Top Preschool Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Preschool Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Preschool Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 15.2% of Preschool Teacher resumes contained Lesson Plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Preschool Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

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

1. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Create and implement preschool lesson plans Maintain safe and healthy learning environment Conduct parent consultations
  • Created and implemented creative and effective lesson plans developed specifically for preschool aged children.
  • Prepared differentiated lesson plans, stimulating classroom activities, and educational materials.
  • Implemented curriculum while introducing effective lesson plans that improved quality of learning.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate lesson plans based on individualized objectives.
  • Developed daily schedule and creative lesson plans in collaboration with co-teachers.
  • Created weekly lesson plans that provided developmentally appropriate activities.
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans focused on ability-appropriate materials.
  • Created and implemented developmentally appropriate lesson plans and activities.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans appropriate for Kindergarten preparation.
  • Developed and instructed group and individualized lesson plans.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans within curriculum guidelines.
  • Developed lesson plans using center's play-based philosophy.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans using curriculum.
  • Developed lesson plans using Creative Curriculum.
  • Prepared developmentally appropriate lesson plans weekly.
  • Utilized High Scope, DAP, and NAEYC standards to prepare and execute daily lesson plans and routines for preschool children.
  • Prepared lesson plans, organized and maintained room arrangements, maintained classroom documentation, Scheduled, planned, and conducted meetings.
  • Organized and presented daily lesson plans, monthly student calendar and parent communication, and yearly curriculum and student program targets.
  • Maintained classroom, created a safe learning environment, designed lesson plans, activities, games, and crafts for learning

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2. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Supervised children while providing developmentally appropriate curriculum
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum.
  • Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum - Collaborate with co-teachers - Take over head teacher position when needed - Perform opening tasks
  • Completed weekly lesson plans, schedules and implemented age appropriate activities based on developmentally appropriate curriculum to stimulate and educate children.
  • Participated in the development and implementation of a developmentally appropriate curriculum for children ages 3-5 years in a preschool setting.
  • Plan and implement age-appropriate curriculum to academically prepare students for kindergarten and provide opportunity for development of socialization skills.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum for social, emotional, and physical development of preschool age children.
  • Developed and instructed age-appropriate curriculum that promotes social, emotional, cognitive, language, and physical development.
  • Collaborated with a specialized teaching team to plan and instruct developmentally appropriate curriculum to encourage growth and development.
  • Worked closely with co-teacher to create and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum based on student interest and needs.
  • Supported several classrooms and teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group of 30 preschoolers.
  • Create a developmentally age-appropriate curriculum * Parent teacher conferences * Prepare children for kindergarten * Ensure Classroom Compliance
  • Created developmentally appropriate curriculum based around the emotional needs of the children in this particular classroom.
  • Assisted 1 classroom teacher in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for approximately 23 preschool aged children.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles for toddler and preschool aged children.
  • Teaching-Collaborated with co-teachers to plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum for children ages 2.9-4 years old.
  • Supported 2 other classroom teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum for a group 24 preschoolers.
  • Create developmentally appropriate curriculum that allows children to develop socially, intellectually, physically and emotionally.
  • Teamed with colleagues in the planning, preparation and implementation of age-appropriate curriculum and activities.
  • Design and implement age-appropriate curriculum based on Parents as Teachers program and DESE developmental goals.

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3. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Developed classroom management skills with an emphasis on positive discipline that encouraged student responsibility, problem solving skills and child accountability.
  • Attended a variety of professional development workshops centered on learning goals, classroom management, behavior management, and parent involvement.
  • Supervised 11 staff in the education component area: professional development, curriculum implementation and classroom management as a curriculum specialist.
  • Implemented preventative classroom management, pro-social behavior, moral education, social problem solving skills and behavioral modifications.
  • Nurtured student-teacher relationships and implemented classroom management strategies to ensure a safe and successful learning environment for all.
  • Collaborate with other teachers to lead developmentally appropriate learning activities and implement classroom management for children ages 2.9-5 years
  • Attended various workshops and seminars to improve education on developing lesson plans and handling classroom management effectively.
  • Assist teachers in providing consistent classroom management according to individual behavioral needs and plans.
  • Exercised excellent classroom management skills by following prepared lesson plans and keeping children engaged.
  • Implemented classroom management techniques based on positive reinforcement to foster a positive self-esteem.
  • Exercised good classroom management skills and maintained a productive and caring classroom community.
  • Assist in all areas of preschool operation including classroom management and curriculum planning.
  • Encourage development of student self-control by utilizing classroom management and modeling techniques.
  • Established and maintain efficient classroom management procedures and standards of preschool behavior.
  • Instituted effective classroom management strategies to ensure a safe and cooperative environment.
  • Attained classroom management through creative and motivating lessons and hands-on activities.
  • Provided safe and nurturing environment with effective discipline and classroom management.
  • Performed classroom management functions, including monitoring and correcting bad behavior.
  • Re-directed off-task learners, implemented positive classroom management techniques when appropriate.
  • Cultivated a creative environment for students while ensuring classroom management.

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4. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Attended a child care education workshop regarding child development and behavior management.
  • Enforced all administrative policies and regulations governing child care.
  • Maintained child care licensing for Department of FamilyServices.
  • Performed primary child care-giving responsibilities.
  • Coordinated activities between pediatrician, psychologist, nutritionist and other specialists in order to have a fully functional child care program.
  • Experienced Child Care Provider with years experience in providing supervision and guidance to children within day care and private home settings.
  • Disciplined children and recommended or initiated other measures to control behavior according to state and Smoky Valley Child Care guidelines.
  • Assisted the Child Care Program Director in developing and maintaining a yearly budget for the after school and summer programs.
  • Adhere to minimum standards for childcare as required by the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services-Child Care Licensing Division.
  • Provided service in the care, development and instruction of children in a child care as well the development program.
  • Assist in creating, organizing and directing a child care program and environment favorable to learning and personal growth.
  • Provide child care and education to preschool aged children as well as supervision consistently during the summer recreation program.
  • Provide child care to a group of toddlers, including changing diapers, feeding and interacting with children and parents
  • Assist in many other positions within the child care system to ensure the needs of the daycare are met.
  • Worked in a child care center assisting lead teachers by supervising children and helping with recreational and learning activities.
  • Maintain a healthy and positive relationship with each child and their families to ensure great quality child care.
  • Provide child care for children, through play, reading, encouraging new skills, encouraging physical activity.
  • Plan and implement a developmentally appropriate program for children and families enrolled at the Vanderbilt Child Care Centers.
  • Attended numerous training seminars (child care and discipline, management for caregivers, and conflict resolution).
  • Attended monthly meetings as well as bi-monthly early education and safety seminars through the Child Care Council.

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5. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in implementing an educational curriculum for 2-3 year old children in an outdoor-based learning environment.
  • Coordinated activities to facilitate the education and development of two year old children
  • Create and implemented developmentally appropriate activities for two year old children.
  • Provided instruction to four-year-old children enhancing their development and growth.
  • Coordinated educational and recreational activities for 2-4 year old children.
  • Facilitated and scaffold children's social interactions.
  • Work with 3 and 4 year old children developing and preparing lesson plans that are age appropriate to their subject matter.
  • Instructed 4 and 5 year old children during center time in learning stations for writing, problem solving, and creative thinking
  • Developed and implemented curriculum for three and four year old children to help them grow cognitively, emotionally, and physically.
  • Worked with the extended care program, organizing arts, crafts, and activities for kindergarten and 4 year old children.
  • Instruct 3 year old children activities designed to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for primary school.
  • Plan and implement lessons to meet the needs of 3 to 5 year old children In all areas of development.
  • Work as a team with co-teachers, using High Scope Curriculum, to scaffold children's learning with novel experiences.
  • Plan, prepare and teach lessons and activities that introduce Language Arts and Math concepts for four year old children.
  • Collaborated with my co-teacher to develop and implement Creative Curriculum lessons and units for three and four year old children.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources for 4-year old children to explore and use in learning and imaginative play.
  • Prepared and organized lessons and activities to prepare four and five year old children for entering the public school system.
  • Prepared lesson plans and worked closely with three-year-old children alongside an awesome team of hard working professional preschool teachers.
  • Work with two and three year old children to plan, direct, and oversee activities and learning experiences.
  • Worked with three and four year old children, Followed curriculum and had a great relationship with the families.

