Top Nanny Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Nanny. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Nanny resumes they appeared on. For example, 26.9% of Nanny resumes contained Meal Prep as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Nanny actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Meal Prep

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Here's how Meal Prep is used in Nanny jobs:
  • General housework and meal preparation.
  • Assisted in basic care, including nutritious meal preparation, bathing, administration of medicine when necessary, transportation to activities.
  • Plan daily routine activities, meal preparation, reading to children, art and craft, travel with family for vacations.
  • Lived in family home and provided meal preparation, facilitated bedtime and bath routines, dropping kids off at school etc.
  • Provided indoor and outdoor play, assistance with meal prep and clean up, nap time routine and arts and crafts.
  • General childcare, including: meal preparation, hygiene, education, entertainment, physical activity, personal growth, etc.
  • Attend to children's needs including organizing and scheduling of daily tasks, meal preparation, homework help and transportation.
  • Job duties include meal preparation and cooking, laundry, homework assistance, activity planning, and transportation when needed.
  • Ensured safety and supervision of child, performed household duties, meal preparation and provided transportation to activities and events.
  • Ensured the well being of children within a private household, maintained laundry, meal preparations and maintained daily schedule.
  • Prepare baby's bottle, change diapers, Meal preparation, change their clothes, light housekeeping, play with them
  • Delivered in home care for two school age children, included meal preparation, light house cleaning, and teaching.
  • Helped parents with meal preparation, laundry, washing dishes and running errands while keeping children engaged through various activities.
  • Maintain household responsibilities including providing a safe and secure home environment, errand running, light housekeeping and meal preparation.
  • Perform all household duties including: laundry, family meal preparation, cleaning, organizing, errands, etc.
  • Assisted in household management by sustaining overall cleanliness and order, meal preparation, and by facilitating pet care.
  • Performed family laundry, light housekeeping duties, responsible for family dog, meal prep and errands as needed.
  • Handled routine nanny duties such as meal preparation, feeding, diapering, and monitoring bedtime and bath routines.
  • Completed a variety of household chores directed by parents including meal preparation, laundry, and changing linens.
  • Provided complete child-care for 1-3 children as well as meal preparation, laundry, cleaning, and transportation.

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2. Complete Homework Assignments

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Here's how Complete Homework Assignments is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Helped children complete homework assignments.
  • Supervised 3 Children, cooked meals, maintained household chores, and helped complete homework assignments
  • Take the children to after school activities and help complete homework assignments on time.
  • Helped complete homework assignments and school projects to ensure completion by deadline/due date.
  • Helped the children complete homework assignments and engaged in creative play.
  • Supported after-school activities help child complete homework assignments and school projects.
  • Helped the child complete homework assignments and school projects.
  • Help children complete homework assignments and study for exams.
  • Helped eleven year old complete homework assignments and projects.
  • Help children complete homework assignments and school projects Intervene during strong disagreement, establishing open and safe environment for communication.
  • Communicated with parents about daily activities and behaviors.Helped children complete homework assignments and school projects.
  • Helped her son complete homework assignments and school projects Managed household and Home Daycare while the family took a trip.
  • Help children complete homework assignments and school projects Organize activities to enhance children's physical, emotional and social well-being.
  • Stayed current on toy and child-related recalls and safety warning Helped children complete homework assignments and school projects.
  • Helped develop the family s schedule to maintain household order.Helped the child complete homework assignments and school projects.
  • Helped children complete homework assignments, school work, rand learning to read and write English language.
  • Practiced safe food handling procedures at all times Helped children complete homework assignments and school projects.
  • Mentored and assisted children to complete homework assignments and school projects with best foot forward.
  • Assisted children with diverse learning styles to complete homework assignments in variety of content areas.
  • Provide the children with a safe and nurturing environment Help the children complete homework assignments Promoted positive behavior by utilizing positive reinforcement

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3. Household Chores

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Here's how Household Chores is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Provided exceptional child care and performed household chores
  • Supervised activities while ensuring the children's safety, prepared morning and mid-day meals, monitored homework and performed household chores.
  • Performed household chores related to the children; meal preparations, laundry, and overall organization of the children's belongings.
  • Perform other related support duties as requested, such special projects (travel, school projects), household chores.
  • Serve lunch, organize activities, do household chores, and attend to the physical and emotional needs of children.
  • Assist families in doing household chores as well as watching the children and transporting them to and from needed places.
  • Handled daily household chores such as laundry, food shopping, prepared meals, and cleaned children's rooms.
  • Cooked healthy meals for appropriate activities to create and the entire family weekly while also assisting with household chores.
  • Supervised the 3 Children, Cooked meals, maintained household chores, homework assignments, Drove children to schedule appointments
  • Provided transportation from school to home; engaged children in activities; prepared meals; completed basic household chores.
  • Coordinated after school activities and helped with homework, household chores, pet care, vacations, and transportation.
  • Transport home, cook dinner, clean house, bathe children, laundry cleaned, and household chores.
  • Tasked with assisting with homework as needed, preparing of meals and snacks, including light household chores.
  • Drop off/Pick up from School, Homework assistance, arts and crafts, exercise and games, Household chores
  • Picked up children from school, settled them at home, and assisted with homework and household chores.
  • Assist children with homework while also maintaining household chores such as; cleaning, cooking and organizing.
  • Assisted in the completion of daily household chores, such as prepare make children food and laundry.
  • Cook dinner for kids, help with homework, household chores, get kids ready for bed.
  • Assisted in daily household chores while watching a 5 year old boy and occasionally another extra child.
  • Coordinate after-school activities, including homework, school related activities, household chores, meals, etc.

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4. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Prepared Meals, helped with homework, planned daily activities, responsible for transportation to extracurricular activities and doctor appointments
  • Planned daily activities which included teaching children responsibility, problem solving, decision making, communication, and dependability.
  • Implemented speech therapy, helped them perform daily activities, administered medicine, developed coping mechanisms.
  • Prepare daily activities to engage children's imagination and cognitive development.
  • Managed daily activities to provide educational and enjoyable experience for children.
  • Communicated regularly with parents about children's daily activities and behaviors.
  • Planned daily activities, tutoring homework assignments, general household responsibilities
  • Prepare daily activities that are both entertaining but also educational.
  • Organize daily activities, leveraging time management and scheduling ability.
  • Constructed daily activities to enhance physical activity and cognitive skills.
  • Coordinated daily activities and provided transportation to activities.
  • Provided daily activities to keep children involved and entertained
  • Included early childhood education in daily activities.
  • Communicated daily activities and behaviors with parents.
  • Designed and oversaw daily activities.
  • Organized and scheduled daily activities.
  • Full day care, including morning dressing, meals, bringing to and from daily activities, education, and playtime.
  • Supervised and cared for a 4-year old, while providing verbal and written detailed reports on child's daily activities.
  • Communicated with children, coordinated their daily activities, scheduled and managed their time, developed teamwork and leadership values.
  • Plan daily activities and crafts such as reading, basic writing, art, nature walks, & field trips.

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5. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Provided consistent care for two seven-year-old children and sufficed their basic needs and entertainment
  • Provided two and three-year-old children with daily care, learning instruction and obtaining new skills based on their level of capability.
  • Cared for two four year old children in a nanny share on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C.
  • Provided care for 7.5- and 11-year-old children, including meals, practices, errands, etc.
  • Cared for newborn, four-year-old, and six-year-old children thirty-five to forty hours per week.
  • Cared for and prepared two 2-year-old children from separate families for Pre-School in the fall.
  • Frequent guided instruction of art creation for the five and seven year old children.
  • Provided childcare for 6 month old and 2 year old children while parents,.
  • Looked after the children - Fed, bathed and supervised 1-9 year old children.
  • Work with two five year old children - one of which has autism.
  • Looked after the children - Fed, bathed and supervised 2-8 year-old children.
  • Set the standard of excellence with taking care of two twin 6-month-old children.
  • Cared for newborns to twelve year old children, including those with disabilities.
  • Provided two, three and five year old children with early education opportunities.
  • Assisted parents with care of their 7 and 9 year old children.
  • Worked with 2 four year old children and 2 six months old babies
  • Helped prepare and serve nutritionally balanced meals and snacks for household children.
  • Cared for three and five year old children in their home.
  • Worked with 10, 14 and 16 year old children regularly.
  • Provided care services for numerous families from infants to 13-year-old children.

