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Top 50 Toddler Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Toddler Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Toddler Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 33.9% of Toddler Teacher resumes contained Child Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Toddler Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for a Toddler Teacher:

1. Child Care

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Here's how Child Care is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Operate the classroom in compliance with all child care licensing standards, and Kinder Care Employee and Policy Handbooks.
  • Assisted other team members in the area of child care and supervision of the children which attended the facility.
  • Provided all day intensive child care to approximately 25 school age children ages 5 to 12 years old.
  • Maintained a safe and enjoyable environment not only for the child care participants but staff as well.
  • Assist in daily routines that are required by NAEYC to establish a five star child care organization.
  • Provided all child care needs which included feeding, reading, playing and caring for children.
  • Gained child care experience with children from infants to 5 years of age.
  • Teach the most basic social skills and provide comprehensive child care services.
  • Assist in the Child Care Center with meal plans and daily activities.
  • Assisted with daily routine of child care, activities and teaching.
  • Supervised toddlers in a child care center.
  • Help with basic child care needs.
  • Provided high quality child care for children aged 1-3 by maintaining a clean, safe, fun and nurturing learning environment.
  • Create and implement daily schedule of enriching and inclusive lesson planning for child care programs Ensure staff efficiency, i.e.
  • Conducted centerbased programs impacting the growth & development of children & youth through regularly scheduled child care.
  • Attended 45 hour child care certification, and continuing education at the Carino Early Childhood Training Center.
  • Provide quality pre-school child care and activities for children of different ages.
  • Provide child care for several families after school, and during school vacations Plan summer activities for students K-6th Organize field trips
  • Bus Driver Accomplishments Building strong relationships with the children and child care learning experiences.
  • Provide overall child care to 12 children .

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2. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Plan and implement developmentally appropriate weekly lesson plans.
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
  • Prepared lesson plans of daily activities such as circle time, outdoor play and crafts.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans that were in keeping with the schools core beliefs and curriculum.
  • Direct a small team of teacher assistants in classroom rules and lesson plans.
  • Prepared lesson plans and activities to comply with corporate and state requirements
  • Direct care of children, created lesson plans to stimulate development.
  • Integrate competencies, goals, and objectives into lesson plans.
  • Documented weekly, lesson plans and daily experience sheets.
  • Prepare creative and interactive daily lesson plans.
  • Plan fun and exciting weekly lesson plans.
  • Prepared weekly lesson plans and newsletter.
  • Developed daily and weekly lesson plans.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans.
  • Create Lesson Plans Daily Assessments (for parents on child's development)
  • Create lesson plans Communicate with families Keep portfolios updated
  • Differentiate instruction for grade levels during summer programs Communicate and connect with low-income families Plan and execute daily lesson plans for students
  • Prepare weekly lesson plans *Prepare daily meals for the children *Organize the classroom environment into appropriate learning areas
  • Created and Implemented developmentally appropriate individual and group lesson plans Implement daily schedule Used T.S.
  • Planned lesson plans for pre-school and kindergarteners Provided supervision for during after-school hours for school-age children Served meals Interacted with parents/guardians

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3. Appropriate Curriculum

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Here's how Appropriate Curriculum is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum which reflects observations and assessments of individual children and goals jointly developed with parents/guardians.
  • Created and implemented age appropriate curriculum for children that encouraged independence with self help skills and communication.
  • Designed and implemented developmentally appropriate curriculum through weekly lesson plans that included hands-on learning experiences.
  • Assisted in implementing a developmentally appropriate curriculum based on observations and assessments of individual children.
  • Educated typically developing peers (children without disabilities) utilizing an age-appropriate curriculum.
  • Assist in the design and implementation of a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Created age appropriate curriculum that was fun and educational Beautiful Beginnings.
  • Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Develop and implement age appropriate curriculum.
  • Provided a safe learning environment for children ages 4-12 and maintained order in the classroom -Presented appropriate curriculum to each age group
  • Planned and monitored age-appropriate curriculum for children ages 15 months to 24 months and for children ages 2-3 years.
  • Implemented an age appropriate curriculum that touched on all aspects of child development.
  • Plan appropriate curriculum to help children develop fine and gross motor skills.
  • Created Age appropriate curriculum's and implemented them daily.
  • Planned age appropriate curriculum with education in mind.
  • Instruct according to appropriate curriculum's.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.
  • Provide care for children ages 1-2 years old Plan and prepare age appropriate curriculum and play for toddlers
  • Escorted children on outings and trips to local parks and zoos.Created and implemented a developmentally appropriate curriculum.
  • Provide an age appropriate curriculum Maintain a safe and healthy environment for children Teaching children basic communication skills.

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4. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Followed provided curriculum and assisted teachers in classroom management and support.
  • Integrated classroom management strategies and implemented positive behavior plans.
  • Demonstrated effective teaching strategies and classroom management skills.
  • Supervised the assistant teacher in maintaining classroom management.
  • Maintain excellent classroom management skills.
  • Position Description - Responsible for the overall care of children, classroom management and implementation of daily curriculum in the classroom.
  • Planned and followed through with lesson plans for all occasions and learning situations, arranging and developing classroom management.
  • Job Description: Implementing lesson plans left by teacher, classroom management, and journal of events.
  • Assisted other teachers and staff when needed with classroom management, prep-time, and office duties.
  • Create lesson plans for weekly-based themes, classroom management for children ages 3-5 and ages 5-8.
  • Attended workshops on learning goals, classroom management, student motivation and engaging learning activities.
  • Attended Continuing Education Workshops for lesson planning, classroom management and healthy practices.
  • Assisted with classroom management and behavior management in a preschool classroom.
  • Assisted the lead preschool teacher in instruction and classroom management.
  • Use classroom management to ensure safety and health in children.
  • Trained new teachers on classroom management and center policy.
  • Maintain classroom management for all children.
  • Implemented lesson plans and classroom management.
  • Implemented 1-2-3 Magic to classroom for classroom management for the 2 - 5 year olds.
  • Planned curriculum * Taught toddlers basic skills * Developed and perfected classroom management skills