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6. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Organized Curriculum and class activities.
  • Mentored TA's on Montessori Philosophy by coordinating activities for them to guide class activities based on child needs.
  • Created and wrote monthly newsletter for parents to keep them updated on class activities and their child's progress.
  • Coordinated and taught preschool class activities; prepared lunch; cleaned/sanitized class and lab area; coordinated parent/child updates.
  • Prepared lesson plans, craft projects, and class activities for children ages infant to 12 years of age.
  • Created, planned, and carried out Creative Play class activities for children ages three to five years of age
  • Teach preschoolers as well as prepare lesson plans, class activities, and special events the preschool holds.
  • Attend to the children's basic needs, prepare material ad classrooms for class activities and learning time
  • Prepared materials and classrooms for class activities and also taught proper eating habits and personal hygiene.
  • Type up and email forms describing class activities and experiences during the day to parents.
  • Prepared material and classrooms for class activities, such as curriculum for each week.
  • Prepare lessons, classroom and materials for class activities and demonstrated activities to children.
  • Planned, organized, taught and supervised class activities including class field trips.
  • Implemented lesson plans and wrote reports for teacher about class activities.
  • Plan and schedule class activities, outings, meals, etc.
  • Work with the other preschool teacher to plan combined class activities.
  • Incorporated music, dance and singing in class activities.
  • Initiated and organized class activities and lesson plans.
  • Develop curriculum, lesson plans and class activities.
  • Plan class activities, crafts and worksheets.

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7. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Create curriculum and art projects for daily activities; facilitate interaction between parents and children;supervise children during outdoor education activities
  • Assist in learning activities-Assist in hygiene-Assist in positive behavior-Assist in art projects
  • Planned weekly art projects, musical exercises and creativity-building activities.
  • Devised various learning activities, including art projects/appreciation.
  • Generated weekly unique art projects that promoted creativity.
  • Assisted with class assignments, art projects, class play, outdoor adventures, and everyday happenings in a young class.
  • Implemented a daily lesson plan and schedule for the children to include reading and writing, coupled with creating art projects.
  • Planned art projects, prepared snacks, assisted the lead teacher manage and organize the classroom for up to 12 children.
  • Provide direct, 1 on 1 instruction, creative center activities, art projects, and music and movement activities.
  • Supervised preschool children and their activities to include reading stories, assisting with art projects, games and computer programs.
  • Provide for adequate planning for child's age appropriate and interesting activities, games, art projects and academic lessons.
  • Created lesson plans based on monthly themes, created art projects, lead circle time (stories and songs).
  • Collaborated with colleagues on developing new classroom projects and monthly themes, by creating school wide collaborative art projects.
  • Designed and taught a variety of age appropriate Art projects to instill creativity and use of fine motor skills.
  • Plan creative activities such as outdoor activities, games, art projects, music and movements, and science.
  • Assisted in all aspects of the classroom including teaching curriculum, learning activities, art projects, and setup/cleanup.
  • Provided homework help, oversaw activities such as art projects and group games, and supervised field trips.
  • Developed lesson plans, art projects, behavior management programs, led teaching activities, completed parent reports.
  • Utilized daily art projects and manipulative to strengthen motor skills and knowledge in a fun and effective way.
  • Create art projects and find ways to incorporate the lesson plans that was best received by the children.

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8. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Assist in preparing a safe environment and encourage children to become involved in a variety of developmentally appropriate activities.
  • Facilitated learning, supplying a developmentally appropriate and safe environment, communicated with parents regarding child's progress.
  • Implement curriculum Schedule field trips Prepare children for kindergarten Maintain a healthy and safe environment
  • Planned developmentally appropriate activities and created developmentally appropriate and safe environment in playroom.
  • Maintain safe environment that promotes healthy interaction between children while promoting learning.
  • Provide a safe environment for children*Maintain classroom ratio*Implement curriculum*Maintain classroom cleanliness
  • Provided safe environment which enhanced children's development.
  • Maintained safe environment and facility.
  • Establish and enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining structure and a safe environment for classes up to 15 children.
  • Ensured equipment and the facility was clean and above standards, as well as maintained a safe environment at all times.
  • Maintained a clean and safe environment, effectively communicated with parents, read to children and provided a short lesson plan/activities.
  • Provided a safe environment, encouraged learning, organized lesson plans, and created a structured environment for children to learn.
  • Supervised nine children on a day-to-day basis, providing all their needs in a loving, caring, and safe environment.
  • Maintained a warm and safe environment that was orderly and clean allowing the child to both grow and explore their surroundings.
  • Provided a safe environment that encouraged exploration to meet the emotional, intellectual, physical and social needs of children.
  • Assisted the lead teacher in implementing all lesson plans and creating a safe environment for the children to learn in.
  • Helped write and file reports, clean and organize the classroom, and maintain a safe environment throughout the day.
  • Provided a safe environment with a variety of materials to optimize learning and play for young preschool age children.
  • Created lesson plans, taught social skills through song and rhyme, and provided a safe environment during recess.
  • Provided a safe environment for the children; monitored classroom activities, playground activities, meal and rest time.

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9. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Developed appropriate curriculum that focused on promoting gross motor, sensory, cognitive, mathematical and social development.
  • Maintained daily classroom schedule while cultivating social development, self-discovery learning, and a positive learning environment.
  • Created stimulating activities and generated a balanced curriculum that encouraged physical, mental, and social development.
  • Specialized in infant and child cognitive and social development, curriculum design, and therapeutic interventions.
  • Focused on all major developmental areas: physical cognitive emotional and social development.
  • Develop and implement activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Organized Parent-Teacher conference Observe and evaluate children's performance and social development.
  • Evaluated students' social development and physical well-being and completed behavior reports.
  • Helped autistic students mainstream and meet both educational and social developmental goals.
  • Organized and lead activities designed to promote physical and social development.
  • Designed lesson plans and activities to improve academic and social development.
  • Encouraged appropriate behavior, guided social development and physical health.
  • Supported student instruction and social development in a nurturing environment.
  • Facilitate and encourage physical, emotional, and social development.
  • Promoted physical and social development through interactive play.
  • Instructed students in educational and social development.
  • Provided a positive environment for social development.
  • Facilitated social development through positive reinforcement.
  • Promoted and enhanced social development.
  • Created curriculum and lesson plans to encourage social development, letter & number recognition, and fine & gross motor skills.

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10. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors as well as efficiently documenting behavior and accident reports.
  • Track and document children weekly development; communicate children daily activities to caregiver; conducted quarterly conferences with caregivers.
  • Planned daily activities jointly with other teachers to reflect curriculum areas, individualized instruction, and component integration.
  • Provide safe, responsive, stimulating environment by actively engaging oneself in daily activities and routines.
  • Provided support to classwork teacher by prepared and organized materials for lessons and assisted with daily activities
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate daily activities in literacy, language, and math activities.
  • Planned and engaged students in daily activities to foster emotional, intellectual and physical development.
  • Planned daily activities Screened selected students for enrollment Conducted interviews screening of all potential employees
  • Motivate and intellectually stimulate children with engaging daily activities to promote early childhood development.
  • Documented daily activities and communicated regularly with parents about daily care and behaviors.
  • Designed and created daily activities make an innovative and exploratory learning environment.
  • Communicate with parents regarding their children's daily activities and developmental milestones.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination in children's daily activities.
  • Collaborate with co-teacher to implement curriculum and complete daily activities
  • Planned and implemented daily activities for after-school program.
  • Compile curriculum and ensure daily activities are completed.
  • Performed documentation of children's daily activities.
  • Organized and supervised all daily activities.
  • Communicate daily activities with parents.
  • Maintained daily activities with young children

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11. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated interactive discussions and hands on approaches to help students learn and apply concepts in science, mathematics and English subjects.
  • Create and implement lessons on various educational subjects, including but not limited to, mathematics, writing, science.
  • Instructed students in the subjects of literacy, mathematics, arts and crafts, and musical development.
  • Designed hands on learning centers for social studies, language arts, science, and mathematics.
  • Planned and implements daily activities that engage children in literacy, language, and early mathematics.
  • Directed learning and applied concepts in subjects such as language, science, mathematics and English.
  • Maintained daily classroom schedules, including learning colors, mathematics, the alphabet, and shapes.
  • Encouraged active learning through art, language, mathematics, healthy living, and play.
  • Experienced with Responsive Classroom, Growing with Mathematics, and Handwriting Without Tears Programs.
  • Executed daily operations of numbers, letters, reading, and mathematics.
  • Introduced the basics of writing, mathematics, and reading.
  • Provided Mathematics tutoring to grade 5 students.
  • Participated in Erikson Institute, Early Mathematics Education Project.
  • Bring order to the chaotic world of 20 four-year-olds, introduce them to the fascinating world of literacy and mathematics.
  • Established policies; set up bookkeeping/operations as a licensed Daycare center (KS) Taught reading and mathematics readiness.
  • Assisted with academic studies in reading, writing and mathematics Taught personal hygiene and independent living skills.
  • Tutored students in the areas of mathematics and english Contract / Temp positions held in daycare and child education environments
  • Educate students in foundational basics of reading and mathematics as well as proper manners and values (i.e.