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6. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Scheduled recreational activities geared toward intellectual stimulation
  • Assist a 13-year-old girl with a developmental disability in completing homework, participating in recreational activities, and managing her behavior.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing games and outdoor recreational activities that reinforced their daily lessons.
  • Assumed primary caregiver responsibilities daily, including transporting children to sporting and recreational activities and fixing meals.
  • Provided safe, educational, and recreational activities and events as well as coordinating extra curricular activities.
  • Conduct age-sensitive recreational activities and develop appropriate guidelines to create a safe environment for four children.
  • Provided discipline, character training, supervision of homework, and various enriching recreational activities.
  • Facilitated pick-up from school and recreational activities * Prepared meals * Supervised swimming and outdoor activities
  • Encouraged children's physical health by participating in recreational activities and preparing healthy meals.
  • Enrich children's daily experience by participating in community and recreational activities and outings.
  • Required to provide transportation, educational assistance, medical monitoring, and recreational activities.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development during fun and safe recreational activities.
  • Administer age-appropriate recreational activities and contributed to intellectual development while assisting with homework.
  • Facilitated educational along with recreational activities while maintaining a fun, active atmosphere.
  • Assisted in daily skills, recreational activities, administering medication and toileting.
  • Facilitated educational outings and provided transportation to school and various recreational activities.
  • Supervised children with daily activities including coordination of education and recreational activities.
  • Conduct recreational activities to stimulate development of interpersonal relationships and motor skills.
  • Shuttled and organized children to and from educational and recreational activities.
  • Implemented orderly behavior and planned recreational activities on a daily basis.

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7. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for children, coordinated field trips to local parks, zoos, etc.
  • Established/maintained a safe play environment for them and monitored each child's play activities to ensure safety and wellness.
  • Observe and monitor children while maintaining a safe play environment by ensuring all toys and play equipment are sanitary.
  • Developed, nurtured, and cared for child at the employer's residence; maintained a safe play environment
  • Arranged and managed children's daily schedules and activities, as well as maintained a safe play environment.
  • Help twin boys develop their language and motor skills while establishing a safe play environment for children.
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for the children while building a positive relationship with them.
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for the children and allowed for ample outdoor recreation time.
  • Supervised the children's activities at all times and Established and maintained a safe play environment.
  • Created and maintained a safe play environment for seven children of varying ages and maturity levels.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships and maintain safe play environments.
  • Observe and monitor children's play activities as well as maintain a safe play environment.
  • Observe and monitor children's play activities to assure a safe play environment.
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment by removing any on reach items.
  • Established a safe play environment, tutored, and cooked nutritious meals.
  • Observe and monitor child's activities and maintained a safe play environment.
  • Observed children's behavior for irregularities and maintained a safe play environment.
  • Maintained a safe play environment and sanitized toys and play equipment.
  • Established and maintained a safe play environment for the child.
  • Created and maintained a safe play environment for the children.

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8. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Provided developmentally appropriate play/educational activities.
  • Planned entertainment for several children, Provided educational activities, Managed household affairs such as general maintenance and meal preparation
  • Plan and lead educational activities including reading and assisting them in completing their homework and monitor other educational activities.
  • Organized and participated in athletic, social, artistic and educational activities with children while portraying an enthusiastic attitude.
  • Provide childcare support for two children by preparing meals, providing transportation, coordinating social and educational activities
  • Planned and implemented educational activities that promoted the development of cognitive, social, and physical skills
  • Engaged in high level learning functions, including imaginative play, interactive reading and educational activities.
  • Provided supplementary educational activities, taught self help skills, and fostered language and communication.
  • Provided a child friendly environment with age appropriate engaging educational activities for two children.
  • Create fun and educational activities to stimulate children while fostering respect and accountability.
  • Planned daily interactive and educational activities, managed special diets and medications.
  • Maintain daily structure, educational activities and enhance emotional and social well-being.
  • Provided meal preparation, educational activities, transportation, and performed household duties
  • Created and implemented educational activities for learning skills including reading to child.
  • Prepared and provided nourishing vegetarian meals, housekeeping and educational activities.
  • Designed and implemented social, recreational and educational activities for children.
  • Provided fun, interesting and educational activities to keep children entertained.
  • Managed daily activities Prepared fun, engaging and educational activities.
  • Provide a child-friendly environment with educational activities and homework help.
  • Plan educational activities and maintain a positive environment for children.

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9. Nutritious Meals

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Here's how Nutritious Meals is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Performed various duties including: preparing nutritious meals, maintaining a nonviolent environment, reading, and participating in extracurricular activities.
  • Supervised daily routines- Provided safe environment for children- Serviced nutritious meals for lunch and snack- Maintained positive relationship among parents
  • Prepared nutritious meals as well as escorted children to appointments and extracurricular lessons.
  • Engaged children in a fun/educational activities and prepared nutritious meals.
  • Prepared & planned nutritious meals, daytime/afternoon age appropriate activities.
  • Prepared nutritious meals under strict dietary guidelines.
  • Read bedtime stories and follow bedtime routine * Cook nutritious meals * Swim in the pool with the children to assure safety
  • Transported children to and from school, supervised at extra-curricular activities, prepared nutritious meals and assisted with homework and studying.
  • Planed, shopped for, or prepared nutritious meals or assist families in planning, shopping for, or preparing meals.
  • Plan, prepare and arrange nutritious meals for children, bath and dress children, clean up dining area after meal.
  • Prepared nutritious meals in the absence of parents and ensured that the children ate on time as per their daily routine.
  • Prepare nutritious meals, maintain the home in a child-safe manner, and receive calls on behalf of the parents.
  • Picked and dropped children to school and helped them with homework, I also Prepared nutritious meals for the children.
  • Provided them with nutritious meals, daily activities, as well as any tutoring or homework help that was needed.
  • Plan and prepare nutritious meals paying special consideration to parent's request and allergens such as nuts and dairy.
  • Prepared and fed nutritious meals for the boys and well as giving baths; helped with implementing parental rules.
  • Cooked nutritious meals, performed basic housekeeping duties, and organized all aspects of the household while on duty.
  • Served nutritious meals, teaching proper eating habits, personal hygiene, and ensuring children had appropriate rest periods.
  • Planned and participated in children activities, including childcare, activity planning, nutritious meals and snacks planning.
  • Provided nutritious meals, engaged children in a variety of activities, communicated with parent regarding their day.

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10. Medical Appointments

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Here's how Medical Appointments is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Transport to medical appointments and administer medications as prescribed.
  • Provided overnight care and transportation to school/medical appointments.
  • Provided daily transportation to and from medical appointments.
  • Accompanied foster mother to medical appointments.
  • Arranged actives, helped with homework, light house work, disciplining, teaching skills and taking kids to medical appointments.
  • Transported patient to dialysis, medical appointments, emergency room visits, prepared meals, maintained oxygen supplies and administered medication.
  • Prepare meals, administer medications, transport to and from medical appointments and help maintain safety in the home.
  • Summer job, Meal preparation, Clean when need be, Transport children to various activities including medical appointments,
  • Communicated with doctors, teachers and parents regarding the children's medical appointments, educational needs and daily activities.
  • Transport the children to and from school, extracurricular activities, and medical appointments safely and on time.
  • Used public transportation to transport the child to and from school, medical appointments, and extra-curricular activities.
  • Helped monitor the family's schedule by providing transportation to extracurricular activities, medical appointments, and camps.
  • Supervised and assisted with homework, and transported children to schools, social outings, and medical appointments.
  • Regulated children's rest periods and nap schedules and also transported children to schools, and medical appointments.
  • Transport children to schools, social outings, and medical appointments and perform housekeeping and cleaning duties.
  • Cared for children when they were ill and took them to medical appointments when they were sick.
  • Go together with children to & from school, on outings, & to medical appointments.
  • Perform housekeeping duties and manage errands including grocery shopping, preschool classes, and medical appointments.
  • Transported children to activities or outings such as basketball practices, medical appointments and after-school activities.
  • Transport children to and from school, on outings, and to medical appointments as needed.

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11. Transport Children

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Here's how Transport Children is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Transport children to appointments, school and extracurricular activities ensuring punctuality and attendance.
  • Transport children to and from school and any extracurricular activity necessary.
  • Transport children to appointments as well as extra-curricular activities.
  • Transport children to sporting practices and other extracurricular activities.
  • Transport children from various school and extra-curricular activities.
  • Transport children to extra-curricular activities after school.
  • Transport children to and from extracurricular activities.
  • Transport children and supervise extracurricular activities.
  • Transport children safely to assigned locations
  • Transport children to entertainment activities.
  • Prepare and serve meals, assist children in getting ready for the day, transport children to school and extracurricular activities.
  • Transport children to and from school, extracurricular activities, as well as take them to doctors and other scheduled appointments.
  • Transport children to activities and appointments, talk long walks to the park, play sports and outdoor games with children.
  • Care for kids, administer medications, assist with daily hygiene activities, prepare food, clean, transport children to activities
  • Schedule jobs, contact clients, commute & transport children with own vehicle, calculate & collect pay, record hours.
  • Organize activities for children, transport children to activities, and provide child care for children while parents are working.
  • Transport children to and from scheduled events, while being responsible for critical decision making to keep the children safe.
  • Budget money * Transport children to activities * Prepare meals * Caretaker of two children, ages 4 and 7
  • Transport children from one location to the next across Houston for hands on learning experience and sense of direction.
  • Transport children to and from activities, grocery shop for the children and plan the children's daily schedule.