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5. Toddler

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Here's how Toddler is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Developed themed curriculum weekly for an inclusive classroom of eight toddlers ensuring a safe learning environment.
  • Entertain a group of toddlers on daily basis, imparting education and social skills in a friendly and engaging manner.
  • Prepared and maintained the curriculum for a classroom of 18 toddlers alongside 2 other teachers.
  • Communicate effectively with infants, toddlers, their parents, and other staff.
  • Provide quality, nurturing care to infants and toddlers enrolled in the program.
  • Provided high quality supervision, care and classroom environment for the toddler class.
  • Work closely with Head and Toddler teachers to manage and implement classroom activities.
  • Engaged toddlers in circle time daily (singing, dancing and reading)
  • Demonstrate skills to properly address developmental needs of infants and toddlers.
  • Lead teacher in daily activities with toddlers 22-36 months.
  • Educate toddlers with daily child development and phonics skills.
  • Dressed infants and toddlers and changed their diapers.
  • Worked as a lead teacher for toddler group.
  • Prepared monthly progress reports on toddlers.
  • Organized resources for the Toddler Program.
  • Lead teacher for the Toddler classroom.
  • Stayed flexible since hired as a floater/after-care teacher, then summer camp counselor for school agers before becoming the toddler teacher.
  • Provided a safe learning environment for infants and toddlers; Took care of all their basic needs.
  • Key Results: Planned and implemented learning experiences for toddlers.
  • Cared for infants and toddlers Collaborated with co-workers to plan and conduct classroom activities Communicated and shared information with parents and families

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6. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated openly with families about daily activities, behaviors and related issues.
  • Created lesson plans and daily activities for children ages 12 to 18 months Relayed progress to parents Helped students achieve overall advancement
  • Assist and guide children with curriculum, daily activities, selecting and arranging equipment and materials in the classroom.
  • Communicate with children's parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Collaborated with professional staff to create and execute weekly lesson plans and daily activities.
  • Supervised children ages 5-14 on field trips and daily activities during the summer.
  • Assist co-teachers in daily activities and procedures following state and corporate standards.
  • Provided feedback to parents on children's progress and daily activities.
  • Worked with 14 months old till 2 changed diapers and daily activities
  • Plan written lesson plans and conduct daily activities for children.
  • Produce daily logs to communicate child's daily activities.
  • Created daily activities and supervise the children.
  • Participate daily activities to stimulate the children.
  • Communicated openly with children\'s parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Provided daily activities for Toddlers Provided daily communication with Parents
  • Helped tiddlers with daily activities .
  • Initiated age appropriate daily activities *Provided active learning experiences *Encouraged positive parent teacher relationships
  • Scheduled daily activities Taught students different activities Supervised 20-30 students
  • worked with grades 1st and 2nd Responsible for running daily activities for the classroom.
  • Head of school-age classroom Organized lesson plans and daily activities Transported students to and from school on a bus Held parent/teacher conferences

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7. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Created a socially, emotionally, academically, and physically safe environment.
  • Provide engaging educational opportunities for students in a safe environment.
  • Provided an inclusive and safe environment that supported and enhanced the lives of children both with and without special needs.
  • Changed the way kids learn and behave and how they interact with other kids in a safe environment.
  • Greet every person that walks in the door to create a friendly but also safe environment.
  • Maintain clean and safe environment per Nevada licensing & safety regulations, and health department.
  • Plan written lesson plans and conduct daily activities for children in a safe environment.
  • Utilize skills and resources to help children learn and play in a safe environment.
  • Ensured a clean, safe environment in the classroom and on the outdoor playground.
  • Created and maintained a safe environment for toddlers to grow and explore in.
  • Maintained a stable and safe environment to students to learn and grow.
  • Work with children in creating a respectful, and safe environment.
  • Maintain a clean and safe environment for all children.
  • Keep a clean and safe environment for children.
  • Foster nurturing and safe environment for all children
  • Maintained an orderly and safe environment.
  • Provide meals and a safe environment
  • Provide a safe environment for children Organize outdoor physical activities, arts and crafts, and peer socialization.
  • Planned and implemented lesson plans Communicated with parents about child's progress Maintained a safe environment
  • Promoted learning in children, ages one and two Encouraged play in a safe environment Assessed child's development

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8. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare and implement co-teaching appropriate daily lesson plans Correct diapering practices and potty training Keeping a calm nurturing environment.
  • Direct care for children including, but not limited to, diapering, feeding, potty training, and teaching.
  • Worked with the students and parents specific needs in development starting from and not limited to potty training.
  • Utilized new strategies to increase performance within parental needs (pacifier weaning, potty training, etc.)
  • Provided care, snacks and lunch, behavior management and beginning potty training for children
  • Prepared plans and encouraged consistency with the parents in regard to potty training.
  • Worked together with parents to build consistency in potty training the children.
  • Reinforce social skills and motor skills, as well as potty training.
  • Worked on potty training, speaking, hand and mind coordination.
  • Assist with feeding, potty training, and short sentences.
  • Assisted children with self-help skills and potty training.
  • Teach them to get potty training.
  • Changed diapers and potty training.
  • Assisted in diapering and potty training
  • Assisted with feeding and potty training Build positive respectful and understanding communication with parents/ guardians of all backgrounds.
  • Prepare and instruct Lesson Plans Assist With Potty Training
  • Assist the Children with potty training.
  • Let's see... Potty training, manner sculpting, boo boo fixer and much more!
  • Plan weekly lessons / arts and crafts Assist in potty training Maintain a safe and clean environment
  • Performed classroom teaching duties Prepared curriculum Assisted in potty training toddlers Prepared lunches for children Cleaned and closed classroom

