small groups

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39. Developmental Problems

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

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40. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Plan, develop and instituted educational activities that promote quality teaching in accordance with Florida State teaching standards.
  • Provide stimulating and educational activities for individuals in my care.
  • Confer with parents and staff to discuss educational activities and policies, and students' behavioral or learning problems.
  • Developed relationships with parents and included them in the planning and implementation of their children's educational activities.
  • Worked extensively with other staff to plan safe educational activities for children.
  • Develop lesson plans every week Design and execute educational activities to enhance and promote learning.
  • Provided quality child care for 14 children Provided educational activities
  • Planned monthly theme curriculum for classroom Created and implemented educational activities and lessons Provided care to children in a variety of ways

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41. Encouraging Understanding

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Here's how Encouraging Understanding is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Identify signs of emotional or development, encouraging understanding other and positive self-concepts.

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42. Monthly Newsletter

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Here's how Monthly Newsletter is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Create and distribute all daily classroom correspondence including monthly newsletters.
  • Created monthly newsletters and informational calendars.
  • Have parent/teacher conferences -Create monthly newsletters
  • Create and distribute monthly newsletters highlighting curriculum, celebrating birthdays, and promoting family involvement in the classroom.
  • Publish monthly newsletters; organize different holiday activities in the classroom and in-house field trips.
  • Write a monthly newsletter that informed parents of upcoming events and curriculum themes.
  • Prepared lesson plans, parent reports, and monthly newsletters.
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans, monthly newsletters and quarterly conferences.
  • Planned monthly newsletter and calendar along with art curriculum.
  • Create weekly lesson plans, monthly newsletter.
  • Produced monthly newsletter and snack sheet.
  • Provide lesson plans and monthly newsletters.
  • Prepare monthly newsletters for parents.
  • Created monthly newsletter for parents.
  • Design monthly newsletters for guardians.

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43. Positive Self-Concepts

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44. ABC

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Here's how ABC is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Teach toddlers to recall and recognize their ABC's, Colors, shapes, and numbers.
  • Train new teachers as they are hired for employment at ABC Daycare.
  • Teach children basic education i.e colors, shapes, numbers and ABCs.
  • Circle Time (Singing songs, Shapes, Colors, Numbers, ABC, Flash Cards).
  • Lead toddler teacherIn an ABC program.
  • Change diapers,teach them ABC's, numbers, colors,shapes
  • Teach toddlers abc's 123's colors spanish take them outside I clean and also know how to close
  • Teach the children abc's 123's Teach colors Follow Lesson Plans Communicate with my parents

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45. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Managed positive relationships with children and families.
  • Developed positive relationships with families.
  • Maintained positive relationships with families.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships with them.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teacher and school administrators.
  • Supported positive relationships with families, teachers and state licensing authorities.
  • Maintain positive relationships with staff, children, parents & caregivers.
  • Maintain positive relationships with families, children and colleagues.
  • Craft positive relationships with Parents, Administration and Staff.

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46. State Regulations

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Here's how State Regulations is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Followed State Regulations and Sanitation Regulations.
  • Cared for young toddlers in compliance with all applicable state regulations and national accreditation.
  • Operate classroom while adhering to rules, policies, and state regulations.
  • Maintain state regulations and ensure safety of children at all times.
  • Follow health and safety guidelines applied by facility and state regulations.
  • Maintain staffing ratios and state regulations.
  • Create a welcoming environment for both children and parents Implement proper handwashing and diaper techniques to follow state regulations.