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12. Extra-Curricular Activities

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Here's how Extra-Curricular Activities is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Assisted with schoolwork/homework, volunteered for their extra-curricular activities, maintained and organized their daily events.
  • Developed extra-curricular activities and provided outside stimulation through outings, walks and educational trips.
  • Established timely and effective management of scheduling and coordinating events and extra-curricular activities.
  • Transported older children to school/extra-curricular activities and assisted with homework.
  • Created and initiated exciting learning events and managed extra-curricular activities.
  • Mentored and tutored children in homework assignments and extra-curricular activities.
  • Engaged in after-school activities including sport practice and extra-curricular activities.
  • Provided transportation and supervision for children at extra-curricular activities.
  • Provided transportation from school and to extra-curricular activities.
  • Transported children to extra-curricular activities safely & effectively.
  • Assisted students with homework and extra-curricular activities.
  • Provided transportation for children's extra-curricular activities.
  • Provide transportation for school and extra-curricular activities.
  • Escort children to extra-curricular activities.
  • Transported child to extra-curricular activities.
  • Prepared children for extra-curricular activities.
  • Cared for three children ages 5, 9 and 12, transporting them to and from school and extra-curricular activities daily.
  • Maintain both children s schedules, including but not limited to: extra-curricular activities, family events and academic activities.
  • Sole care of children and house hold duties - Meal preparation - Transport to and from school also extra-curricular activities
  • Coordinated, scheduled, and prioritized all meals, school, extra-curricular activities and events for the house hold.

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13. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Care has included full-time and part-time hours depending on school schedule and care for infants, twins and special needs children.
  • VOLUNTEER LEG-UP RIDING CENTER AUGUST 2013-PRESENT Work several days a week utilizing horses in a therapeutic environment for special needs children.
  • Reassured parents when necessary about their parenting concerns (based on 31 years of teaching experience with special needs children.)
  • Worked with children with special needs, focusing on development activities geared at directly effecting child's behavioral and mental stability.
  • Care for and protect children ranging in age, from infants to teenagers, as well as a child with special needs
  • Assisted the elder son with his special needs including getting him off the school bus and bringing him back home.
  • Provided direct care and parenting support to assist caregiver with caring for 5 year with special needs (Autism).
  • Clothed, fed, picked up from school and entertained a 5 year old child with special needs and behavioral problems
  • Engaged the children in games, and art work, with a specific focus on a child with special needs.
  • Plan, prepare, and administer meals for children as well as paying close attention to those with special needs.
  • Supervised 2 children (including a child with special needs) over summer vacation and on an as needed basis.
  • Provide care and supervision for two young children (ages 3 and 5), one with special needs.
  • Entrusted with child care, house cleaning, transportation and general well-being of children, including special needs children.
  • Assisted in care of children of all ages, including special needs, to ensure overall well being.
  • Provide primary care of two children (one special needs) after school; 5 days a week.
  • Provided child care for several families part-time and full-time, specializing in the care of special needs children.
  • Cared for a 20 year old special needs male on a daily basis for long periods of time.
  • Maintained a friendly environment for a special needs child by engaging in activities and access to the outdoors.
  • Prepared meals, administered instructions and discipline, cared for special needs autistic child (4 years old)
  • Cared for two young special needs boys including taking them to counseling and physically helping them do daily tasks

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14. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Provide skilled and compassionate child care and household management for families in Northern Virginia and traveling executives.
  • Assumed all responsibilities regarding child care and early education for twins
  • Delivered quality child care and provided children with stimulating activities
  • Performed housework related to child care and general housekeeping.
  • Provided child care for two elementary school-aged children
  • Perform housework related to child care, including the children's clothes, cleaning up after meals, and tidying areas.
  • Perform housework related to child care, including, cleaning up after meals, tidying play areas, and washing bottles.
  • Provide child care at employer's home for multiple families after school, weekends, holidays, and during school vacations.
  • Perform housework related to child care, including washing the children's clothes, washing dishes, and tidying play areas.
  • Provide one on one hands on child care, feeding, diapering, cleaning, picking up after child, etc.
  • Provided child care on a daily basis, prepared meals for children, provided transportation to school and sporting events.
  • Provide child care services for multiple families, including my own, during nights, weekends, and school vacations.
  • Created an excellent child care environment for 3 children ages 1 year, 2 years, and 4 years old.
  • Provided child care for two children ages 2 and 4, which included many scheduled actives provided by myself.
  • Provided 5 years of child care services for a family with two young children during summer and holiday breaks.
  • General Child care, bathing, feeding, crafts and activities, General cleaning of the house, Scheduling.
  • Experience working with affluent family with high expectations * Childcare: live in child care provider for one toddler.
  • Provided child care to four children ages one threw five, did laundry housecleaning fed and bathed children.
  • Delivered child care within the Walter home for their son from six months to three years of age.
  • Provide transportation and child care services, Nanny services such as taking children to appointments and leisure activities.

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15. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Engaged children in learning activities and play Prepared nutritionally balanced meals/snacks Assisted with potty training Supported Autistic child with learning new skills
  • Championed large-scale projects such as potty training, walking and encouraging general independence.
  • Participated with enhancing language development, potty training and social manners.
  • Change diapers consistently and encourage potty training using positive reinforcement.
  • Provide meals, worked on letters/numbers/words/potty training/food training.
  • Assisted children in bathing, dressing and other hygiene matters; including changing diapers and potty training a 3 year old.
  • Worked with children on areas such as language development, potty training, social manners, homework, and other tasks.
  • Scheduled feeding and sleeping routines for infants 6 months - 4 years old * Potty Training * Outdoor Activities and Play Groups
  • Prepared meals, followed specific already applied routines to keep the child on a set schedule, and started potty training.
  • Ensured clear communication with parent and children around daily activities, potty training, behavior modification, and travel arrangements.
  • Provided child care, light house keeping, cooking, arts and crafts, potty training in a culturally diverse household
  • Provided individualized care for 2 children ages 6 and 10, both of Early potty training which with special needs.
  • Encourage and support personal hygiene and potty training, bathing, and self-help skills such as dressing and cleaning up.
  • Cared for 2 children ages 0 and 2 in all aspects including; potty training, diapering, meal preparation.
  • Assisted very busy parents with 2 young children, aided in potty training, discipline, and early cognitive development.
  • Dress children and change diapers, as well as hygiene; such as baths and help with potty training.
  • Worked with the children in areas that included language development, potty training, social manners, and homework.
  • Maintained a regular schedule with regular naps * Read stories with children * Changed diapers and assisted in potty training
  • Cared for toddler and infant including after-school pick-ups, cooking, feeding dinner, bathing, and potty training.
  • Assist with the daily routines such as bathing, dressing, feeding, grooming, and potty training.

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16. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Provided childcare for various families and maintained child safety through CPR certification
  • Maintained current health immunizations and CPR certification for this position.
  • Completed CPR certification and babysitting certification studies at YMCA.
  • Red Cross Babysitter Training Certification / CPR Certification.
  • Appointed to babysit children aged 3 months-12 years of various families in need of a reliable and experienced sitter with CPR certification
  • Developed skills necessary for working with autistic children as well as staying current on the knowledge of CPR and first aid.
  • Provided care, supervision, tutoring, and transportation for children of multiple families -Certified in first aid and CPR
  • Keep up to date with CPR certification and keep it fresh in my mind just in case anything happens.
  • Provide a safe and fun environment* Attend to child's needs* Light housekeeping* Meal preparation* Plan learning activities* CPR certification
  • Certified in CPR, Infant CPR, and First Aid * Currently in process of obtaining Prekindergarten Associate License
  • Obtained babysitting/ CPR license in 2008 and have been a regular babysitter for numerous families in the area.
  • Provided care for an infant, CPR certified, Prepared all snacks and meals, conducted age appropriate activities
  • Hold responsibility for a two children- Perform first aid or cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) when required.
  • Certified in infant/child CPR, and have completed an intensive child care training course through their program.
  • Worked Summers away from College taking care of children CPR Training and taught swimming lessons at the YMCA
  • Certified in CPR/AED/First Aid in order to assure that parents and children felt physically and emotionally secure.
  • Have lots of experience with kids, CPR trained not certified as well as first aid.
  • Be ready to perform first aid or cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) if and when required.
  • Communicate with parents hands on activities with kids CPR certified, I enjoy working with babies.
  • Provide CPR and First Aid in case of emergency Taught social graces and table manners.