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9. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Engage in organized educational and recreational activities that enhances motor, cognitive, and physical development skills.
  • Create and implement daily academic and recreational activities for elementary school aged children in after-school daycare.
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Organized and participated in recreational activities and informed parents of child's development.
  • Developed weekly schedules, educational as well as recreational activities.
  • Implement lesson plans and supervise recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Planned, coordinated and conducted educational and recreational activities for a group of children enrolled in the school age program.
  • Promote learning and recreational activities and trips like visits to museums, movies, amusement parks, theater, etc.
  • Designed a program that was age appropriate for the children with a variation of educational and recreational activities.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities and outings, such as games and field trips.
  • Conducted educational and recreational activities for children enrolled in the school age and KinderCare program.
  • Planned and carry out a structured schedule which includes age appropriate recreational activities.
  • Let them to take part in different recreational activities according to their interests.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.
  • Organize and conduct recreational activities indoors and outdoors.
  • Provided school age curriculum everyday as well as recreational activities.
  • Designed and facilitated indoor and outdoor recreational activities Worked on enhancement of fine and gross motor skills, e.g.
  • Provided care for children 6 weeks - 4 years Organized & participated in recreational activities Supervised and directed assistant staff

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10. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Care and teach a classroom of 8 toddlers as well as helping plan lesson plans, arranging fun class activities.
  • Assisted Lead Toddler & Preschool Teachers with daily class activities.
  • Read books to entire classrooms for class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Worked with children ages 5 - 12 Drove a 15 passenger van Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.

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11. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by adapting communication tactics for differing client needs.
  • Conducted assessment that analyses physical, emotional, intellectual and social development of child.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development with one-on-one attention.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development.
  • Organize and lead activities such as games, music and storytelling designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Planned activities in order to help build student confidence and promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Provided the physical, emotional, mental, social development and growth of preschool children.
  • Conduct assessments to determine the physical, intellectual, and social development of each child.
  • Worked with children on art, outdoor activities, social development and language acquisition.
  • Organized and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development.
  • Observed and evaluated each child's performance, behavior, and social development.
  • Foster and facilitate the intellectual and social development of the children.
  • Support children's emotional and social development -Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans and activities to ensure growth.
  • Facilitated the psychosocial development in children.
  • Develop individual educational plans (IEPs) designed to promote students' educational, physical, or social development.
  • Provide a safe and loving environment for toddlers * Promote learning and encourage social development
  • Provided guidance on children's behavior and social development Keep records of children's growth, development and behavior Taught daily lessons
  • Support child's emotional and social development Create lesson plans Clerical work
  • Present * Support children's emotional and social development * Draft lesson plans * Observe and monitor children's play activities.

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12. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Created daily art projects following company curriculum.
  • Prepare snacks and art projects as well as implementing the prepared Lesson Plans assigned by the permanent teacher in each classroom.
  • Plan, implement and supervisor age appropriate art projects as well as physical indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Initiate classroom activities such as: sing-a-longs, art projects, sensory exploration and outdoor stimulation.
  • Assisted lead teacher with lesson plans, art projects, reading, and other activities.
  • Set up activities from art projects to games in and out of the building.
  • Organized and instructed students in art projects related to the Kinder Care curriculum.
  • Create art projects that encourage fine motor skills and unique textures for sensory.
  • Plan activities: art projects, themes, painting, coloring, etc.
  • Organize and implement lesson plans as well as art projects.
  • Lesson-planned art projects and group activities once a week.
  • Create art projects, and other various activities.
  • Completed colorful themed art projects with students.
  • Lead activities and art projects with children.
  • Plan and execute age appropriate art projects.
  • Assisted in art projects, preparing meals/snacks, and reading/ writing with students CPR/ First Aid trained
  • Expanded curriculum to include additional art projects, which nurtured children's creativity and expression.
  • plan activities for children, such as storytelling or art projects.
  • Created and implemented lesson plans Created art projects Conversed with parents regularly
  • Created and taught curriculum Supervised class during play activities Led music and art projects Potty trained

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13. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted special needs children * Completed daily reports and oversaw daily operations
  • Developed comprehensive lesson plans while considering students with special needs.
  • Supervised and planned crafts and activities to teach children, including some with special needs, in kindergarten through 5th grade.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Worked with children with special needs, including ADHD, ADD, and severe cognitive delay and hearing impairments.
  • Worked closely with Special Education staff to successfully integrate and educate special needs students in the regular education classroom.
  • Promote creativity, attend to special needs children, introduced animal care many troubled children and was quite successful.
  • Utilized inclusive methods to allow for a wide variety of individual needs, including children with special needs.
  • Assist teacher in the full implementation of IEP's and inclusion of children with disabilities and special needs.
  • Worked with special needs children, including those with learning disabilities, mental challenges and physical impairments.
  • Adapted to meet the needs of children with special needs in the classroom.
  • Cared for infants through middle school students, including some with special needs.
  • Provided support to therapists in meeting the goals of special needs children.
  • Focused on the special needs of certain children in the classroom.
  • Reported to director any observations of problems or special needs.
  • Assist children with and without special needs.
  • Volunteered to work with special needs children.
  • Liaised with school social workers regarding attendance/family issues, as well as the special needs director concerning speech and academic testing.
  • Integrate special needs children in a respectful manner.
  • Nannied for a number of special needs children, including those with learning disabilities, mental challenges and physical impairments.