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12. Imaginative Play

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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Provide materials and resources for exploration, manipulate and use during learning activities and imaginative play-time.
  • Planned and implemented imaginative play and other learning activities.
  • Provide a variety of materials for children to explore'manipulate and use both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Provided materials and resources for children to explore and use both as learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Enhanced motor skills of preschool children through imaginative play, practical art lessons, and dramatic plays.
  • Provide materials for kids to explore, manipulate and use, for both learning and imaginative play.
  • Created a variety of resources and materials for child exploration in both learning imaginative play.
  • Provided resources for children to explore and manipulate in learning and imaginative play.
  • Manipulate and use both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
  • Engaged children in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Provide a variety of materials and recourses for children to manipulate for both learning and imaginative play.
  • Provided childcare Created and implemented age appropriate lesson plans Encouraged growth and development through imaginative playtime

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13. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Developed lesson plans, coordinated educational/ recreational activities, supervised children in playground areas and oversaw individual personal hygiene.
  • Provided children with education and recreational activities conducive to their academic and developmental growth.
  • Developed age-appropriate curriculum and recreational activities to generate routine and order in classroom.
  • Supervised recreational activities and field trips to ensure safety and promote experiential learning.
  • Created and supervised indoor and outdoor physical fitness and recreational activities.
  • Planned and supervised both indoor and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Conducted different recreational activities like drawing and coloring.
  • Participate in recreational activities with students.
  • Organize and lead developmentally-appropriate recreational activities.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities.
  • Coordinated quarterly parent-child recreational activities.
  • Organized recreational activities for youth.
  • Organized social and recreational activities.
  • Developed and conducted recreational activities as well as acted as a mentor for school aged children during the summer camp program.
  • Adhered to daily schedule, Provided recreational activities, Maintained a clean environment for children, Experienced using age appropriate discipline
  • Supervised 25 children through daily activities including lessons, manipulative centers, lunch, nap, and recreational activities.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities, such as indoor and outdoor games and field trip to local attractions.
  • Implement Terrific Two's learning, music, and recreational activities COMPUTER Publisher, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Arranged indoor and outdoor space to facilitate creative play, motor-skill activities, games, recreational activities and safety.
  • Provide and encouraging environment in which children explore and learn through curriculum, organized play, and recreational activities

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14. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Led group activities supporting a variety of learning styles/provided appropriate skill development to typically developing students & students with special needs.
  • Collaborated with United Cerebral Palsy and Capital Area Intermediate Unit therapists to provide center-based therapy services to children with special needs.
  • Collaborated with special education teachers to implement Individualized Education Plans for children with identified special needs.
  • Designed new program and implemented individual education programs for preschoolers with special needs.
  • Provided additional assistance and specialized teaching techniques to students with special needs.
  • Developed detailed age appropriate program for integrated preschool and special needs children.
  • Provide individualized instruction that includes accommodations for those students with special needs.
  • Devised and implemented individual programs specifically for students with special needs.
  • Delivered individualized programming and differentiated instruction for children with special needs.
  • Worked with special needs children and successfully acquired paraprofessionals for them.
  • Coordinate instruction aligned with the Carolina Curriculum to special needs children.
  • Implemented a differentiated curriculum for both special needs and typical students.
  • Introduced a special needs curriculum by using sensory stimulation.
  • Specialized training in behavior management and Special needs.
  • Accommodated special needs students by modifying curriculum activities.
  • Supervised and educated children including special needs children.
  • Aided special needs children in everyday situations
  • Coordinate with Kindergarten teachers and paraprofessionals to develop appropriate services for the Kindergarten children with special needs and service them daily.
  • Liaised with school Social Workers regarding attendance/family/abuse issues, as well as the Special Needs Director concerning speech and academic testing.
  • Work with children at-risk, including those identified as special needs and conduct parent/teacher conferences to track student progress and growth.

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15. Letter Recognition

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Here's how Letter Recognition is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Provided individual instruction of letter recognition and word identification to enhance reading-readiness skills.
  • Teach basic skills such as small motor skills, letter recognition, number recognition, writing name, social-emotional growth.
  • Helped them to learn letter recognition, and easily helped children to learn numbers, science and nature with interest.
  • Assist teacher as she teaches basic skills; letter recognition, shapes, numbers and colors.
  • Worked on letter recognition as well as shapes, colors, and numbers with them.
  • Created curriculum including number and letter recognition, math, science, art, etc.
  • Teach skills such as counting, identifying shapes, letter recognition, and resolving conflicts.
  • Teach the students basic academic skills, including letter recognition, phonics and phonemic awareness.
  • Introduced letter recognition, beginning writing skills, and age appropriate math problem.
  • Implemented Hand Writing without Tears program to strengthen letter recognition and writing skills.
  • Worked with children on color, shape, number and letter recognition.
  • Enhance knowledge of student letter recognition, numbers, science and nature.
  • Worked on basic math skills, writing, and number/ letter recognition.
  • Promote early reading, and letter recognition skill building.
  • Teach letter recognition and letter sounds.
  • Promote literacy and early education Taught children basic skills such as reading, writing, number and letter recognition.
  • Teach basic skills such as colors, shapes, number and letter recognition, and early prewriting skills.
  • Introduced role play and funs activities to improve letter recognition & social skills.
  • Letter recognition,colors shapes.

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16. Personal Care

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Here's how Personal Care is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Serve meals, direct play groups, and provide direct personal care to children ages 2 to 5.
  • Assist children with feeding, toileting, and personal care as appropriate.
  • Document personal care procedures, maintain parent rapport, supervise children.
  • Perform a variety of classroom support and personal care services.
  • Assisted with personal care skills with children ages 3-5 years.
  • Provided personal care and established relationships with the children.
  • Assisted students with personal care needs.
  • Supervised and developed classroom schedule Responsible for the safety, personal care, and discipline of students
  • Assist teachers in classroom with day to day activities Assist children with personal care
  • Maintained responsiblity in personal care of the children and respecting their diversity.
  • time Preschool teacher 3 yr. olds, preparing children to advance to the PK class rooms CNA/Personal Care Worker InnovAge Home Care

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17. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated effectively with staff members and parents through implementation of monthly lesson plans, newsletters, and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Worked collaboratively with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following state approved curricula.
  • Managed accurate recording of incoming and outgoing calls to ensure accurate dissemination of information to staff members.
  • Supervised 6 staff members and managed daily operations, curriculum, assessment and fostered positive parent relations.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to facilitate a positive and fun environment for creative learning opportunities.
  • Collaborated with staff members in creating developmental lesson plans.
  • Conferred with other staff members to implement lesson plans with concrete and measurable objectives, following curriculum guidelines and state standards.
  • Worked cooperatively with other staff members to provide an education for young learners that enabled them to excel in all areas.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula by the Ohio Department of
  • Provide assistance to other staff members when needed (including occasionally helping customers at front desk or on phone).
  • Maintain effective communication with families and staff members* Ensure safety, display compassion, and enthusiasm to children and parents.
  • Coordinated weekly meetings with other teachers & staff members to discuss ways to improve teaching routines & safety issues.
  • Provide care and enrichment to young children while also attending to the needs of families and other staff members.
  • Followed up with parents and other staff members to discuss student development, progress, and areas of concerns.
  • Watched for signs of emotional or developmental issues in children to bring to the attention of licensed staff members.
  • Established and maintained rapport with all staff members, parents, guardians and children at Primrose School of Cornelius.
  • Evaluated and documented development of children and maintained consistent communication with parents, staff, and other staff members.
  • Work with other staff members in a positive and respectful manner to ensure coordination of all classrooms and programming.
  • Conferred with staff members to implement programs designed to promote educational, physical and social development of students.
  • Conferred with other staff members to plan and schedule lesson that promote learning and to adapt teaching methods.

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18. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Established a safe play environment and redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Supervised students during outdoor activities and ensured a safe play environment.
  • Create and implement developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addresses all learning styles, while establishing a safe play environment for the children.
  • Maintained a safe play environment for the children, dressed children and change diapers; observed and monitored play activities.
  • Prepare various activities and games for the students and ensuring a safe play environment for the children to engage in.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method, Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children Helped children reach milestones in the area of self-care.
  • Established a safe play environment and noted any illness or injury.
  • Maintain a safe play environment for children infant to three years.
  • Ensured fun and safe play environment for all children.
  • Uphold a safe play environment.
  • Established a safe play environment.
  • Perform a variety of tasks, such as dressing, feeding, bathing, and overseeing play.Maintain a safe play environment.
  • Action Day Primary Plus - San Jose, CA Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Completed Semi-Annual Child Development Evaluations Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Utilize Adlerian Child Care principles Establishes a safe play environment for the children.
  • Maintain a safe play environment.Observe and monitor children's play activities.Sanitize toys and play equipment.Keep records on individual children,

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19. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained CPR/First Aid Certified throughout Monitored each student's educational progress with individualized charts and files.
  • Maintained completed yearly certification in CPR and children's medical/first-aid during employment.
  • Completed CPR/First Aid training in preparation for emergency situations.
  • Received certified CPR training and attended workshops on children's health and safety issues, child welfare, and lesson planning.
  • Attended teacher training workshops including Adult, Child and Infant CPR course, Montessori Essentials, Family and Parent Communications,
  • Coordinated and recorded all first aid certificates and requirements to ensure that all employees are up to date with CPR.
  • Acquired a CPR and First Aid certification, and took 12 hours of childhood education related classes per year.
  • Cared for infant up until toddler age * Applied the Five S's theory for infant development * CPR certified
  • Prepared lesson plans Performed conferences with parents Managed a large group of preschoolers Experienced in customer service CPR certified
  • Maintained required coursework in early childhood development and certifications in CPR, First Aid and child abuse training.
  • Completed training in Child & Sexual Abuse, Communicable Disease, First Aid, and Children's CPR.
  • Certified training in First Aid, CPR, AED, HIV/blood borne pathogens, and proper food handling
  • Certified in safety and first aid programs, including CPR, advanced lifesaving and crisis management.
  • Required to train for CPR, First Aid, emergency medication, and special needs trained.
  • Attended CPR, First Aid, behavioral intervention, special needs, and classroom development/management in-services.
  • Received CPR and First Aid certification along with food handlers and three Child Development classes.
  • Work with parents, computer program for grading, First Aid, CPR Certified.
  • Provide childcare for children ages 6 mo.- 5 years Clean facilities Serve meals CPR training
  • Ensured that the academy adheres to all DHEC and state regulations and CPR certified.
  • Attained First Aid and CPR certification to ensure childhood safety during emergency procedures.