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17. Daily Care

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Here's how Daily Care is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Worked in a fast-paced household coordinating and implementing daily care for an infant boy during ages 8 months through 25 months.
  • Provided daily care and implemented daily routines for one child, age 7, including transporting to school and other activities.
  • Provided exceptional, nurturing care for an infant in a private home setting to meet all daily care needs of child.
  • Provided diligent and nurturing daily care for a wonderful young boy on the Autism Spectrum from age 2 to 8.
  • Manage the household and daily care of 3 children with an age range of 7 to 13 years of age.
  • Provided daily care & education to 3 young children from birth to age 6, including a set of twins.
  • Tended to a newborn and 2-year-old one day a week and provided daily care as well as developmentally stimulating activities.
  • Provided daily care for a child, handled daily chores, feeding schedules, and created activities appropriate for children.
  • Provided daily care to a nine year old child with Autism, as well as his eleven year old sibling.
  • Performed daily care including dropping off and picking up at school, designing games and activities, and maintaining order
  • Provided full daily care for two children Monday - Friday, supplied meals, created schedules and provided transportation.
  • Provide daily care for two children, ages 9 and 11, while ensuring all individual needs are met.
  • Provided daily care (30 hours/week) for a family with two children, ages 5 and 8.
  • Provided all aspects of daily care such as meal preparation, preparing for the day, and cleaning.
  • Prepare meals, help with school work, organize activities, provide transportation, and basic daily care.
  • Provide daily care for infant while fostering growth and development based the Attachment Parenting theory by Dr. Sears.
  • Provided all daily care requirements, including full-time, while parents were away on business trips or vacations.
  • Provided daily care of two young boys, including transportation to school, practices, and summer activities
  • Cared for two boys, ages 2 and 4; conducted age appropriate learning activities and daily care
  • Provided daily care for the children including meal preparation, homework assistance, and general crowd control.

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18. Light Housework

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Here's how Light Housework is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Reinforced appropriate discipline, implementing daily routines, completing light housework and running errands, while effectively communicating with parents.
  • Work included light housework, tutoring, occasional meal preparation and general supervision.
  • Light housework including vacuuming and organizing common areas.
  • Included light housework and occasional weekly live-in care Activities
  • Organized and cleaned child s play area, washed and folded child s clothes, and did light housework and errands.
  • Performed light housework such as keeping the kitchen tidy, taking out the trash, watering plants and feeding their cat.
  • Pick up kids from school/ daycare Make lunches and light housework Have tons of fun Drive the kids to after school activities
  • Care for multiple children, Provide structure and routine, Transport to various activities, Provide meals, Assist with light housework
  • Assisted family in light housework, did the weekly grocery shopping, and provided minor clerical assistant to the self-employed parents.
  • Watch two children, drop off and pick up oldest from school, prepare lunch, light housework, plan activities
  • Assist family as needed, transport older sibling to and from school, prepared meals, and performed light housework.
  • Cared for child during the day, making sure needs were met, light housework and assisting in early childhood development
  • Job responsibilities include; taking care of two children, feeding them and providing some early education, and light housework
  • Completed light housework such as laundry, dishes, vacuuming, and dusting which ensured a clean and safe environment.
  • Completed light housework as needed and transported the children via personal car to extracurricular actives away from the home.
  • Worked as a Nanny, took care of two children, accomplished light housework, played creative games with children
  • Included taking them to classes, laundry, cleaning, some light housework, reading, some home teaching.
  • Preformed light housework, including washing dishes, folding clothes, cleaning up after meals and tidying play areas.
  • Play time, prepare meals, do light housework, laundry, Read and play games with children.
  • Pick up kids after school; supervise homework time, light housework, take kids to extracurricular activities.

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19. Behavioral Issues

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Here's how Behavioral Issues is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Corrected behavioral issues by establishing positive reinforcement programs consistent with parents' discipline system.
  • Worked with parents implementing discipline/structure to correct behavioral issues.
  • Distinguished which behavioral issues needed parental attention.
  • Provide intervention when behavioral issues arise.
  • Provided live in educational support and behavior modification for three children with complex mental health and behavioral issues.
  • Communicated with the parent to ensure schedules were followed and that children's behavioral issues were dealt with.
  • Developed crisis management skills and the ability to handle behavioral issues in the home and in public.
  • Supplied the family with updates on how the kids acted with each other along with behavioral issues
  • Provided school supervision and home tutoring for youngest child with mental health and behavioral issues.
  • Provided care to two children, including a child with sensory and behavioral issues.
  • Maintain a happy, healthy environment for special needs, and behavioral issues.
  • Handled the cognitive and behavioral issues of a child with William's Syndrome.
  • Worked to support family and child presenting with severe behavioral issues.
  • Specialized in low-income families and children with behavioral issues.
  • Managed behavioral issues, transportation, and nutritional meals.
  • Worked with parents when behavioral issues came up.
  • Cared for children ages 1-5 with behavioral issues.
  • Help to improve and deal with behavioral issues.
  • Have dealt with behavioral issues and managed discipline.
  • Shadowed during school because of behavioral issues.

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20. Appropriate Social Behaviors

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Here's how Appropriate Social Behaviors is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and redirected children to encourage safe, positive behaviors.
  • Taught/modeled appropriate social behaviors and encourage concern for others to cultivate growth.
  • Model appropriate social behaviors to demonstrate effective interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and promoted good behavior through positive reinforcement.
  • Model appropriate social behaviors and encourage good manners with positive reinforcement
  • Model appropriate social behaviors to teach and cultivate interpersonal skills.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and encouraged empathy and concern.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and encouraged a positive attitude.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and encouraged interest in peers.
  • Assisted with homework and modeled appropriate social behaviors.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and communication skills.
  • Model appropriate social behaviors encourage!
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors, and encouraged concern for others while adhering to the parent's defined daily guidelines.
  • Teach the child good social manners modeling appropriate social behaviors and encourage concern for others.
  • Redirect child to encourage safe, positive behaviors while modeling appropriate social behaviors.
  • Model appropriate social behaviors and work with parents to develop desirable child behavior.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors through verbal and physical interaction with the children.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and encourage morals, ethics and manners.
  • Promoted positive role model and appropriate social behaviors for the children.
  • Work with parents to development cohesive schedules and discipline, including modelling appropriate social behaviors and cultivate learning.

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21. Discipline Programs

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Here's how Discipline Programs is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Worked with parents and developmental, occupational and speech therapists to develop and implement discipline programs to promote positive behavior.
  • Work with parents to implement discipline programs to encourage development of self-control, self-confidence, and responsibility.
  • Communicated with parents to develop and implement discipline programs to help promote positive behavior.
  • Collaborated with parents to develop discipline programs to promote positive behavior.
  • Worked with parents to develop discipline programs that rewarded positive behavior.
  • Develop and implement discipline programs for desirable child behavior.
  • Developed and implemented discipline programs to promote positive behaviors.
  • Developed and executed discipline programs.
  • Worked with parent to develop and implement discipline programs to promote positive behavior while using a caring and compassionate approach.
  • Aided in speech therapy, communication skills, social behaviors, and discipline programs desirable for both parents and child.
  • Assisted parents with all needs including cooking, light cleaning, picking up/dropping off children and implementing discipline programs.
  • Cared for children ages 2 and 4*Worked with parent to develop and implement discipline programs to promote positive behavior.
  • Worked with the parents to effectively develop and implement discipline programs to promote positive behavior of three young boys.
  • Worked with parents to develop and implement discipline programs to promote positive behavior for their three girls.
  • Work with parents to develop and implement discipline programs according to the individual needs of each child.
  • Worked with parent to develop and implement discipline programs Areas of expertise includes to promote positive behavior.
  • Collaborated with parents to develop and implement discipline programs to promote positive behavior for 12+ children.
  • Assisted children in the development of health and implement discipline programs to promote desirable child behavior
  • Work with parents to develop and implement discipline programs to promote desirable child behavior.
  • Worked with parents to develop and enforce discipline programs to promote positive behavior.

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22. Positive Reinforcement Method

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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Established good behavior and social growth using positive reinforcement method.
  • Demonstrated a positive reinforcement method which resulted in good behavior.
  • Promoted respectable behaviors by utilizing positive reinforcement methods.
  • Promote healthy behaviors by using positive reinforcement methods.
  • Promoted good behavior based on positive reinforcement method.
  • Modeled appropriate social behavior and positive reinforcement method
  • Promoted good behavior with positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method, a method which includes counting to three before instating a consequence.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method as well as promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method; Engaged children with games, books and puzzles.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method, time outs and healthy eating.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method Managed general housekeeping duties including clean up & feeding
  • Administered medicine and minor first aid to sick children Promoted good behaviors utilizing the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method Modeled appropriate social behaviors and encouraged concern for others
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.Physically and verbally interacted with child throughout the day.
  • Saved artwork and took pictures/video for parents.Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method Dressed children and changed diapers
  • Promoted good behaviors byusing the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method Sparked creativity and imagination by helping children discover new things each day.

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23. Fun Activities

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Here's how Fun Activities is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Executed daily operations of educational activities as well as fun activities.
  • Provided childcare maintaining safety while creating fun activities to stimulate development.
  • Managed household while engaging two elementary aged boys in fun activities
  • Ensured children were well-supervised and provided educational and fun activities.
  • Created educational and fun activities focused on skill development.
  • Provided excellent childcare and learning opportunities through fun activities.
  • Created, developed educational and fun activities daily.
  • Provided educational and fun activities for children.
  • Help both children with skills in athletics and make sure to fuel them with healthy food and lots of fun activities.
  • Planned and carried out safe and fun activities with the girls, help with meal times, and other daily activities.
  • Time was also spent caring for them at home and bringing them to fun activities in any of the five boroughs.
  • Assist with dropping/picking kids up from school or activity on time, prepare meals, homework, and organizing fun activities.
  • Care for one boy, aged 2,;prepare and serve meals; organize fun activities; perform light house keeping
  • Engaged the boys with games, puzzles and other fun activities like hide and seek, and other games they requested.
  • Fed, bathed, changed diapers, played games, helped with homework, and finding fun activities to do outside.
  • Provide exceptional care to 3 children with limited television watching, homework help, structure, fun activities and transportation.
  • Take them to do fun activities, camps, sport lessons and practices, as well as educational field trips.
  • Provided excellent care for children; setting a great example, engaging them in educational and fun activities daily.
  • Helped the toddlers learn numbers, shapes, letters, and colors through fun activities and a fun environment.
  • Provided fun activities, made meals, and interacted with the boys as much as possible throughout the day.