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14. Safe Play Environment

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Here's how Safe Play Environment is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained a safe play environment by emphasizing and maintaining cleanliness and organization.
  • Maintain a safe play environment, while watching all children outside on the playground and inside the classroom.
  • Maintain a safe play environment while observing and monitoring children's play activities.
  • Sanitize toys and play equipment, maintain a safe play environment.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Maintain a safe play environment.
  • Created and implemented developmentally-appropriate curriculum that addressed all learning styles.Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Monitored students' educational progress with individual charts and files Established a safe play environment for the children.
  • Established a safe play environment for the children Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Dress children and change diapers Maintain a safe play environment.

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15. OLD Children

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Here's how OLD Children is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Planned, implemented and monitored activities for two-year-old children.
  • Teach and demonstrate social, organizational and communication skills developmentally appropriate for 18 to 24 month old children.
  • Worked with birth to 12 year old children in the day care program throughout the year.
  • Provided childcare for an average of 32 six weeks to 10 year old children per week.
  • Lead teacher in a classroom that focused on the development of one and two year old children
  • Provide growth quality cognitive development activities for 2 years and 3 years old children.
  • Interacted with two and three year old children in an active classroom setting.
  • Worked with infant to 12 year old children in a positive daycare setting.
  • Created curriculum for 18-36 month old children within warm and engaging environments.
  • Manage a classroom that consists of 10 1 to 2 year-old children.
  • Coordinated 12, one to three year old children.
  • Assisted 5-12 year old children with daily interactive activities.
  • Planned activities for the two year old children.
  • Cared for 8 two year-old children daily.
  • Worked with the 1yr old children
  • Administered the Battelle Developmental Inventory to 3 to 4 year old children referred for educational assessment through the Child Find system.
  • Initiated new toddler program Plan and implement classroom activities for 15-24 month-old children
  • Managed classroom consisting of eight to twelve one year-old children.
  • Assisted in caring for and teaching one year old children.
  • Implement daily classroom activities Supervise and teach children in a two year old classroom Pottytrain two year old children

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16. Imaginative Play

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Here's how Imaginative Play is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Promote positive experiences of individual self-expression in conversation, imaginative play and creativity.
  • Provided a variety of materials and resources for toddlers to explore in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Employed a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Created materials for babies to explore in learning activities and imaginative play.
  • Engaged children with learning activities and imaginative play Attended to children's basic needs.

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17. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain confidentiality about issues concerning other staff members, children and families or Bright Horizons management and operations.
  • Attend monthly meetings with directors and staff members discussing center issues including keeping center up to date and improving childcare quality
  • Confer with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning, following approved curricula.
  • Monitored staff members work and was responsible for the condition of each room being closed.
  • Promote and maintain an appropriate and professional rapport and working relationships with other staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.
  • Guide, coach, train and manage other staff members on proper work ethic.
  • Maintain open, trustworthy lines of communication with parents and fellow staff members.
  • Discussed the progress or problems of children with parents and other staff members.
  • Offered feedback to parents and fellow staff members regarding performance and behavior.
  • Supervised eleven staff members, hiring, payroll, and evaluations.
  • Assisted children with learning activities and supervised and trained staff members.
  • Communicated with all parents, guardians, and staff members.
  • Advised new staff members with certain duties of the building.
  • Trained other staff members to perform work activities.
  • Created monthly newsletters for staff members and parents.
  • Engage with the children and other staff members
  • Mentored and trained new staff members.
  • Communicated daily with parents and staff members to facilitate problem solving and to maintain clear channels of communication.
  • Managed school-age staff Created lesson plans Coordinated activities for children of multiple ages Interacted with students and parents Trained the staff members

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Here's how CPR is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Participate in staff meetings and other teacher development such as CPR and First Aid training and early childhood education seminars.
  • Practiced accreditation educational structure for the children, 25 hours of extensive training and CPR annually.
  • Lead Infant/Toddler Teacher certified, CPR and First aid certifications are up to date.
  • Trained in First Aid and CPR as well as completed a background check.
  • Received First Aid and CPR certifications, as well as monthly training.
  • Certified infant, child as well as adult CPR and First Aid.
  • Completed certification in First Aid/CPR, Child Abuse Awareness and Infectious Diseases.
  • Certified in First Aid and CPR through the American Red Cross.
  • Certified Assistant Swim Instructor, CPR and First Aid Certified
  • Perform first aid and CPR if needed.
  • Certified in CPR & First Aid
  • Trained in CPR, Child Abuse, and First Aid.
  • Attended required training (CPR, OSHA, etc).
  • Certified toddler teacher; CPR and First Aid certified Responsible for the care of nine toddlers daily.
  • Complete CPR/ First Aid trainings as well as med-certifications.
  • Certified in CPR, giving medication and epi-pen.
  • Received AHA Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED card; valid till 06/2017.
  • Create daily curriculum - CPR/First-Aid Certified - Supervise the well-being of children
  • Certificate: First Aid CPR HIPAA/OSHA
  • Learned to work in infants toddlers preschool and after school.. ive attended early childhood workshops, and cprand Pmt training.

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19. Personal Habits

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Here's how Personal Habits is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits, such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits; changed diapers and 'potty' trained.
  • Assisted children in health and personal habits such as eating, toilet training and napping.
  • Assisted in serving meals and personal habits such as going to the bathroom.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Instructed children in health and personal habits.