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20. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented whole class, small groups and one-on one instruction developmentally-appropriate practice.
  • Formed small groups of kids or worked one-on-one with particular students during educational instruction.
  • Used higher-ordered thinking questions and differentiated instruction for small groups weekly.
  • Enforce developmentally appropriate curriculum for individual children and small groups.
  • Provide instruction that allows for both teacher and child-directed activities, and is play-based, utilizing both large and small groups.
  • Teach individual and small groups of students ages 3 - 5 years within a classroom setting using the TEACCH method.
  • Cared for children ages 3-5 years and instructed children in small groups involving storytelling, directing games and activities.
  • Facilitated circle time, small groups, fine motor play, meal time, nap time, outside play.
  • Prepared lesson plans and assessments Communicated with Parents on a daily basis Worked with small groups of children doing activities
  • Assisted children, individually and in small groups, in learning and development activities such as speaking and reading.
  • Worked with small groups of children to ensure that student s goals were being met through planned activities.
  • Prepared daily activities that included crafts, circle time, small groups, large groups, and dancing.
  • Have a strong desire to work with children Skills Used Building relationships with small groups of children.
  • Worked with children in small groups and one on one depending on the needs of the child.
  • Facilitated daily activities including circle time, tiered small groups, choice time, and gross motor.
  • Assist teachers in daily learning activities, lead small groups, prepare nutrition plans correlating with current lessons
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, and read books to entire classes or small groups.
  • Developed innovative curriculum to instruct individual students, small groups, and classes of 15+ students.
  • Plan and prepare a variety of camp activities appropriate for ages assigned in individual small groups.
  • Created weekly computer lesson plans, taught beginning computer skills to students in small groups.

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21. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in daily activity such as: feeding, changing, child reports, playing, nap time, potty training.
  • Teach basic independent skills such as, potty training, meal time feedings, and dressing, social emotion skills.
  • Assisted parents in the process of teaching colors, alphabets, numbers, potty training, and also table manners.
  • Created and taught beginning preschool curriculum and provided potty training for a group of 7 toddlers in a single-teacher classroom.
  • Plan and implement curriculum appropriate to children *Participate in family style eating *Assist children with potty training and nap time
  • Host a Potty Training Camp in the classroom and Educate parents on how to start the potty training process.
  • Supported and reinforced children's independence and social skills, as well as hygiene, and potty training.
  • Worked with children ages 1-6 years of age, providing potty training, education, supervision and care.
  • Helped children with daily activities and helped them with mastering self-help skills, such as potty training.
  • Assisted and supervised free-choice, snack time, clerical duties, potty training, and nap schedules.
  • Supported children in all areas of personal development such as potty training and other daily living skills.
  • Prepare lesson plans and implement Keeping a calm and nurturing environment Potty training and correct diapering practices.
  • Prepared meals for children, assisted with potty training, and taught reading and art classes.
  • Make sure the kids are taken care of from feeding to changing pampers, potty training.
  • Work on potty training, manners, and every day interactions with the two/three year-old class.
  • Guided children through daily tasks (breakfast, lunch, hygiene, and potty training).
  • Assisted families in the best techniques of completing potty training as we as in the classroom.
  • Assist with lunch and snack time duties, naps, diaper changing and potty training.
  • Helped keep ratios down, helped with the twos potty training as well as activities.
  • Help and encourage potty training along with learning the importance of fighting germs and cleanliness.

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22. Basic Needs

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Here's how Basic Needs is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Attend to children's basic needs as well as establishing and enforcing rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining order.
  • Tended to the children's basic needs throughout the day, to include feeding, dressing, and changing them.
  • Evaluated the performance of each child, Established and enforced behavioral rules and attended to the children's basic needs.
  • Attend to children's basic needs, Teach basic skills such as letters, numbers, colors and shapes.
  • Developed lesson plans* Organize and lead activities* Maintained classroom* Attend to children's basic needs* Supervised children at all times
  • Attended to children's basic needs by feeding them snack, dressing them, and attending bathroom time.
  • Attend to children's basic needs* Daily Reports* Supervision Logs* Teach Basic Skills* Observe and Evaluate Children* Lesson Plans
  • Attend to the children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and changing diapers/pull ups.
  • Attended to children's basic needs by assisting with feeding, dressing, and toiletry needs as necessary.
  • Develop and implement activities daily to meet the basic needs of the whole child academically and physically.
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and changing their diapers.
  • Attended to children's basic needs: feeding, changing, play, attention, and comfort.
  • Catered to the basic needs of the children such as guiding them with feeding and lavatory needs.
  • Attended to children's basic needs; ensure that they are safe, fed and clean.
  • Attend to children's basic needs like feeding them hand wash, and diaper change.
  • Provided basic needs and lesson assistance for preschool to early elementary age children at daycare
  • Care of basic needs included diaper changing, dressing, feeding, and washing.
  • Maintain a safe and controlled environment and meet the basic needs of the students.
  • Provided basic needs by feeding, dressing, and changing diapers as needed.
  • Attend to children's basic needs and helping them develop their self-help skills.

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23. Pre-K

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Here's how Pre-K is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Created monthly lesson plans for Pre-K4-Supervised and performed the basic recreational activities-Provided assistance to the parents request for information
  • Maintained complete responsibility for the organization, teaching, and projects of a self-contained Pre-Kindergarten classroom.
  • Develop and implement teaching plans to coordinate student daily activities in a Pre-Kindergarten setting.
  • Lead Pre-K and assistant Advanced Kindergarten Teacher, and Pre-K/Preschool/Advanced Kindergarten curriculum director
  • Managed Volunteer Pre-Kindergarten classroom, lesson planning and coordinated all activities.
  • Developed and implemented educational curricula for Pre-K aged children.
  • Developed age appropriate curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten aged children.
  • Implemented the Investigator Club Pre-Kindergarten Curriculum.
  • Implemented the Everyday Mathematics for Pre-Kindergarten.
  • Lead teacher in a Pre-Kindergarten classroom
  • Planned the Pre-K graduation performance and Christmas play through the use of power point, costumes, songs and a poem.
  • Cared for Pre-K age children, supervising play and other duties ensuring the safety and well-being of children at all times.
  • Teach the fundamentals and basic learning skills to students that range from toddler age to Pre-K in preparation for Kindergarten.
  • Worked Independently to assess the developmental level and learning style of each student to create a well rounded Pre-Kindergarten program.
  • Lead teacher for Pre-K class; write lesson plans; create centers to help student development; communicate with parents;
  • Experience working in the Infant, Toddler, Early Preschool, Preschool, Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten and School Age classrooms.
  • Prepared age appropriate curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten class of 12 Students, responsible for teaching in a structured classroom setting.
  • Worked with parents to ensure students were prepared to enter the Voluntary Pre-Kindergarten (VPK) program.
  • Delivered childcare for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and Pre-K which included basic care and teaching.
  • Opened Pre-K classroom for school and assisted director in creating curriculum necessary to teach Pre-K aged students.

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24. Physical Health

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Here's how Physical Health is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated learning and child development for a prestigious private school committed to pursuit of academics, character, and physical health.
  • Conversed with parents' on the child's specific needs, along with the child's mental and physical health.
  • Program promotes kindergarten readiness with focus on Physical Health and Development, Language and Literacy, Cognition and General knowledge.
  • Observed and evaluated children's performance, develop 5 skills of development, and physical health.
  • Interfaced with parents related to children's emotional and physical health issues.
  • Evaluated child's educational performance, behavior, and physical health.
  • Maintained safety of children and promoted psychosocial and physical health.

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25. Positive Reinforcement Method

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Here's how Positive Reinforcement Method is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Encouraged good behaviors using positive reinforcement method and assisted the manager with bilingual translation and billing.
  • Integrated positive reinforcement methods to redirect detrimental behaviors.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method, and language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Appropriate curriculum for a group of 24 toddlers Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method/Boys and Girls town.
  • Engaged with young children and encouraged favorable behavior using positive reinforcement methods.