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24. Safe Behavior

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Here's how Safe Behavior is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Promote safe behavior and self-awareness.
  • Instruct children in safe behavior, such as seeking adult assistance when crossing the street to go to the park.
  • Instruct children in safe behaviors and activities, such as games, arts and crafts, etc.
  • Instruct children in safe behavior, such as seeking adult assistance when needed.
  • Provided a daily routine to encourage positive habits and respectful, safe behaviors.
  • Instructed children in safe behavior, especially at the beach and swimming pools.
  • Assist children in the development of health, personal habits and safe behavior.
  • Promoted positive and safe behavior as well as manners and empathy towards others.
  • Model appropriate social behavior, healthy nutrition practices and encourage safe behavior.
  • Reinforce safe behavior such as seeking adult assistance when needed.
  • Instruct child regarding safe behavior when crossing the street.
  • Instructed children in safe behavior and also helped.
  • Model and teach appropriate social and safe behaviors.
  • Redirected children to positive and safe behaviors.
  • Teach children safe behavior and manners.
  • Encouraged safe behaviors during shifts.
  • Instruct children in safe behavior.
  • Instruct children on safe behaviors.
  • Instruct child in safe behavior.
  • Encourage and implement good and safe behaviors with positivereinforcement.

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25. Personal Habits

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Here's how Personal Habits is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Observed daily behavior and assisted in developing safety, health and personal habits such as eating, sleeping and toilet behavior.
  • Ascertained needs and requirements from parents including meal choices, medical history, personal habits and nuances, and any restrictions.
  • Instruct and assist in the development of health and personal habits, such as eating, resting, and toilet behavior.
  • Educated children in health and personal habits such as eating, resting, proper manners and hygiene.
  • Helped children with proper health and personal habits when needed such as teaching/assisting toddler to toilet train.
  • Maintained increased organization by initiating study skills, healthy food choices, and positive personal habits.
  • Provide Childcare: studying, food choices, medical conditions, personal habits, and restrictions.
  • Provide care and assistance in the development of health and personal habits of toddler.
  • Instructed child in health and personal habits including eating, resting and toilet habits.
  • Followed parental guidelines for studying, food choices, personal habits and restrictions.
  • Clarified care requirements: Personal habits, food choices, medical conditions.
  • Helped children with homework, food choices, and personal habits.
  • Instructed the child on proper health and personal habits.
  • Instructed and reinforced health and personal habits.
  • Assist development of health and personal habits.
  • Instructed children in healthy personal habits.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits Encouraged good behaviors using positive reinforcement.
  • Instructed and assisted children in the development of health and personal habits, such as eating,resting, and self-confidence.
  • Assist in the development of personal habits like toilet behavior, rest, and daily schedules.
  • Instructed child in health and personal habits such as eating,drinking water, and resting.

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26. Healthy Snacks

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Here's how Healthy Snacks is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Supervised one to six children-Prepare healthy snacks and meals-Plan physical and learning activities
  • Prepared healthy snacks and meals, bathed, and changed diapers, assisted the children with educational learning games and activities.
  • Planned daily and weekly activities for two children, such as field trips, healthy snacks and arts and crafts.
  • Picked up boys from school and walked home Prepared healthy snacks and dinner if parents weren't home Helped with homework
  • Light housekeeping, duties included meal preparation with healthy snacks, kid's laundry, load and unload dishwasher.
  • Assist in preparing food for children and serve meals and healthy snacks to children and regulate rest periods.
  • Prepared healthy snacks for the children and occasionally prepared meals for the entire family as needed.
  • Provide healthy snacks and lunches, ensure equipment and activities are safe at all times.
  • Assisted with homework, prepared healthy snacks and meals, and followed prescribed daily routine.
  • Scheduled and prepared healthy snacks and meals for 2 children- three times a day.
  • Organized activities in and out of home and provided healthy snacks and meals.
  • Make healthy snacks and meals for two children under the age of two.
  • Prepared healthy snacks, drove them to and from after school programs.
  • Prepared varies healthy snacks and meals in order to provide safety.
  • Feed him a nutritious lunch every day and two healthy snacks.
  • Prepared healthy snacks and meals to maintain energy through the day.
  • Prepare healthy snacks based on the children's dietary restrictions.
  • Provided meals and healthy snacks for the children as needed.
  • Prepared and made daily meals along with appropriate healthy snacks.
  • Prepare meals and made healthy snacks for 4 children.

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27. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Started taking care of a family of three in 2010 which includes tutoring the girls in Math and Language Arts.
  • Provided transportation for multiple children after school, homework help and tutoring in language arts and reading.
  • Created an in-home education system, which includes the development of language arts, and math skills.
  • Developed and implemented curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten student in language arts, math, science, etc.
  • Create and deliver rigorous summer writing/language arts drills and practices and supervised and assisted with homework.
  • Tutor three elementary to high school-aged children in Mathematics, Science, Language Arts, etc.
  • Tutored all three children in the subjects of language arts, math and reading daily.
  • Teach lessons and activities in Mathematics, Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies.
  • House cleaning, babysitting (2 children), tutoring (math and language arts)
  • Tutored in language arts, social studies, science, and math lessons.
  • Tutored children in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
  • Tutor skills to strengthen language arts and math concepts.
  • Tutored children in mathematics and language arts.
  • Tutored language arts, reading, and math
  • Supervised children during afterschool activities -Tutored children in mathematics and language arts
  • Created interactive homework sessions to enhance 6 years old's basic language arts and math skills.
  • Tutor - Help students in the English Language arts.

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28. New Things

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Here's how New Things is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Encourage things such as making right choices, learning new things and just being a kid and having fun.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination by helping children discover new things each day through crafts, music and outings.
  • Help her motivate and teach her with homework, reading, writing, and overall new things.
  • Engage children in various physical and educational activities that encourage them to explore new things and ideas.
  • Acted as role model and helped teach with reading, writing, and overall new things.
  • See them open up to new learning experiences Teach them exciting new things and activities.
  • Enjoyed reading, playing, singing, and observing as child discovered new things.
  • Make crafts and art work, read, and discover new things in nature walks
  • Sparked creativity and imagination by introducing the children to new things each day.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination in the child by helping discover new things daily.
  • Spark creativity and imagination by encouraging the children to discover new things daily.
  • Like teaching them new things and different ways I can impact their life.
  • Played with the children and also helped them learn new things every day.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination by helping children learn and discover new things daily.
  • Modeled appropriate social behaviors and encouraged them to explore new things safely.
  • Spark imagination, build self-esteem, and help child discover new things.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination by helping child discover new things each day.
  • Thrive on working in a challenging environment and learning new things.
  • Sparked imaginations by helping children discover new things each day.
  • Open minded to new things and respectable to differences.

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29. Educational Games

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Here's how Educational Games is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Provided developmentally appropriate educational games.
  • Demonstrated multitasking by organizing fun and educational games, reading storybooks that increased interest, and planning outdoor activities.
  • Organized age-appropriate and fun educational games such as reading and storytelling to promote language development and intellectual skills.
  • Assisted children with homework and created educational games for toddler-aged children to facilitate language development.
  • Utilize educational games, stimulating puzzles and nature activities daily to promote development.
  • Fostered a positive learning environment by integrating educational games daily.
  • Organized age-appropriate educational games and activities and planned outdoor activities.
  • Motivate the need for educational games/activities to encourage brain development.
  • Organize fun and educational games while providing positive discipline.
  • Created educational games and activities for recreation.
  • Utilized educational games daily to promote development.
  • Planned and implemented educational games.
  • Prepared meals and led educational games
  • Planned activities and educational games.
  • Care for a 7 year old girl, cook and prepare meals, organize educational games, and clean and wash dishes
  • Used educational games to prepare 4 year old for preschool, as well as assist the 7 year old with homework.
  • Care includes preparing nutritional meals, helping to build up their skills through educational games and play, and outside activities.
  • Organized fun and educational games, read storybooks, played outdoor activists such as walking to the local playground.
  • Compose fun and educational games, read storybooks, plan outdoor activities, and assist with homework and projects.
  • Organize and engage children in educational games and activities that enhance children's physical, emotional and social well-being.