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Provided exceptional customer service to both internal and external customers.
  • Provide superior customer service according to company policy.
  • Provide customer services by answering basic questions regarding centers process; such as pickup and delivery times.
  • Provided excellent customer service to parents and co-workers by listening and responding to their concerns.
  • Help provide exceptional customer service with taking orders and delivering food.
  • Committed to proficient customer service while working in a team.
  • Provide a high level of customer service to all families.
  • Provide customer service to parents looking to enroll their children.
  • Handled customer service with parents.
  • Cared for children under the age of two * Customer service
  • Implemented Curriculum * Cared for children including creating a safe environment * Provided customer service by building and maintaining positive teacher-parent relationships
  • Received Famous For Service recognition for providing excellent customer service.
  • Maintained a daily student progression reports Customer Service/ Client retention Registered/Processed incoming students Accept and Process incoming Payments
  • Manage and execute field trips/ summer camp Develop lesson plans according to summer camp themes Provide customer service to Celebree parents
  • Labeled & Organized Storage Rooms and Offices Customer Service Experienced in Disinfect & Sanitation Procedures Assisted in Meal Preparation and Clean-Up

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  • Assisted with the personal care, hygiene, and positive discipline of the children.
  • Provided children with direct personal care and attention to encourage learning habits.
  • Assisted young children in task such as feeding and personal care.
  • Provided personal care for children ages six weeks through three years.

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22. Daily Observations

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  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and information about activities, meals served, and medications administered.
  • Experience creating lesson plans using Creative Curriculum and recording daily observations of children.
  • Keep records on individual children, including daily observations and activity information.
  • Completed daily observations on developmental growth.
  • Record daily observations of children's behavior and activities; monitor behavioral patterns and develop assessments and profiles.
  • Record daily observations of the child's development in portfolios.
  • Participated in the aid of adequate records and daily observations.
  • Recorded daily observations of children's behavior and activities.
  • Assess children through daily observations and Desired Results.
  • Assist with daily observations and child evaluations.
  • Communicated with parents on a daily basis 3. kept records of daily observations, activities, meals served, and medication administered
  • Provide care for low income children Plan and carry out daily lesson plans Daily observations and assessments
  • Write lesson plans Record daily observations Supervise up to 7 toddlers
  • Assist Lead Teacher with lesson plans Galileo Assessments Ages & Stages Daily observations Classroom management Current training to maintain Three Star rating

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23. ABC

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  • Teach children their ABCs, numbers, and songs, facilitate play between the children.
  • Help each toddler learn the simple ABC their colors and their own learning ways!
  • Weather and learning our ABCs also some Sign Language.
  • Teach toddlers ABC shapes colors potty training
  • Helped them learn shapes, colors, numbers, How to spell their name and also taught them their ABC's.
  • Teach Toddlers there ABC's as well as there 123's Assist into learning how to use there potty's.
  • Encouraged their learning by teaching them their ABC's, counting numbers, and the days of the week.
  • Teach toddlers their ABC's, colors, shapes, manners and how to play nicely.
  • Created games to help them learn their number, ABC's and more.
  • Teach them there ABC and numbers.
  • Teach children ABC's and numbers.
  • Planned activities for two year olds, Taught them their ABC's and helped potty trained them.
  • Watched over them and engaged them in playtime, teaching them abc's, and songs.
  • Change Diapers, Give Snacks, Learn ABC'S , Read Books, Paint, Color, Sing Along Songs,
  • Take care of children as well as teaching them ABC's, colors , and shapes.
  • Teach the toddlers the basics (ABC, 123, Ect) and potty train them.
  • Teach the children their abc's, counting, shapes, colors.
  • Teach ABC's, shapes, colors, motor skills, etc.
  • Teach them the abc's.
  • Established relationships with students and parents Lead Toddlers and two year olds in ABC Music and me

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24. AGE Groups

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  • Planned developmentally appropriate activities for specific age groups
  • Implement educational plans for other age groups ranging from 6 weeks to 12 years of age.
  • Planned curriculum for the different age groups and carried out activities in the classroom.
  • Float around to work with other age groups as well from infants to Kindergarten.
  • Provide supervision and guidance for an array of age groups from infants to 11yrs.
  • Make the learning environment appealing to the different age groups in my classroom.
  • Provide assistance and coverage for other classrooms and age groups as needed.
  • Provide and teach age appropriate lesson plans for different age groups.
  • Decorated rooms, substituted for various age groups when needed.
  • Provide flexibility of duties to complete demands of separate age groups
  • Lead teacher for different age groups within the childcare center.
  • Work effectively with varied age groups and their unique needs.
  • Gained plenty of experience working with multiple age groups.
  • Develop age appropriate lesson plans for all age groups.
  • Work with age groups from infants to 8 years of age.
  • provided a safe learning environment and various types of learning activities for proper age groups.
  • Planned and implemented daily lesson plans for various age groups Opened Center daily for operation
  • Prepared daily meals for children Prepared lesson plans for multiple age groups.
  • Planned and implemented successful activities for 2 age groups-4-6th graders and kindergarteners.
  • Prepare and execute curriculum for students Provide child care to children of various age groups Plan and coordinate activities and field trips

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25. Small Groups

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  • Provided individualized attention in small groups to enhance learning.
  • Assist children individually or in small groups in order to help those master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts presented.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes, numbers, and color recognition.
  • Work directly with children helping with homework by tutoring or working in small groups until they master the objective.
  • Read books to entire class or if an assistant is available, read in small groups.
  • Supervised and worked with small groups of students to accomplish daily objectives and learning goals
  • Utilized team teaching skills with counterpart and assistant when working in small groups.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Plan and teach music/movement activities to small groups of children daily.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning from different activates.
  • Teach individual students, small groups, or classes.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Help school ages with assignments individually or small groups.
  • Worked closely with small groups.
  • Read books to the entire class and in small groups.
  • Observe the children playing in small groups Read to children and introduce them to simple sight words.
  • Assisted students, individually or in small groups, with lesson assignments (e.g.
  • Read books to entire class or small groups Oversee three classrooms to make sure the spanish curriculum is correctly implemented.