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26. Social Needs

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Here's how Social Needs is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and executed lesson plans to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students ages three and four.
  • Implemented activities that met the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs of the preschool aged children in the classroom
  • Developed and implement weekly curriculum specific lesson plans that meet the physical, emotional, educational and social needs of children.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate activities and assessments to meet the physical, academic, emotional and social needs of students.
  • Planned activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs for children learning in a bi-lingual environment.
  • Plan different activities that meet fine and gross motor skills, social needs, emotional and physical needs for the children.
  • Maintained a safe, positive environment that met the physical, cognitive, emotional, and social needs of the children.
  • Provide a program to teach young children that is developmentally appropriate meeting their physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs.
  • Developed program plans that met the emotional, physical, intellectual and social needs of both the individual and the group.
  • Developed and implemented preschool program that included activities to meet physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of children.
  • Planned and implemented activities which met the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the children ages 3-5.
  • Supported Lead Teacher to meet the physical, emotional, educational and social needs of children in mixed-age preschool classroom.
  • Plan and implement educational programs for young children to meet their physical, emotional, intellectual, and social needs.
  • Designed lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students.
  • Planned and implemented thematic preschool curriculum, adapting lessons to meet the academic and social needs of children.
  • Developed interesting course plans to meet academic, intellectual and social needs of students ages 4-5 years old.
  • Plan and implement programs that meet the physical, emotional educational and social needs of children.
  • Planned and implemented activities geared at developing the emotional, intellectual and social needs of children.
  • Designed and developed programs to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of students.
  • Developed appropriate lesson plans to meet the academic, intellectual, and social needs of children.

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27. Assistant Teacher

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Here's how Assistant Teacher is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborate weekly with Psychologist, Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist, Social Worker and Assistant Teacher to discuss student/family progress.
  • Coordinated between the supporting staff and assistant teachers and conduct weekly discussions for further improvisation and present evaluation.
  • Worked as an assistant teacher, participated in educational seminars on early education and development.
  • Work collaboratively with an assistant teacher to promote atmosphere of learning and development.
  • Supervised assistant teachers in specific duties to ensure enriching, educational environment.
  • Counseled and disciplined my assistant teachers when necessary.
  • Coordinated supervised work assignments for two assistant teachers.
  • Managed two assistant teachers and delegated responsibilities.
  • Managed assistant teachers including scheduling and training.
  • Trained and supervised assistant teachers.
  • Supervised and directed assistant teacher.
  • Supervised and managed assistant teachers.
  • Lead teacher responsible for 24 children between the ages of 4-5 years old, with the help of an assistant teacher.
  • Promoted from Assistant Teacher to Teacher due to attention to detail in lesson plans as well as leadership with other employees.
  • Work as a team with other assistant teachers to complete various tasks for inside and outside of the classroom.
  • Acted as assistant teacher for the 3-year old class and daycare as well as the kindergarten class and daycare.
  • Published a monthly newsletter for parents, prepared payroll for assistant teachers and scheduled special activities for the students.
  • Worked as an assistant teacher for ages 2 months to 4 years which required team work and adaptability.
  • Lead and assistant teacher for preschool classrooms; lesson plans; progress reports; parental feedback; team teaching
  • Conducted parent- teacher conferences, completed progress reports and student comments, and delegated tasks to assistant teacher.

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28. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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Here's how Parent-Teacher Conferences is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Create lesson plans aligned with curriculum-Teach through play-Supervise-Counsel-Conduct Parent-Teacher conferences
  • Developed outstanding partnerships with parents, coworkers, and supervisors through collaboration, providing verbal/written reports, and coordinating parent-teacher conferences.
  • Planned and implemented weekly lesson plans-Provided a safe and nurturing environment-Planned field trips during the summer-Participated in parent-teacher conferences
  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences which included providing detailed reports, updates regarding their child's progress and development.
  • Maintain ongoing parental contact through parent-teacher conferences, personal telephone conversations as well as monthly classroom newsletters.
  • Maintained daily communication with parents utilizing written progress reports, verbal updates, and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Maintained ongoing communication with parents, teachers, and management staff, including scheduling parent-teacher conferences.
  • Supervised co-workers, parent-teacher conferences, child evaluations and providing a safe and loving environment.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences, school fundraisers and overall supervision of Preschool Teacher's Assistant.
  • Maintained individual student portfolios, recorded observations about student learning and progress and parent-teacher conferences.
  • Organized parent-teacher conferences *Attended staff development workshops to gain further knowledge in preschool practices.
  • Completed developmental and injury reports as necessary as well as conducting parent-teacher conferences.
  • Collaborated with co-teacher to produce monthly newsletter and participated in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Recorded student progress and reported results to parents at semi-annual parent-teacher conferences.
  • Assist with parent-teacher conferences to review quarterly educational assessments to show progression.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences, in-service activities, and school sponsored events.
  • Assisted in the preparation of reports and documentation for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Communicated with parents through daily correspondences and organized quarterly parent-teacher conferences.
  • Conducted parent-teacher conferences and maintained regular communication with parents and families.
  • Promoted positive school-home relationships through home visits and parent-teacher conferences.

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29. Naeyc

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Ensured that the preschool program completed NAEYC re-accreditation by gathering evidence and adjusting classroom environment and procedures.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate lesson in alignment with NAEYC standards for preschool.
  • Prepared and maintained center-wide classroom portfolios and program portfolios for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Maintained detailed NAEYC structured records of student emotional and motor development.
  • Developed and implemented theme based curriculum in accordance with NAEYC guidelines.
  • Produced an effective NAEYC portfolio to ensure center accreditation.
  • Implemented opportunities for NAEYC approved curriculum.
  • Developed program portfolio for NAEYC accreditation.
  • Worked extensively to receive NAEYC accreditation.
  • Maintained up-to-date NAEYC approved student portfolios.
  • Complete a classroom portfolio for NAEYC accreditation
  • Created curriculum following NAEYC guidelines.
  • Trained to meet the standards of excellence set by the National Association for the education of Young Children (NAEYC).
  • Provided a learning experience to young children ages 0-5 using NAEYC accredited curriculum by planning, preparing and delivering instructional activities.
  • Implemented and followed company regulations, Department of Welfare Regulations, and NAEYC guidelines in all daily activities and lesson plans.
  • Ensured implementation of the agency (NAEYC) mission, program goals and objectives within the classroom and the center.
  • Executed a culturally diverse curriculum that focused on NAEYC standards and used appropriate assessment tools to evaluate learners' progress.
  • Executed an assessment of children and their development along with enforcing age appropriate activities under NAEYCE and ADHS guidelines.
  • Observed, documented, and maintained a classroom and individual portfolio for each child as required by NAEYC.
  • Prepare the preschool class portfolio for National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) accreditation.

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30. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Planned, developed, and institute educational activities that promote quality teaching in according to Florida Sunshine Standards.
  • Worked with other teachers to ensure prevention of harmful environments and encouragement of educational activities.
  • Planned and conducted age appropriate educational activities that balanced instruction, demonstration and work time.
  • Provided opportunities for children to interact with senior citizens in mutually beneficial and educational activities.
  • Work collaboratively with three-year-old teachers in order to implement educational activities throughout the day.
  • Created fun and interactive educational activities to enhance their cognitive and behavioral development.
  • Plan and execute educational activities/experiences for children based on individualized learning styles.
  • Implemented lesson plans for educational activities and arranged play and learning materials.
  • Conducted engaging educational activities that aided students in learning basic principles.
  • Planned and executed all educational activities required throughout the day.
  • Conducted educational activities all geared towards preparing children for kindergarten.
  • Managed early childhood educational activities and classroom of preschool students.
  • Plan and implement daily educational activities aligned to content standards.
  • Planned and implemented intriguing and educational activities for preschool-aged children.
  • Organized engaging and educational activities accessible to all age ranges.
  • Supervised 10 children and prepared recreational and educational activities.
  • Designed and implemented educational activities and planned holiday events.
  • Created daily stimulating and educational activities for students.
  • Engage children in age appropriate planned educational activities.
  • Organized and participated in recreational and educational activities.

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31. Intellectual Growth

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Here's how Intellectual Growth is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Organized and implemented activity programs promoting social, physical, and intellectual growth while ensuring welfare of children
  • Emphasized social, physical and intellectual growth that is needed for advancement into primary education.
  • Instruct students using developmentally appropriate practices to insure social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Created educational curriculum to encourage intellectual growth.
  • Assessed each child to conclude child s abilities, to create unique lesson plans to assist with intellectual growth and development.
  • Instruct children in activities designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth in preparation into primary school from Head start.
  • Worked with children from infants through 5 years to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for primary school.
  • Instruct children between the ages of 2 and 5 in activities designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Collaborate with parents and staff in an effort to promote social, physical and intellectual growth needed for primary school.
  • Instructed children from birth to 5 years old in activities designed to promoted there social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Develop, plan, and implement daily activities that promote social, physical, and intellectual growth through creative play.
  • Organize and provide for the emotional, physical, and intellectual growth of children following lesson plans with flexibility.
  • Planned and implemented daily program to promote the social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth of the children.
  • Design activities to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth- Able to clearly and effectively communicate lesson plans
  • Cared for and attended to infant and toddler's physical, emotional, social, and intellectual growth.
  • Instruct preschoolers in activities designated to promote social, physical, and intellectual growth needed for primary school.
  • Instruct the children in their daily activities, encouraging them and promoting social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum and activities to promote the social, physical, intellectual growth of the students.
  • Organize activities for children designed to stimulate children's emotional, physical, social, and intellectual growth.
  • Organize activities that help promote each child's social, emotional, physical, and intellectual growth.