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30. Unsafe Objects

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Here's how Unsafe Objects is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Instructed children in safe behavior, such as seeking adult assistance as needed and avoiding contact or play with unsafe objects.
  • Instruct children in safe behavior, such as seeking adult assistance when crossing the street or playing with unsafe objects.
  • Instruct children in safe behavior such as seeking an adult when crossing the street and avoiding contact with unsafe objects.
  • Instruct infant in safe behavior, such as monitoring tummy time and avoiding contact or play with unsafe objects.
  • Instructed children in safe behaviors and avoiding contact or play with unsafe objects.
  • Instruct safe behavior, such as avoiding contact or play with unsafe objects.

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31. Small Children

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Here's how Small Children is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Cared for three small children ages 2-5-Prepared and administered educational activities-Provided transportation to children and 14 yr old
  • Provided care for two small children, planning educational activities and developmentally appropriate programs
  • Cared for two small children while maintaining household activities and family scheduling
  • Care of small children; feeding, clothing, activities and education in home and vacation settings, working independently and supervised
  • Have worked with the same family for almost 8 years helping to manage three small children from infants through third grade.
  • Provide exceptional care and learning for two small children, while ensuring their safe transport to and from school and activities.
  • Watched over two small children, prepared meals for them, put them down for naps and cleaned the house.
  • Cared for 3 small children by meeting their basic needs and teaching them necessary life skills appropriate to their age.
  • Provide complete daily care for three small children (under five), and perform household tasks for the family.
  • Cared for multiple small children, including infants, as well as an elderly gentleman with Alzheimer's disease.
  • Trusted childcare provider responsible for the day-to-day care of three small children (under the age of three).
  • Cared for small children several days a week, engaging them in creative projects and basic learning exercises.
  • Assisted a family of 4 by providing childcare for two small children; a boy and a girl.
  • Balanced nutrition for two small children, potty trained, taught ABCs, numbers, and how to write
  • Started taking care of 2 small children and the family eventually added a baby to the mix.
  • Cared for 3 small children (grooming, fed, and daily activities) - privately in-home care
  • Provided excellent care for over three years as a weekend babysitter and nanny of two small children.
  • Manage household for two adults, two small children, one dog and a rather large rabbit.
  • Provided supervised play, daily outings, meals and a nurturing environment for 2 small children.
  • Cared for infant and small children; planned activities, prepared meals, and dispensed medication.

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32. After-School Program

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Here's how After-School Program is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Assisted with homework, provided meals, took to after-school programs, created arts and crafts projects along with playground activities.
  • Assisted with homework and chores; transported to sporting activities and after-school programs; and provided a safe and comfortable environment.
  • Started and ran a weekly after-school program for underprivileged children in our local community.
  • TemporaryPicked children up from after-school program, fed them dinner.
  • Transported children home from school and to after-school programs.
  • Scheduled children's appointments and after-school programs.
  • Transported to/from school and after-school programs.
  • Pick up specific kids from their after-school program and bring home review with homework Prepare dinner Prepare bath

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33. Social Outings

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Here's how Social Outings is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Transport child to school, social outings, and various swim and music lessons.
  • Transport children to school 3 days a week and occasionally to social outings.
  • Aided in studies, distributed meals, and planned educational and social outings.
  • Transported children to camp, school, beach, and other social outings.
  • Transport children to schools, social outings, and any other activities.
  • Transport children to schools, social outings, and various extra-curricular activities
  • Transport children to schools, social outings, and sports practices.
  • Organized fun, educational and social outings and activities for children.
  • Transport to schools, social outings, and other appointments.
  • Transport children to schools, play dates and social outings.
  • Transport child to school, social outings, and activities.
  • Transport children to sports, social outings, and appointments.
  • Transport children to schools, social outings, etc.
  • Transport child to social outings and appointments.
  • Transfer children to social outings.
  • Prepared meals, managed his participation in extracurricularactivities, organized field trips and social outings
  • Cared for all the needs of an infant including teaching and Educational and social outings.
  • transport children to parks, social outings, and beneficial learning experiences.
  • Transport children to social outings Manage money and time when traveling

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34. Interpersonal Relationships

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Here's how Interpersonal Relationships is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Established interpersonal relationships with a clientele of families.
  • Cultivated interpersonal relationships and communication skills.
  • Encourage, in children, concern for others to cultivate development of interpersonal relationships and communication skills.
  • Demonstrated strong communication skills with the children's parents which lead to trustworthy, interpersonal relationships.
  • Gained exceptional interpersonal relationships with both adults and children Ability to document and maintain tedious notes and schedules
  • Established interpersonal relationships with parents and teachers in Greenville area.
  • Implemented preschool and kindergarten readiness activities Assisted children in development of interpersonal relationships Directed education in written and spoken communication
  • Model appropriate social behaviors and encourage concern for others tocultivate development of interpersonal relationships and communicationskills.

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35. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Facilitated age-appropriate activities targeting educational and social development.
  • Supported children's emotional and social developmental needs and encouraged positive interaction with other and educational aspects of developmental skills.
  • Enriched intellectual and social development of children by assisting with education through homework, providing mental stimulation, and discipline.
  • Promoted students' academic achievement, personal and social development in adherence to student behavioral and education plans.
  • Engaged them in age-appropriate games and activities to encourage their intellectual and social development.
  • Monitored personal/social development, interactions with siblings and friends, and the educational process.
  • Promoted a safe structured environment contributing to educational, physical and social development.
  • Incorporate stimulating activities into daily routine to promote healthy mental and social development.
  • Encouraged positive and healthy habits through instruction of personal cleanliness and social development.
  • Instructed children in personal cleanliness and social development Accomplishments Provided excellent care for children
  • Promote children's emotional and social development, encouraging empathy and self-actualization.
  • Helped effectively with social manners, social development and language development.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development with one one-on-one attention.
  • Communicate with parents and report client's academic and social development
  • Supervised children while aiding in personal cleanliness and social development.
  • Participated in child's therapy and social development appointments.
  • Instructed children in personal cleanliness and social development.
  • Planned weekly educational and social development activities.
  • Aided in personal cleanliness and social development.
  • Provided guidance for proper social development.

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36. Different Families

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Here's how Different Families is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Worked in safety conscious environments Able to adapt to different requirements of different families Required critical thinking
  • Worked as a nanny for a few different families before being asked to be a regular nanny for a six-month-old baby.
  • Cared for and kept up with over ten different families who had kids ranging from 6 weeks old to 12 years old
  • Employed by three different families over the course of five years, caring for children ages 2 months through 9 years.
  • Create a safe, nurturing and stimulating environment in which the child could thrive and develop for three different families.
  • Provided personalized care to four children from two different families and attended to their safety, health and nutritional needs.
  • Work as an on-call nanny or back-up nanny for different families with different backgrounds, with children of different ages.
  • Watched different families children* Cooked, cleaned, and kept up with daily needs* Kept children happy and healthy
  • Provided all childcare for ten different families with children ranging in age from 3 months to 11 years.
  • Have worked for a number of different families and seen each child from age 3 months to kindergarten.
  • Provided care for two different families, the children's ages ranged from newborn to eight years old.
  • Care for children in different families from as young as 6 months to as old as 8.
  • Served as a nanny for two different families; provided babysitting for other families, including sleepovers.
  • Worked for five different families with responsibilities for assisting children with their day-to-day activities throughout their life.
  • Provide regular childcare and ensure health and safety for children 0-16 years of age for five different families
  • Worked for two different families caring for children aged from six months to five years of age.
  • Cared for the infants of two different families, ages ranging between four months and twelve months.
  • Cared for the children of five different families, including children with special needs as well as multiples
  • Worked as a full-time caregiver for two different families caring for small children in their home.
  • Take care of children ages ranging from 6 mo- 7 yrs old for multiple different families.

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37. NAP Schedules

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Here's how NAP Schedules is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Maintained accurate daily records of children's individual activities, behaviors, healthy meals, and nap schedules.
  • Regulate children's rest periods and nap schedules; help develop or monitor family schedule.
  • Assist with school work, and regulate children's rest periods and nap schedules.
  • Maintained behavioral expectations, nap schedules, toilet training methods, laundry and tidying.
  • Regulated children's rest and nap schedules; met regularly with parents to share updates
  • Regulate children's rest periods and nap schedules as I do with Nellie.
  • Help develop and/or monitor schedule, children s rest periods and nap schedules.
  • Regulate rest periods and nap schedules as per parent s instructions.
  • Observe and monitor children's play activities and regulate nap schedules.
  • Regulate children's daily routines including rest periods and nap schedules.
  • Regulate rest and nap schedules and prepare and serve nutritionally-balanced meals.
  • Regulated the child's rest periods and nap schedules.
  • Regulate children's rest periods and nap schedules.
  • Regulate children's daily activities and nap schedules.
  • Regulate children's meal and nap schedules.
  • Prepared healthy meals and regulated nap schedules.
  • Regulate children's nap schedules.
  • Cared for one girl (age9months-18months) and one boy (3years) Regulate children's rest periods and nap schedules.
  • Regulate children s rest periods and nap schedules Help prepare and serve nutritionally balanced meals and snack for children.
  • Regulate children's rest periods and nap schedules Meet regularly with parents to discuss children's activities and development.