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26. Developmental Problems

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  • Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Identified signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and brought them to parents' or guardians' attention.
  • Assisted children showing signs of emotional or developmental problems by discussing their behavior with their supervisor and parents.
  • Watch for emotional or developmental problems in children and bring the problem to the parents' attention.
  • Identify signs of emotional and developmental problems in children and report to parents.
  • Identified early warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.Addressed behavioral and learning issues with parents and daycare management staff.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development, and positive self-concepts identified signs of developmental problems in children
  • Carefullyidentified warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.Escorted children on outings and trips to local parks and zoos.

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27. Basic Needs

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  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and changing their diapers.
  • Attended to the basic needs of the children such as feeding, dressing and changing diapers.
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them, dressing them, and potting training.
  • Meet children's basic needs of feeding, changing, putting down for naps.
  • Take care of basic needs such as feeding, diapering, etc.
  • Attend to children's basic needs by feeding them.
  • Carried out duties relating to children's basic needs.
  • Provide for a child's basic needs.
  • Attend to the basic needs of children.
  • Take care of all basic needs.
  • Meet the basic needs of children
  • Planned developmentally appropriate activities; Helped take care of the basic needs of the one year olds; Interacted with parents
  • Planned classroom lessons projects and activities.Interacted with children attended to basic needs of children.

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28. Naeyc

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Here's how Naeyc is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed students individually and in groups using educational methods rooted in NAEYC's belief in developmentally appropriate practice.
  • Maintain a developmentally appropriate, emotionally nurturing, and aesthetically pleasing classroom in compliance with NAEYC accreditation criteria.
  • Adhered to NAEYC requirements while lesson planning and ensuring that the children had a safe, clean, fun-filled learning environment.
  • Ensured compliance with state child care licensing requirements, health and safety regulations, and NAEYC accreditation standards.
  • Participated in the preparations for the National Accreditation for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
  • Organize and lead activities designed to promote all areas of development in accordance with NAEYC standards.
  • Conducted assessments and evaluations of children under care for the NAEYC accreditation by observing and interacting.
  • Complied with NAC, NAEYC, Step It up To Quality and State regulations
  • Followed NAEYC's Code of Ethical Conduct and Statement of Commitment.
  • Follow NAEYC Standard Standards throughout the planning and supervision of the children
  • Traveled to Dallas Texas to attend the 2014 NAEYC Conference.
  • Used Creative Curriculum, NAEYC Standards, and Conscious Discipline.
  • Managed a Toddler classroom in an NAEYC certified classroom.
  • Update and organize NAEYC classroom binder.
  • Put together classroom portfolio for NAEYC.
  • Participated in Keystone Stars and NAEYC.
  • Use developmentally appropriate practices consistent with the expectations of NAEYC/NAA and designed to meet the children's assessed needs.
  • Evaluated classrooms based on (NAEYC) criteria for development of high-quality care environment.
  • Created a portfolio for the NAEYC accredation process.
  • Delivered progress updates to parents daily - Delegated work to aides - Supported NAEYC Certification at the center

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29. Educational Activities

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  • Developed daily indoor and outdoor educational activities in accordance with NAEYC standards and facility curriculum.
  • Organized daily educational activities while following DHS based curriculum.
  • Created and implemented educational activities to do daily.
  • Contributed monthly articles for the center newsletter on educational activities and new items of importance for the parents.
  • Planned and implemented fun and educational activities or the children in a safe and efficient working environment.
  • Follow daily class schedule including educational activities and tending to the needs of the children.
  • Planned educational activities based the center's curriculum with the classroom's instructional assistants.
  • Provide a variety of learning materials and resources for use in educational activities.
  • Prepare physical and educational activities for children ranging in age from 5-12.
  • Provide daily educational activities for children the combined learning with fun.
  • Arranged and took part in games and educational activities.
  • Assisted in the adjoining preschool, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten classrooms by creating and facilitating stimulating educational activities.
  • Supervised children in a before and after school care setting Supported director in administrating educational activities for the children to do.
  • created a daily lesson plan filled with both recreational, developmental, and educational activities.
  • Performed daily educational activities with school aged children Transported children to and from school Provided detailed feedback to parents
  • Develop & perform educational activities Supervise Children Write Observations
  • Manage the safety and welfare of students Provide well-constructed, educational activities for students Reason for leaving: Seasonal position
  • Find fun educational activities And also be able to communicate well with the parents with positivity and encouragement.
  • Monitored naptime, changed diapers, fed children meals, organized educational activities.
  • Lead educational activities Communicate well with a team Manage parent expectations Communicate effectively with a diverse group of customers