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32. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained and updated classroom bulletin boards and assisted the teacher in overall classroom environment maintenance.
  • Develop colorful and useful bulletin boards.
  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards, and setting up work areas that are developmentally appropriate.
  • Updated bulletin boards monthly, and followed all rules set by the Department of Human Resources and Heritage Christian School.
  • Bulletin boards must have current children work changed every two weeks with explanation of the skills being worked on.
  • Planned, taught, and implemented daily/weekly curriculum, bulletin boards, as well as art and science activities.
  • Collaborated with the Lead Teacher on developing bulletin boards, classroom activities and projects based upon monthly themes.
  • Make classrooms as physically appealing and spiritually challenging as possible by using posters, bulletin boards, etc.
  • Decorate the classroom and bulletin boards appropriately, in cooperation with others that share the classroom 6.
  • Create a functional and attractive environment for learning through displays, bulletin boards and other interest centers.
  • Build bulletin boards for each month *Work with running daycare while Director and Assistant director were out.
  • Constructed bulletin boards to showcase children's work and wrote weekly reports to parents regarding classroom activities.
  • Arrange room and play material to accommodate the daily schedule and set up displays and bulletin boards.
  • Bulletin boards, fun learning games, and love and attention to each one of my students.
  • Create artistic bulletin boards, room design, event posters, advertising fliers, and parent newsletters.
  • Put up bulletin boards monthly and decorate the doors depending on the holiday or season.
  • Prepared lesson plans, planned monthly bulletin boards, and planned activities and play time.
  • Designed lessons and bulletin boards for elementary school children aged one to three years old.
  • Prepared and arranged per-class material and update the classroom bulletin boards with children s artwork.
  • Created decor for bulletin boards, walls, and windows to increase classroom learning.

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33. AGE Groups

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Here's how AGE Groups is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and taught challenging and developmentally appropriate curriculum based on varying age groups.
  • Create and follow a strict/structured curriculum specifically designed for various age groups.
  • Instruct appropriate age groups utilizing prescribed educational focused curriculum.
  • Gained experience in all other age groups by helping out when needed including: infants, toddlers and school aged children.
  • Educate children of different age groups while working with a lead teacher to ensure the safety of all the children.
  • Maintain control of, account for, and care for children within the multiple age groups throughout the preschool.
  • Create and implement summer camp programs for children ranging in age groups from 2.5 to 12 years.
  • Have worked with all age groups, Baby to 6th grade, during extended care and summer.
  • Helped coordinate different classes in all age groups of the school from ages 6 months-5 years old.
  • Experience in teaching different age groups which requires different methodologies of teaching as per age group.
  • Collaborated with co-teachers designing lesson plans fit for specific age groups and developmental learning stages.
  • Planned and prepare daily and weekly lesson plans for children of different age groups.
  • Work as an assistant preschool teacher substitute with various age groups from 2-5 years.
  • Created lesson plans geared toward specific age groups to enhance learning and social skills.
  • Started as a substitute, working with all age groups for 1 year.
  • Work with other teachers in developing their lessons for their various age groups.
  • Managed new classrooms and different age groups when lead teachers are not present.
  • Created weekly schedule for children and curriculum activities for appropriate age groups.
  • Maintained a classroom for various age groups with varying schedules and activities.
  • Spring is worth going various age groups infants, toddlers and preschoolers.

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34. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Completed LAUSD referrals for students needing additional support, particularly in language development and participated in IEP meetings when applicable.
  • Delivered individualized programming and differentiated instruction for children with an IEP and hearing and sight limitations and language barriers.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles and incorporated Individual Education Programs (IEP).
  • Developed individual educational plans (IEP) designed to promote educational and social development.
  • Developed and implemented student IEP goals related to auditory, academic and advocacy skills.
  • Attended parent-teacher conferences, faculty meetings, IEP meetings and professional development seminars.
  • Demonstrated strong skills in accommodating each student's individual learning style including implementation of IEP's for children with special needs.
  • Created diverse Individualized Education Plans (IEP's) catering to each student's needs and implemented them using specialized instruction.
  • Assess each child's developmental needs and prepare (IEP) Individual Education Plan to include parent visits and continued follow-up.
  • Provided vision, hearing and health screens, developmental screens, and advocated for parents during IEP and 504 meetings.
  • Collect data following ABA guidelines for direct and later analysis including data for each student's IEP using IEP Direct.
  • Collaborated with the preschool case manager, speech therapist, and students' families to establish and implement IEP goals.
  • Participated as a member of the IEP team and referred children to Early Intervention and the school system as needed.
  • Attended Kindergarten Round Robins, routine annual IEP meetings, kindergarten transition meetings, and performed home/ other school visits.
  • Guided six instructional assistants in Maintenance of IEP, behavior plans, and discreet trial teaching for children with autism.
  • Write and implement IEP's based on each child's levels of performance, behaviorally, emotionally, and academically.
  • Evaluate Individualized Goals and Objectives in the IEP quarterly to identify progress and areas that need to be addressed.
  • Created and implemented individual work sessions for each student based on their IEP and scores on the ABLLS assessment.
  • Observed, assessed and evaluated students and documented results for meetings regarding special needs and IEP identification and referrals.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary teams to ensure student Individualized Service Plans (IEP) goals and objectives were being met.

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35. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Recommended modifications in courses and instructional materials based on student evaluations and parent feedback.
  • Developed materials and visuals for bulletin board displays, instructional materials and interest centers.
  • Develop instructional materials and modify teaching methods or materials to accommodate student needs.
  • Prepared and distributed instructional materials and learning packets according to teacher direction.
  • Created instructional materials and procedures consisted with individual learning needs and behaviors.
  • Conceptualized and implemented effective lesson plans and instructional materials.
  • Used instructional materials and technique to facilitate meaningful learning.
  • Develop and use appropriate instructional materials.
  • Prepared instructional materials and classroom projects.
  • Prepared instructional materials for daily lessons.
  • Performed research for instructional materials.
  • Develop lesson plans and instructional materials and provide individualized and small group instruction to meet the needs of each student.
  • Create and direct the classroom curriculum and all related instructional materials and ensure it meets each child's individual needs.
  • Adapted teaching methods and instructional materials to meet children s varying needs, interests, and development levels.
  • Assist in quality of classroom teaching, lesson plans and instructional materials used in teaching various subjects.
  • Provide age appropriate instructional materials and resources that allow for learning, play, and exploration.
  • Used circle time and centers according to lesson plans and various instructional materials used.
  • Prepared instructional materials and classroom displays for the students and new instructors to use.
  • Implemented programs and instructional materials under the guidance of the lead instructor.
  • Prepared, created, and/or adapted instructional materials as directed by teacher.

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36. Open Communication

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Here's how Open Communication is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Conducted parent/teacher conference on a regular basis to foster open communication with parents regarding their children's progress.
  • Introduced private Facebook page for preschool families to encourage open communication and enhance parental understanding of student learning.
  • Demonstrated ability to maintain open communication with parents and positive working relationships with coworkers.
  • Established and maintain effective relationships and open communication with parents, paraprofessionals and children.
  • Maintain open communication with families regarding child cognitive and social-emotional growth and development.
  • Developed and maintained positive relationships and open communication with children and families.
  • Maintain an open communication with parents by scheduling and conducting parent/teacher conferences.
  • Maintain ongoing, open communication with parents/ caregivers and encourage parent participation.
  • Open communication with parents and administrative regarding student's behavior and well-being.
  • Developed partnerships with parents to ensure open communication and student development.
  • Maintained open communication with parents through daily interactions and weekly newsletters.
  • Developed open communication with parents and Encouraged involvement in the classroom
  • Create open communication with families and provide excellent customer service.
  • Developed and maintained an open communication systems with parents.
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents kept accident reports.
  • Prepared weekly newsletters to encourage open communication with parents.
  • Maintained ongoing, open communication with parents/ caregivers.
  • Develop relationships with the parents through open communication.
  • Maintained open communication with parents concerning their children.
  • Initiated and maintained open communication with parents.