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38. Cultivate Development

low Demand
Here's how Cultivate Development is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Cultivate development of personal relationships and proper verbal communication skills.
  • Cultivate development of relationships and communication skills.
  • Model appropriate social behaviors and encourage concern for others to cultivate development of interpersonal relationships and communication skills

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39. Intellectual Development

low Demand
Here's how Intellectual Development is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Provided care for children stressing individual needs within the developmental framework of social, emotional, physical and intellectual development.
  • Developed and executed activities designed to encourage the social, physical, and intellectual development of children.
  • Engaged children in developmentally appropriate play and activities to encourage their emotional, physical and intellectual development.
  • Teach and perform age appropriate activities to encourage intellectual development of children.
  • Teach and perform age-appropriate activities to encourage intellectual development of child.
  • Encourage intellectual development of children.
  • Teach and perform age-appropriate activities, such as reading, and arts and crafts to encourage intellectual development of children.
  • Teach and perform age-appropriate activities, such as lap play, reading, to encourage intellectual development of child.
  • Utilized, games, videos and age appropriate activities to stimulate child's creative and intellectual development.
  • Teach and encourage the intellectual development of children, as well as supervise and assist with homework.
  • Supported the physical, social, emotional, creative, and intellectual development of the children.
  • Care for children and participate in their social, emotional, and intellectual development.
  • Utilized different approaches to stimulate the cognitive and intellectual development of each child.
  • Participate in social, emotional, and intellectual development of children.
  • Participate in the social, emotional, and intellectual development.
  • Modeled and encouraged positive behavior Utilized games and age appropriate activities to encourage children's creative and intellectual development.
  • Teach and perform age-appropriate activities and free play toEncourage intellectual development.
  • Provided family with high quality, stable, and professional childcare Participated in the social, emotional and intellectual development.
  • Plan and involve children in daily activities and routines that nurture their physical, emotional, social and intellectual development.
  • Utilized games, videos, and age-appropriate activities to spark children's' creative and intellectual development.

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40. Safe Environment

low Demand
Here's how Safe Environment is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Organized activities and appointments; Provided transportation and supervision; Maintained safe environment for children and prepared meals.
  • Facilitated a fun, educational and safe environment for two children while cooking meals and arranging bedtime preparations
  • Created open and safe environment for communication by intervening and mediating arguments among youth.
  • Create a nurturing and safe environment along with providing continuous educational activities.
  • Provided supervision while maintaining an open and safe environment for communication.
  • Provided a clean and safe environment by performing environmental services.
  • Provided a safe environment by allowing authorized persons near children
  • Created a stimulating, educational and safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment by remaining constantly vigilant.
  • Establish open and safe environment for communication.
  • Provided a safe environment with engaging activities.
  • Provide safe environment for infants-teenagers while supervising.
  • Ensured safe environment and provided structured activities
  • Created a stimulating, nurturing and safe environment for four children (two were blind), ages 4 to 10.
  • Cooked, light housecleaning, administered medications, assisted with daily activities, creating an enjoyable and safe environment for the children
  • Organized and maintained a child safe environment while keeping in mind the stages of development and the child's current abilities.
  • Created a stimulating, safe environment, prepared meals, provided transportation to activities, did laundry and light housekeeping.
  • Maintained a healthy and safe environment for the child and made sure that only permitted people came to visit him.
  • Worked in an extremely fast paced environment, maintaining a safe environment for up to four children at a time.
  • Schedule and coordinate children's activities -Document daily reports for each child -Maintain a clean, well-organized, and safe environment

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41. Administer Medications

low Demand
Here's how Administer Medications is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Observe children's behavior for irregularities and administer medications as directed.
  • Administer medications as directed by pediatrician and parents.
  • Administer medications and participated in after school programs.
  • Administer medications and attend doctor appointments with children.
  • Transport passengers and/or administer medications as needed.
  • Administer medications and keep appropriate records.
  • Observed children's behavior for irregularities, take temperature or administer medications, as directed, to maintain children's health.
  • General care for two children, cook, clean, administer medications, and entertain children.
  • Feed, bathe, dress child daily, in addition to, administer medications as needed.
  • Observe children's behavior for irregularities, take temperature, administer medications.
  • Administer medications, as directed to maintain child's health.
  • Adhere to schedule, prepare meals and administer medications.
  • Prepare and serve meals and administer medications as necessary.
  • Take care of 19 month old son and administer medications
  • Handled sick care, administer medications as needed.
  • Administer medications and render first aid whenever needed.
  • Administer medications via various routes as needed.
  • Watch over animals for a specific length of time Administer medications if needed
  • Prepared breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks Administer medications when needed.
  • Observe children's behavior for irregularities, take temperature,administer medications, as directed, to maintain children'shealth.

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42. Positive Relationships

low Demand
Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Organized developmentally appropriate activities, and engaged with the children to encourage positive relationships.
  • Established positive relationships with children by designing creative games and activities.
  • Engaged with children on individual basis to promote positive relationships.
  • Connected with children individually, due to their different personalities, in order to build positive relationships with them.
  • Provide a loving and supportive environment for the children and maintain strong, positive relationships with the families.
  • Pick children up from school daily and maintain positive relationships with teachers, children, and parents.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships and promote well-rounded social skills.
  • Maintained long, consistent, and positive relationships with families in need of regular childcare.
  • Engage with children on an individual level to promote positive relationships and behavior.
  • Establish and maintain positive relationships with children, family, and friends.
  • Developed positive relationships with children and built trust with their mom.
  • Engage with children to build positive relationships with them.
  • Cared for, and created positive relationships with,
  • Engaged with child to build positive relationships.
  • Developed positive relationships with the two children.
  • Engaged with children individually to build and foster positive relationships Closely monitor children's play activities to ensure safety
  • Developed positive relationships with children by engaging them and following daily routines.
  • Communicated with parents about daily activities and behaviors Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships with them.
  • Encouraged children to be understanding and worked with them on an individual basis to promote positive relationships
  • Engaged in after-school activitiesincluding sport practice and homework, including working with the children on an individualbasis to build positive relationships.

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43. Social Interaction

low Demand
Here's how Social Interaction is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Performed childcare and light housekeeping duties as instructed by Parent Encourage social interaction and provide stimulating learning environments Lead educational activities
  • Oversee playtime and schedule activities to ensure proper development of social interaction with other children Keep detailed daily diary of activities
  • Created reward systems to encourage positive behavior, and worked on improving social interactions through increased politeness and self-sufficiency.
  • Supported social interactions as necessary, while encouraging independence in problem-solving to initiate play or resolve a conflict.
  • Encouraged social interactions in public and between her and her peers to exercise her behavior/socialization and communication skills.
  • Discipline children appropriately and oversee their behavior-Perform light housekeeping activities-Encourage social interaction and provide stimulating learning environments
  • Encourage social interaction and provides an environment with constant stimulation and ability to express herself.
  • Encouraged social interaction, provided stimulating and creative educational activities, and assisted with homework.
  • Assist with Pre-Kindergarten preparation including communication skills, physical activity, and social interaction.
  • Encourage social interactions and ensure that child is provided with a constantly stimulating environment.
  • Provided and maintained outside relationships to develop positive social interactions through play dates.
  • Encouraged social interaction and provided a stimulating learning environment while overseeing their behavior.
  • Support and encourage children in social interactions, academics, and extra-circular activities.
  • Worked specifically on appropriate emotional behavior including supporting social interactions and behavior modification.
  • Helped develop social interaction skills and developed cognizant awareness of surroundings and others.
  • Encourage social interaction, providing a stimulating learning environment and lead educational activities.
  • Organized and coordinated games and events to encourage social interactions among children.
  • Encouraged social interaction and provided assistance with their daily homework.
  • Provided a structured environment for children and encouraged social interaction.
  • Provided a stimulating environment to promote learning and social interaction.

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44. Food Preparation

low Demand
Here's how Food Preparation is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Provided live-in daycare Daily personal care/hygiene of children Distribution of medication as directed by the doctor Food preparation and service Housekeeping/ laundry
  • Provide domestic support functions including food preparation and other domestic responsibilities, such as housekeeping.
  • Performed housekeeping and food preparation duties.
  • House cleaning -Food preparation -Grocery shopping
  • Care of multiple children including food preparation, scheduling, keeping a regular routine, attendance in classes and community events.
  • Care for two children, including organizing daily activities, transporting children, food preparation, household management, educational activities.
  • Read books to the children to stimulate their mind and expand their imagination Cleanliness in all areas of the household Food preparations
  • Included activity management, transportation between athletic and social events, house cleaning, food preparation, and general day-care activities.
  • Position included transportation from school and activities, food preparation, homework supervision and aid, play time, etc.
  • Performed all duties pertaining to care of the children including transportation, food preparation, bathing, and homework.
  • Followed daily routines for three young girls, including food preparation, cleaning, bathing, driving, etc.
  • Be at house for kids to get off bus, homework help, food preparation, housekeeping and laundry.
  • Provide child care during weekdays including food preparation, daily exercise, and ensuring child is prepared for school.
  • Helped provide care, supervision, organization, food preparation, homework assistance, and facilitated play for busy family
  • Care of children in my home, lesson planning, food preparation, cleaning, organizing field trips.
  • Promoted healthy habits: baby yoga, recreation activities such as park visits, and healthy food preparation.
  • Maintained finances for purchases at the grocery store; as well as regular food preparation for the family.
  • Worked for several families providing care and tutoring to elementary aged children, food preparation, personal needs
  • Provided childcare, light housework, food preparation, homework help, and transportation for three families.
  • Played games, took walks, attended play class, food preparation, light housekeeping and cleaning.