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47. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Provided administrative support including typing, filing, copying, handling receipts, taking and receiving telephone calls.
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Communicate with parents through phone calls, daily notes, and conferences twice a year.
  • Speak directly to parents daily in person and via phone calls.
  • Answered phone calls and directed calls to appropriate parties.
  • Foster communication with Parents through welcome packet, daily sheet, newsletter, phone calls, and personal contact.
  • managed the front desk sometimes and always answered phone calls with a professional introduction and a smile.
  • Translate letters or information for parents from English to Spanish Answer Spanish speaking phone calls

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48. Physical Health

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49. Educational Environment

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Here's how Educational Environment is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Provide a nurturing and educational environment for children.
  • Provide a structured educational environment for toddlers.
  • Provided a caring and safe educational environment in which children can learn, grow and develop.
  • Created a safe loving and educational environment for the children.
  • Provide a safe, nurturing, and educational environment.
  • Developed and managed an engaging, multi-modal, and educational environment for toddlers that promoted all developmental domains.
  • Develop curriculum and daily lesson plans Promote a safe and educational environment for children
  • Monitored students in a variety of educational environments (e.g.
  • Provided a safe educational environment Provided diaper care
  • Provide a Safe, loving and educational environment for children Responsible for keeping the center clean and sanitized
  • Follow Kindercare approved lesson plans Assess children and their development Create and maintain a safe and nurturing educational environment

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50. Emotional Development

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Here's how Emotional Development is used in Lead Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Manage student behavior by creating a classroom environment conducive to learning and emotional development.
  • Planned weekly curriculum that promotes language, physical, cognitive and social/emotional development.
  • Provide nurturing environment that promotes physical and emotional development of each child.
  • Guide social and emotional development through day-to-day classroom interactions.
  • Understand the general areas of physical, social, cognitive and emotional development for this age group.
  • Incorporate social skills, emotional development, language skills and the beginning stages of independence.
  • Provide children with learning experiences that promote their cognitive, social and emotional development.
  • Encouraged and promote social, mental, physical and emotional development of children.
  • Supported the social and emotional development of toddlers.
  • Support social and emotional development and provide positive guidance Use age appropriate positive guidance techniques and models behavior for children

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20 Most Common Skills For A Lead Toddler Teacher

Lesson Plans

20.6%

Appropriate Curriculum

16.7%

Classroom Management

15.9%

Child Care

13.9%

Toddler

7.5%

Daily Activities

3.3%

Safe Environment

2.9%

Potty Training

2.3%

Assistant Teacher

2.2%

OLD Children

1.9%

Staff Members

1.9%

Social Development

1.7%

Safe Play Environment

1.3%

Class Activities

1.3%

Special Needs

1.2%

CPR

1.2%

Art Projects

1.1%

Parent-Teacher Conferences

1.0%

Recreational Activities

1.0%

Personal Habits

1.0%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Lead Toddler Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Lesson Plans 17.8%
2 Appropriate Curriculum 14.4%
3 Classroom Management 13.7%
4 Child Care 12.0%
5 Toddler 6.5%
6 Daily Activities 2.8%
7 Safe Environment 2.5%
8 Potty Training 2.0%
9 Assistant Teacher 1.9%
10 OLD Children 1.6%
11 Staff Members 1.6%
12 Social Development 1.5%
13 Safe Play Environment 1.1%
14 Class Activities 1.1%
15 Special Needs 1.1%
16 CPR 1.0%
17 Art Projects 1.0%
18 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.9%
19 Recreational Activities 0.9%
20 Personal Habits 0.8%
21 Imaginative Play 0.8%
22 Naeyc 0.8%
23 Daily Observations 0.7%
24 Customer Service 0.7%
25 Personal Care 0.6%
26 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.6%
27 AGE Groups 0.6%
28 Montessori 0.5%
29 Basic Needs 0.5%
30 Daily Schedule 0.5%
31 Toilet Training 0.5%
32 Developmental Milestones 0.5%
33 Open Communication 0.5%
34 Bulletin Boards 0.4%
35 Diaper Changes 0.4%
36 Letter Recognition 0.4%
37 Simple Painting 0.4%
38 Small Groups 0.4%
39 Developmental Problems 0.4%
40 Educational Activities 0.3%
41 Encouraging Understanding 0.3%
42 Monthly Newsletter 0.3%
43 Positive Self-Concepts 0.3%
44 ABC 0.3%
45 Positive Relationships 0.3%
46 State Regulations 0.3%
47 Phone Calls 0.3%
48 Physical Health 0.3%
49 Educational Environment 0.3%
50 Emotional Development 0.3%
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