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37. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted lead instructor in planning and implementing developmentally appropriate activities for toddlers and preschoolers in a culturally diverse classroom setting.
  • Promoted a positive classroom setting for children by utilizing education and play activities to increase fine motor and socialization skills
  • Provide developmentally appropriate activities for infant/toddler and preschool aged children in a classroom setting.
  • Supervised and biannually evaluated up to 5 educational assistant staff in classroom settings.
  • Maintained a classroom setting and followed a curriculum guideline.
  • Focused on culturally diversified experiences in classroom settings.
  • Developed and used problem-based learning in classroom settings.
  • Maintain preschool environment classroom setting.
  • Conduct small and group activities in a classroom setting with activities based on addressing social, emotional and cognitive development.
  • Evaluated children's skills and concepts and helped maintain compliance in the classroom setting according to school and NAEYC-accreditation guidelines.
  • Decorate themed bulletin boards and create a warm, safe, secure, welcoming, fun and educational classroom setting.
  • Helped children develop social interaction and creative thinking skills, and function as part of group in classroom setting.
  • Care for up to 14 children in a classroom setting and keep constant account of all in my care.
  • Generated annual and transfer IEP's with goals/objectives that will be implemented within the classroom setting throughout the year.
  • Planned and implemented age-appropriate activities that encouraged curiosity and use of the five senses in an open classroom setting.
  • Maintained a neat and orderly classroom setting with a positive learning atmosphere for classes of 12 children each.
  • Work with preschool age children in a head-start classroom setting for an overall goal of kindergarten readiness.
  • Care for children in a classroom setting, create lesson plans, co-teach, maintain children's safety
  • Guided the learning of children ages 3-5 using the High Scope curriculum in an inclusive classroom setting.
  • Obtain Material to teach toddlers, keeping a classroom setting agenda, logging all accident/illnesses for class.

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38. Developmental Problems

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Here's how Developmental Problems is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Observe children for developmental milestones and potential signs of emotional or developmental problems to ensure early detection and intervention.
  • Support children's emotional or developmental problems, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.
  • Managed behavioral issues and conflict resolutions; aided with emotional and developmental problems.
  • Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Identify signs of emotional or developmental problems in children.
  • Identified emotional and developmental problems and reported to parents.
  • Identified warning signs of emotional or developmental problems.
  • Discussed emotional or developmental problems with parents.
  • Collaborate with other teachers and administration to assess children to determine progress, potential developmental problems, and to adjust program.
  • Identified and addressed signs of emotional behavioral and developmental problems along with learning issues in children and reported to parents.
  • Identify signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring them to parents' or guardians' attention.
  • Watch for signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring any problems to the attention of parents.
  • Assisted children showing signs of emotional or developmental problems by discussing their behavior with their supervisor and parents.
  • Identified signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and reported to parents.
  • Observe children to identify signs of illness or emotional or developmental problems.
  • Identified signs of developmental problems and brought them to parents' attention.
  • Identified early signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and brought them to the parents' attention.

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39. ABC

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Here's how ABC is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated ABC program/Outlined Arkansas Better Chance Grant* Instructed preschool class* Developed Individualized Education Plans
  • Planned and instructed a monthly thematic unit that meet the diverse needs of all my students while also following ABC guidelines.
  • Worked with children on their ABC's, 123's, different Art Projects, and Physical Education activities.
  • Assisted the community of ABCD through home visits to connect and assist low income families with needs and resources.
  • Created and organized ABC required classroom centers that followed monthly theme units and engaged critical thinking skills.
  • Teach ABCs, math, reading, social and emotional skills, science, and dramatic play.
  • Conduct morning learning circle and review ABC's, Colors, Weather, etc.
  • Helped students with handwriting and ABC's.
  • Care for 14 children teaching them 1,2,3s and ABCs as well as teaching them about the Bible.
  • Teach 3-year-olds (ABCs, 123s, expressions, basic math skills, writing, etc.)
  • Assist the children to learn their ABC's, 123's, colors and shapes.
  • Help children learn basic skills (ABCs, counting, colors, etc.)
  • Teach basics such as: ABCs, colors, number, shapes, etc.
  • Provide basic education (ABC's, numbers, colors, etc.)
  • Assisted with basic color recognition, artwork, ABC's & 123's.
  • Helped teach them how to count and say their ABC's.
  • Teach the 2 and 3-year-old's their ABC's and numbers.
  • Watch over 20+ kids and teach them ABCs etc
  • Teach them the ABCs and 123s.
  • Challenged gifted students using enrichment and extension activities such A-Z Reading Books, exploration centers, and ABCMouse.com.

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40. Positive Relationships

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Here's how Positive Relationships is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Created and maintained collaborative and effective positive relationships with parents to foster optimal student growth.
  • Established positive relationships and communicated effectively with children, staff, administration, and parents.
  • Worked collaboratively to maintain positive relationships with parents, children, and coworkers.
  • Develop positive relationships with families and maintained communication through oral and written formats.
  • Develop daily lesson plans * Promote social competence positive relationships with others Experience
  • Ensured development of positive relationships with children to promote self-esteem and self-discipline.
  • Established positive relationships and communicated regularly with parents/guardians of children in classroom.
  • Developed and maintained positive relationships with parents, caregivers and social workers.
  • Maintained positive relationships and good communication with both students and parents.
  • Develop and maintain positive relationships with parents and other family members.
  • Established positive relationships with parents, fellow teachers and preschool administrators.
  • Developed positive relationships with supervisors, co-workers, and parents/guardians.
  • Maintained open, positive relationships with classroom parents and administration.
  • Communicate and build positive relationships between students and families.
  • Establish positive relationships with families and ensure program quality.
  • Preserved kind and positive relationships between children.
  • Established and maintained positive relationships with parents.
  • Fostered positive relationships with children and families.
  • Developed positive relationships with parents.
  • Created positive relationships with families.

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41. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Answered incoming phone calls delivering outstanding service while answering question and directing callers.
  • Perform general administrative tasks such as take attendance; edit internal paper work, food program, and making phone calls.
  • Communicate regularly with parents outside normal classroom day by means of newsletters, notes, phone calls, conferences, etc.
  • Tend to daily care of children, maintain accurate records, answer phone calls, customer service, and professionalism.
  • Handled all aspects of registration of students, individual student files, returned all phone calls, questions about programs.
  • Initiated both formal and informal communication with parents in the form of newsletters, e-mails, and phone calls.
  • Ensured constant and clear communication with parents in person, via newsletters, and phone calls when needed.
  • Communicated with parents through a weekly schedule/news letter, class website updated daily, and telephone calls.
  • Answered phone calls during the day for parent calls as well as calls from the District Office.
  • Come up with lesson plans, do paperwork, customer service, answer phone calls, Etc.
  • Fill out required paperwork and handle phone calls related to the business, offered office support.
  • Answered phone calls, cooked meals, helped supervised children with activities inside and outside play.
  • Front Office; helped parents check in and out, administrated payments and answering phone calls.
  • Greet children and parents as they walk in, answer and make phone calls to parents.
  • Handle phone calls about tuition and set up appointments for a tour of the daycare.
  • Communicate effectively with parents on a daily basis, in person and through telephone calls.
  • Supported administration to handle phone calls, potential clients, and reception area at times.
  • Establish and maintain good communication with parents through conferences, telephone calls and emails.
  • Conducted daily meetings, conferences, and phone calls with parents and guardians.
  • Have conferences via phone calls, emails and face to face with parents.

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42. Emotional Development

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Here's how Emotional Development is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated with parents and Director regarding growth and progress of children; including recommendation for promotion of social/emotional development.
  • Organize and facilitate activities designed to promote physical, academic, and social emotional development.
  • Created child-centered curriculum critical for cognitive, social, and emotional development of children.
  • Create a positive and safe learning environment that encourages cooperative learning and social-emotional development.
  • Observed and assessed cognitive, social-emotional development of individual child's emergent skills.
  • Facilitated preschooler's optimal physical, cognitive, social and emotional development.
  • Created a nurturing classroom environment to advance social and emotional development.
  • Observed and evaluated children's educational, social and emotional development.
  • Created a classroom environment that fosters social and emotional development.
  • Guide child-centered activities to foster cognitive and social-emotional development.
  • Support social and emotional development by providing positive guidance.
  • Support social and emotional development in children.
  • Assist in the social-emotional development of preschoolers
  • Job requirements include creating lesson plans that enhance social and emotional development, creating monthly newsletters and interacting with parents.
  • Uphold classroom vigorous environment conducive to learning and suitable to the physical, social, and emotional development of students.
  • Observe and summarize a child's progress in areas such as social emotional development, literacy, and motor development.
  • Schedule conferences with parents to discuss their child's strengths, goals, and overall academic & social- emotional development.
  • Meet the physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development of each child by observing interests and needs.
  • Helped guide children inside and outside the classroom with necessary tools to help in social and emotional development.
  • Trained to advance the physical and intellectual competence of each child while supporting their social and emotional development.

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43. Clear Objectives

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Here's how Clear Objectives is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared materials and set up classrooms for activities, establishing and communicating to children clear objectives for all lessons and projects.
  • Establish and communicate clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects to students, parents, or guardians.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to children.
  • Established clear objectives for all lessons/projects; adapted teaching and instructional materials as per students' varying needs.
  • Establish clear objectives for all lessons and projects as well as communicate objectives to the children.
  • Establish clear objectives for lesson plans and communicated these objectives to the students.
  • Assist lead teacher in devising clear objectives for weekly Creative Curriculum lesson plans.
  • Develop schemes of work and lesson plans Establish and communicate clear objectives for all learning activities.
  • Establish clear objectives to meet students varying needs and interest.