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45. Multiple Families

low Demand
Here's how Multiple Families is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Worked in an extremely flexible manner to accommodate multiple families ever-changing schedules.
  • Planned appropriate developmental activities and programs for children of multiple families.
  • Developed and maintained relationships with multiple families.
  • Worked as nanny/personal assistant for multiple families
  • Maintained excellent relationships with multiple families.
  • Served as primary child care provider for multiple families with children ranging in age from three months to four years old.
  • Provided child care for multiple families: anywhere from two to six children ranging in age from newborn to eighteen.
  • Care for multiple families of children including special needs experience in; Down syndrome, autism, and cerebral palsy.
  • Worked for multiple families and provided excellent care and companionship for children between ranging from newborn to fourteen years old.
  • Worked with multiple families as an interim nanny to provide peace and ease during the process of permanent nanny placement.
  • Cared for the daily needs of multiple families and children of various ages ranging from toddlers to mid adolescence.
  • Care for multiple families' children (ages 8-14) diagnosed with Autism, ADHD, and emotional disturbance.
  • Worked with multiple families, particularly those with children who have special needs and register on the autism spectrum.
  • Serve as the primary babysitter for multiple families for a six year period, demonstrating consistency and loyalty.
  • Provide care services for multiple families with children ages ranging from 3 months - 12 years old.
  • Provided care for children ranging in age from 3 weeks to 10 years old for multiple families.
  • Provided stable, safe, and fun child care to multiple families over the past 6 years.
  • Experience with time management in maintaining a balance between multiple families and school as well as work.
  • Provide childcare services for multiple families with children's ages ranging from newborns to 15 years old.
  • Provided child care services to infants and children at the employer's home, for multiple families.

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46. Individual Basis

low Demand
Here's how Individual Basis is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Engage attentively with the children on an individual basis as a means to build positive, trusting relationships with them.
  • Engaged with child on an individual basis to build a positive relationship with her.
  • Engaged with child on individual basis in pleasant manner.
  • Encourage children to better themselves on an individual basis.
  • Engaged with the child on an individual basis.
  • Engage with children on an individual basis to buildpositive relationship and closely monitor children's activities to validate they are safe.
  • Engaged with child on an individual basis to promote developmental skills and to build a positive relationship with him.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis in a pleasant manner.
  • aged with children on an individual basis to provide direction that encouraged them to be understanding and kind with others.

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47. Lesson Plans

low Demand
Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Organized educational social and recreational projects for both children and daily lesson plans for development.
  • Developed age appropriate lesson plans and documented daily activities and outings.
  • Create lesson plans for appropriate toddler development and organize educational outings.
  • Promoted a Spanish immersion environment customizing lesson plans for one-on-one teaching.
  • Created and maintained developmentally appropriate lesson plans for young children.
  • Educated, prepared lesson plans, scheduled activities, provided transportation
  • Created and implemented lesson plans incorporating developmental benchmarks.
  • Created individualized lesson plans for tutoring.
  • Assisted the children with school work, doing hands-on experiments, and incorporating learning techniques into provided lesson plans.
  • Care for two-six children including age appropriate activities, conflict resolution, meals, transportation and lesson plans.
  • Designed lesson plans, organized playtime, and fed and cared for a three year old child daily.
  • Served the role of the children's teacher by planning daily lesson plans in a school-like format.
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans, which included activities, art projects, and working on developmental milestones.
  • Prepared lesson plans outlined and planned in assigned areas and submitted outline to head teacher for review.
  • Created lesson plans and activities for children to further educational knowledge, in addition to tutoring program.
  • Care TakerCared for children, feeding, lesson plans, outdoor activities, and put together snacks.
  • Create lesson plans on a daily basis to include age-appropriate learning skills and arts and crafts.
  • Transported, scheduled, coordinated and managed the children's activity, appointments and lesson plans.
  • Created lesson plans for children's daily activities and keep track of their schedules being achieved.
  • Prepped meals, served meals, made lesson plans and planned daily activities for the week.

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48. Appropriate Discipline

low Demand
Here's how Appropriate Discipline is used in Nanny jobs:
  • Reinforced appropriate discipline for the children and assisted in household budgeting, organization and management.
  • Help school-aged children with homework.-Demonstrate ability to manage behavior problems, and reinforce age-appropriate discipline.
  • Established and enforced rules for behavior and implemented appropriate discipline when necessary.
  • Reinforced appropriate discipline, helped with homework, and organized age-appropriate activities.
  • Worked with family on providing appropriate discipline and positive reinforcement techniques.
  • Collaborated with parents to promote desirable child behavior through appropriate discipline.
  • Communicated effectively with parents to determine and implement appropriate discipline measures.
  • Reinforced appropriate discipline and communicated child progress and concerns with parents.
  • Reinforced positive behavior and applied appropriate discipline as requested by parents.
  • Facilitate playgroups and outings and applying appropriate discipline when necessary.
  • Supervised children in all activities and administered appropriate discipline.
  • Supervised and implemented proper routines and reinforced appropriate discipline.
  • Set behavioral guidelines and provided age appropriate discipline.
  • Demonstrated effectiveness in implementing appropriate discipline when necessary.
  • Reinforced appropriate discipline and implemented daily routines.
  • Reinforce appropriate discipline and model appropriate behavior.
  • Reinforced appropriate discipline according to parents.
  • Reinforced appropriate discipline when required.
  • Provide appropriate discipline and education.
  • Reinforced appropriate discipline with children.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Nanny

Meal Prep32.2%
Complete Homework Assignments18%
Household Chores8%
Daily Activities5.2%
OLD Children4.9%
Recreational Activities4.7%
Safe Play Environment3.4%
Educational Activities3.2%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Nanny

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Meal Prep
Meal Prep
26.9%
26.9%
2
2
Complete Homework Assignments
Complete Homework Assignments
15%
15%
3
3
Household Chores
Household Chores
6.7%
6.7%
4
4
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
4.4%
4.4%
5
5
OLD Children
OLD Children
4.1%
4.1%
6
6
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
3.9%
3.9%
7
7
Safe Play Environment
Safe Play Environment
2.9%
2.9%
8
8
Educational Activities
Educational Activities
2.7%
2.7%
9
9
Nutritious Meals
Nutritious Meals
2%
2%
10
10
Medical Appointments
Medical Appointments
1.7%
1.7%
11
11
Transport Children
Transport Children
1.6%
1.6%
12
12
Extra-Curricular Activities
Extra-Curricular Activities
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Child Care
Child Care
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Potty Training
Potty Training
1.4%
1.4%
16
16
CPR
CPR
1.3%
1.3%
17
17
Daily Care
Daily Care
1.3%
1.3%
18
18
Light Housework
Light Housework
1.2%
1.2%
19
19
Behavioral Issues
Behavioral Issues
1%
1%
20
20
Appropriate Social Behaviors
Appropriate Social Behaviors
1%
1%
21
21
Discipline Programs
Discipline Programs
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Positive Reinforcement Method
Positive Reinforcement Method
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Fun Activities
Fun Activities
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Safe Behavior
Safe Behavior
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Personal Habits
Personal Habits
0.7%
0.7%
26
26
Healthy Snacks
Healthy Snacks
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Language Arts
Language Arts
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
New Things
New Things
0.6%
0.6%
29
29
Educational Games
Educational Games
0.6%
0.6%
30
30
Unsafe Objects
Unsafe Objects
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Small Children
Small Children
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
After-School Program
After-School Program
0.6%
0.6%
33
33
Social Outings
Social Outings
0.6%
0.6%
34
34
Interpersonal Relationships
Interpersonal Relationships
0.6%
0.6%
35
35
Social Development
Social Development
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Different Families
Different Families
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
NAP Schedules
NAP Schedules
0.5%
0.5%
38
38
Cultivate Development
Cultivate Development
0.5%
0.5%
39
39
Intellectual Development
Intellectual Development
0.5%
0.5%
40
40
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.5%
0.5%
41
41
Administer Medications
Administer Medications
0.5%
0.5%
42
42
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.5%
0.5%
43
43
Social Interaction
Social Interaction
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Food Preparation
Food Preparation
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
Multiple Families
Multiple Families
0.4%
0.4%
46
46
Individual Basis
Individual Basis
0.4%
0.4%
47
47
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
0.4%
0.4%
48
48
Appropriate Discipline
Appropriate Discipline
0.4%
0.4%

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