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30. Toilet Training

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Here's how Toilet Training is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Helped young children learn basic self-care habits such as washing, good eating habits, tidying up and toilet training.
  • Answer phones, file paper work, and Assist children with toilet training and dressing.
  • Teach children self help skills, including toilet training, dressing and meal times.
  • Assist parents with toilet training Maintain clean environment for the children throughout the center.
  • Changed diapers and assisted with toileting and toilet training for toddlers and infants.
  • Assist students with physical care, meals, and toilet training.
  • Assisted in toilet training and changed diapers.
  • Assist children with toilet training and dressing.
  • Changed diapers and helped toilet training.
  • Assisted with diapering and toilet training.
  • Assisted parents with toilet training.
  • Work on art, colors, shapes, and toilet training.
  • Attended continuing education seminars on age appropriate topics Guided toddlers through participation of Toilet Training Program
  • developed and taught age-appropriate curriculum planned hands-on activities assisted with toilet training taught healthy habits
  • Changed diapers and assisted with toileting and toilet training for toddlers and infants Done various other duties as assigned.
  • Assist in toilet training by providing techniques within the classroom and communicating helpful tips to the parents.
  • Provided daily care for two year olds, provided toilet training and school instruction.
  • managed classroom, helped with meals, toilet training, and daily activities.
  • Assisted with 'toilet training for each student.
  • Provided care to children ages 1 to 3 years old Created craft activities and arranged creative play Cleaning and Maintenance Toilet training

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31. Diaper Changes

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Here's how Diaper Changes is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Encouraged potty-training, especially during diaper changes.
  • Maintained daily records on children's individual activities, behaviors, meals, diaper changes, milestones, and naps.
  • Document daily diaper changes, write and implement weekly and monthly lesson plans monitor indoor and outdoor play.
  • Maintain a daily log of infant's attendance, health issues, diaper changes, and accidents.
  • Assisted teacher with diaper changes, feeding, cleaning, observing, preparing art or resources.
  • Assist in daily activities including fine and gross motor skills, diaper changes, weekly curriculum.
  • Document all diaper changes, meals, and nap times through individual 'Daily Sheets'.
  • Documented all children's activities, behavior, diaper changes, and meals.
  • Keep accurate records of diaper changes and accidents that happen during the day.
  • Assisted children in bathroom training, diaper changes and hygiene.
  • Assist students with toileting and diaper changes.
  • Assisted in diaper changes, hand Feeding.
  • Cared for six babies eight hours a day (feedings, diaper changes etc.)
  • manage day-to-day classroom activities (lessons, free play, bathroom breaks/diaper changes, lunch time and rest time)
  • Planned daily activities for children Recorded children's activities, meals, naps and diaper changes for parents
  • Monitored children on buggy rides/Outside playtimes, naps, meals, free play, and diaper changes.
  • Teach 1-2 year olds, diaper changes, communicate with parents

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32. Letter Recognition

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  • Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
  • Prepare lessons on word and letter recognition, counting, writing, and hygiene
  • Key Functions: Taught basics such as color, shape, number and letter recognition.

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33. Intellectual Growth

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Here's how Intellectual Growth is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Responsibilities-Planned and implemented activities promoting the social, physical, and intellectual growth of infants and toddlers.
  • Build self-esteem/foster independence/developing individual talents/attend to children's physical, emotional, social and intellectual growth.
  • Supported a safe and nurturing environment for positive social/emotional and intellectual growth.
  • Planned/implemented activities that promoted social and intellectual growth of students.
  • Accepted responsibility for the daily planning of toddler education by promoting the social, physical, and intellectual growth of toddlers.
  • Plan and implement activities designed to promote the social, physical and intellectual growth of the children under my care.
  • Guided and shaped the social, physical, and intellectual growth of infants and toddlers through organized activities.
  • Planned and implemented activities with co-teachers promoting the social, physical, and intellectual growth of toddlers.
  • Planned and implemented activities that promoted the social, physical, and intellectual growth of children.
  • Instructed children in activities designed to promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Planned activities that designed social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Prepared an age appropriate curriculum that fostered social, emotional and intellectual growth *Supervised children closely when in care

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34. Class Rooms

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  • Helped out in other class rooms when needed.
  • Trained the new staff in there class rooms.

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35. Positive Reinforcement Method

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  • Engaged with young children and encouraged favorable behavior using positive reinforcement methods.
  • Model and encouraged good behaviors using a positive reinforcement method.
  • Apply positive reinforcement methods to redirect negative behaviors.
  • Redirected poor behavior using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behaviors by using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.Administered medication and minor first aid to sick and injured students.
  • Honeycomb daycare and preschool - 700 Maris Stella st. Encouraged good behaviors using the positive reinforcement method.
  • Head Start - Cleburne, TX Promoted good behavior by using the positive reinforcement method.

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36. Open Communication

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  • Maintain ongoing, open communication with parents/ caregivers.
  • Maintained positive and open communication with parents/guardians.
  • Open communication with parent/ parent teacher conferences.
  • Maintained daily open communication with parents.
  • Work in a team environment and encourage open communication regarding concerns and issues with children, parents and co-workers.
  • Provide open communication with the parents with any questions or concerns they may have.
  • Build a rapport with the families, and maintain open communication throughout the year.
  • Earned an excellent track record for open communication skills with parents and teachers.
  • Maintained open communication with parents and staff to effectively run a classroom.
  • Maintained open communication with parents/guardians at drop-off and or pick-up times.
  • Maintained open communication with the children's family members.
  • Open communication with staff as well as parents.
  • Open communication with all staff and parents.
  • Keep good open communication with the parents.
  • Interacted with children ages one to two years Cared for individual's needs, open communication with parents and Directors.
  • Open communication with Parents at all times.
  • Assisted in group activities by developing appropriate behavior Meeting licensing regulations Maintained daily open communication with parents and staff
  • Teach children one to two years old -Develop lesson plans -Open communication with parents about child s needs and progress
  • Maintain open communication with parents Make and teach lesson plans Organize and lead activities
  • Implement and follow age appropriate lesson plan Interacting with children at all times Open communication with parents Provide daily sheets

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37. Parent-Teacher Conferences