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44. Nutritious Snacks

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Here's how Nutritious Snacks is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Created lesson plans for young children within the preschool program Taught class in all subject matter Provide nutritious snacks and lunches.
  • Provide nutritious snacks and lunches, adequate equipment and activities, and developed activities that introduced math and literacy concepts.
  • Provided nutritious snacks and lunches, provide various experiences and activities for children including songs, games and storytelling.
  • Provide nutritious snacks and lunches, adequate equipment and activities, maintain cleanliness and safety at all times.
  • Develop a program for young children within the preschool, provide nutritious snacks and lunches.
  • Provided nutritious snacks and lunches, talk with parents about behavioral ups and downs.
  • Implement daily menu for serving the children various nutritious snacks with proper documentations.
  • Provide nutritious snacks and lunches Provide adequate equipment and activities.
  • Provided nutritious snacks and lunches and attended weekly staff meetings.
  • Assist in preparing and serving nutritious snacks/meals where applicable.
  • Prepared and served nutritious snacks throughout the day.
  • Prepared nutritious snacks and assisted with lunchtime.
  • Provided nutritious snacks for the children.
  • Serve nutritious snacks and lunches.
  • Provided nutritious snacks and meals.
  • Provide nutritious snacks and lunches.
  • Created daily lesson plans for activities.Made nutritious snacks and meals for 45 children.
  • Prepare daily lesson plans Provide nutritious snacks and meals Supervise on field trips
  • Implemented lesson plans Engaged children in games and activities Prepped nutritious snacks

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45. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Provided comfortable and relaxed learning environment for preschool children and taught Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies.
  • Prepared and implemented weekly thematic lesson plan in Reading Readiness, Math Readiness, Science, and Social Studies.
  • Assisted in teaching preschool children every day basics; reading, writing, math, science and social studies.
  • Introduce children to reading, writing, science, creative art, social studies, and expand vocabulary.
  • Created thematic units and taught Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, Science and Art.
  • Focused on teaching Math, Science, Social Studies, and ELA through hands on experiences.
  • Plan and implement activities enhancing skills in reading, math, science, and social studies.
  • Designed and taught lessons in science, math, reading and social studies in preschool classrooms.
  • Conducted daily lesson plans in science, social studies, handwriting, reading and math.
  • Instructed children in language, math, social studies, and science.
  • Create lessons that range from art to social studies.
  • Provide lessons (writing, reading, math, social studies, science, etc.)
  • Developed and successfully implemented integrated math, science, literacy, social studies and arts constructivist curriculum.
  • Used centers for math, science, social studies and pre-reading to complement the child-based hands-on curriculum.
  • Planned and taught daily interactive math, reading, science, social studies and physical education lessons.
  • Planned and implemented social studies and science lessons for 3-5 year olds.
  • Head of the kindergarten preparation and social studies curriculum.
  • Designed and used "hands-on learning" centers for science, social studies, language development and health.

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46. Professional Meetings

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Here's how Professional Meetings is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Attend professional meetings, ongoing training, and teacher workshops.
  • Attend professional meetings, to maintain and improve professional competence.

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47. Educational Conferences

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Here's how Educational Conferences is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Attended educational conferences and training workshops for professional development.
  • Attended educational conferences on skill building.
  • Attended professional meeting, educational conferences and workshops to improve things in classroom.
  • Attended professional trainings, educational conferences, in order to maintained and improve professional compliance.
  • Pursued professional development continually by attending educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
  • Attended trainings and educational conferences to help improve teaching skills.

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48. Teacher Training Workshops

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Here's how Teacher Training Workshops is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Attended staff meetings and teacher training workshops in order to maintain and improve professional competence.
  • Attended professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops.
  • Attend teacher training workshops to maintain and improve professional growth.
  • Provided a positive, fun, and loving environment for the children through creative lesson planning Participated in various teacher training workshops
  • Attend professional meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops to maintain and improve professional competence.

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49. Nutritional Guidelines

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Here's how Nutritional Guidelines is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Purchased playground/classroom toys and groceries while adhering to safety and state nutritional guidelines.
  • Managed food inventory for 1-person center in accordance with nutritional guidelines.
  • Implement California state nutritional guidelines.
  • Served meals and snacks in accordance with nutritional guidelines such for children to eat food first and juice last.
  • Served meals and snacks in accordance with nutritional guidelines and planned field trips throughout the year.
  • Monitored meals in accordance with the nutritional guidelines, thought proper eating habits and personal hygiene.
  • Teach proper eating habits while serving meals and snack in accordance with nutritional guidelines.
  • Served meals and snacks in accordance with nutritional guidelines set by the FDA.
  • Serve meals and snacks in accordance with nutritional guidelines.
  • Serve meals and snacks according to nutritional guidelines.
  • Served lunch in accordance with nutritional guidelines.
  • Serve meals and snacks in accordance with nutritional guidelines.Demonstrate activities to children.

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50. Different Areas

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Here's how Different Areas is used in Preschool Teacher jobs:
  • Plan and carry out curriculum that targets different areas of developmental needs including small motor, large motor and social skills.
  • Plan out a curriculum that targets different areas of child development, such as language motor, and social skills.
  • Planned curriculum that targeted different areas of development, like language, motor, and social skills.
  • Supervised children as the play in different areas of the classroom as well as the playground.
  • Observed and documented the progress of 16 children in the different areas of learning.
  • Plan monthly curriculum in different areas such as language motor and social skills.
  • Help the lead teacher evaluate the children in the different areas and domains.
  • Provide differentiated instruction and one to one support in different areas.
  • Plan a curriculum that targets different areas of child development.
  • Center Plan and carry out curriculum that targets different areas of child development.
  • Teach various lessons in different areas Make art project with the children Supervise the children as needed

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20 Most Common Skill for a Preschool Teacher

Lesson Plans17.5%
Appropriate Curriculum16.4%
Classroom Management16.4%
Child Care13.3%
OLD Children5.7%
Class Activities4.2%
Art Projects3.3%
Safe Environment3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Preschool Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
15.2%
15.2%
2
2
Appropriate Curriculum
Appropriate Curriculum
14.3%
14.3%
3
3
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
14.2%
14.2%
4
4
Child Care
Child Care
11.6%
11.6%
5
5
OLD Children
OLD Children
5%
5%
6
6
Class Activities
Class Activities
3.6%
3.6%
7
7
Art Projects
Art Projects
2.9%
2.9%
8
8
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
2.6%
2.6%
9
9
Social Development
Social Development
2.4%
2.4%
10
10
Daily Activities
Daily Activities
2.1%
2.1%
11
11
Mathematics
Mathematics
2%
2%
12
12
Imaginative Play
Imaginative Play
1.6%
1.6%
13
13
Recreational Activities
Recreational Activities
1.5%
1.5%
14
14
Special Needs
Special Needs
1.5%
1.5%
15
15
Letter Recognition
Letter Recognition
1.3%
1.3%
16
16
Personal Care
Personal Care
1.2%
1.2%
17
17
Staff Members
Staff Members
1.2%
1.2%
18
18
Safe Play Environment
Safe Play Environment
1%
1%
19
19
CPR
CPR
1%
1%
20
20
Small Groups
Small Groups
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Potty Training
Potty Training
0.8%
0.8%
22
22
Basic Needs
Basic Needs
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Pre-K
Pre-K
0.7%
0.7%
24
24
Physical Health
Physical Health
0.7%
0.7%
25
25
Positive Reinforcement Method
Positive Reinforcement Method
0.6%
0.6%
26
26
Social Needs
Social Needs
0.6%
0.6%
27
27
Assistant Teacher
Assistant Teacher
0.5%
0.5%
28
28
Parent-Teacher Conferences
Parent-Teacher Conferences
0.5%
0.5%
29
29
Naeyc
Naeyc
0.5%
0.5%
30
30
Educational Activities
Educational Activities
0.5%
0.5%
31
31
Intellectual Growth
Intellectual Growth
0.5%
0.5%
32
32
Bulletin Boards
Bulletin Boards
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
AGE Groups
AGE Groups
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
IEP
IEP
0.4%
0.4%
35
35
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
0.4%
0.4%
36
36
Open Communication
Open Communication
0.4%
0.4%
37
37
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
Developmental Problems
Developmental Problems
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
ABC
ABC
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Positive Relationships
Positive Relationships
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Phone Calls
Phone Calls
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Emotional Development
Emotional Development
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Clear Objectives
Clear Objectives
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Nutritious Snacks
Nutritious Snacks
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Social Studies
Social Studies
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Professional Meetings
Professional Meetings
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Educational Conferences
Educational Conferences
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Teacher Training Workshops
Teacher Training Workshops
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Nutritional Guidelines
Nutritional Guidelines
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Different Areas
Different Areas
0.2%
0.2%

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