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  • Created and implemented lesson plans for toddlers; completed child development portfolios; conducted parent-teacher conferences.
  • Planned and implemented with administration all required parent-teacher conferences and student evaluations.
  • Conducted bi-annual Parent-Teacher conferences to discuss goals as well as student achievements.
  • Assisted in preparing reports and paperwork for parent-teacher conferences.
  • Organized and participated in parent-teacher conferences.
  • Maintained regular and open conversation with parents through newsletters, email updates, parent-teacher conferences, and family engagement events.
  • Participate in parent-teacher conferences, order supplies, handle record-keeping, and maintain a healthy, clean and safe classroom.
  • Communicated on a daily basis with parents about their child's development and held parent-teacher conferences once a year.
  • Communicate daily with parents (clients) about their child and conduct parent-teacher conferences twice a year.
  • Participated in parent-teacher conferences when necessary, ordered supplies, and maintained a clean classroom.
  • Helped facilitate indoor and outdoor play, parent-teacher conferences, and keeping the classroom clean.
  • Report progress of children to parents through reports and parent-teacher conferences as needed.
  • Hold parent-teacher conferences discussing the growth and development of each child.
  • Coordinated parent-teacher conferences four times during the school year.
  • Worked in conjunction with a co-teacher and prepared written conference reports and held parent-teacher conferences semi- annually.
  • Maintain a safe and developmentally appropriate environment Facilitate parent phone calls regarding academic progression and conduct parent-teacher conferences
  • Conducted student observation and goal planning, parent-teacher conferences and daily parent communication.
  • Scheduled and held parent-teacher conferences to keep parents up-to-date on children's academic performance.
  • Monitor class activities Implement and plan curriculum Hold parent-teacher conferences
  • Complete and implement lesson plans Teaching Strategies Gold Assessment Parent-teacher conferences Upload antedotal notes into computer

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38. Free Play

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  • Supervised low organized games and outdoor free play; maintains order and monitored activity to prevent accidents and to prevent injuries.
  • Created daily schedules which included time for art, free play, outside time, learning and circle time.
  • Create and follow a daily routine including outdoor play, circle time, and free play.
  • Used music, free play, structured play and other outlets to help children learn.
  • Support development of social skills through free play with others.
  • Assisted children with learning activities and supervised free play.
  • Participate in supervising free play and outdoor play.
  • Worked circle time, free play, and outside play.
  • Motivate children to engage in sharing and socializing during "free play."

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39. New Things

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  • Played educational games, allowing the students to have fun while learning new things.
  • Sparked creativity and imagination by helping children discover new things each day.
  • Teach kids by exposing them to new things.
  • Sparked imagination by helping children discover new things each day.Waitress/ bartender

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40. Simple Painting

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Here's how Simple Painting is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Create developmentally appropriate lesson plans, read to children and teach them simple painting, drawing, handicrafts and songs.
  • Read to children, and teach them simple painting, drawing, handcrafts and regulate s rest periods.
  • Red to children and teach them simple painting, drawing, handcrafts, and songs.
  • Read to children and teach them simple painting, drawing, handicrafts, and songs.
  • Read to children, and taught them simple painting, drawing, handcrafts, and songs.

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41. Phone Calls

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  • Answer phone calls, set up interviews for new enrollment and created a safe and happy environment for the children.
  • Assist in running the front office including collecting payments, answering incoming phone calls, faxing and photo copying.
  • Assisted director in office with paperwork, phone calls, handouts, meal orders, giving breaks, etc.
  • Receive or initiate telephone calls to seek information or to give information regarding children throughout the day or week.
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Answer high volume incoming phone calls and assist customers with questions or ensuring they were directed correctly.
  • Answered phone calls, took down detailed messages, filed paper work.
  • Interacted with parents through daily notes, phone calls, & conferences.
  • Answer phone calls, help children exceed and learn in different way.
  • Maintain communication with parents through phone calls and daily communication sheets.
  • Answered a high volume of phone calls and email inquires.
  • Answer parent phone calls and questions.
  • Feed Dress Clean Paper work Curriculum Phone calls Meet and greet

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42. Assistant Teacher

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  • Developed daily lesson plans Created age appropriate activities Provided assistant teacher with daily task
  • Supervised assistant teachers and interns.
  • Supervised and directed assistant teacher.
  • Work closely with other Lead/Assistant teachers, weekly parent calls, daily sheets, interact with preschool and school age children
  • Provided support to La Petite Academy's Director & assistant teachers by accomplishing task-oriented goals within the center.
  • Provide direct supervision, training, guidance, leadership, and technical assistance to assigned infant/toddler assistant teachers.
  • Delegated tasks to assistant teacher and worked with a team of teachers to help run the classroom effectively.
  • Headed up the Preschool group as teacher and supervisor of a small group of assistant teachers.
  • Work as a team with assistant teachers and able to delegate responsibilities to assistants.
  • Started as assistant teacher of the toddler room and moved into lead teacher position.
  • Create curriculum * Communicate with families * Interact with children * Supervise assistant teacher
  • Trained my assistant teacher to prepare teaching material for indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Coordinated with an assistant teacher in leading a class of twenty-plus 5-year-olds.
  • Supervised Assistant teachers and volunteers within the classroom.
  • Serve as an assistant teacher.
  • Prepared enrichment activities correlated to curriculum Mentored assistant teacher co-teaching within room
  • Organized and supervised 20-30 students with an assistant teacher and taught summer lessons daily 2.
  • Planned curriculum and trained my assistant teacher.
  • Plan Curriculum Room Arrangement Supervise Assistant Teacher in classroom
  • Create lesson plans and supervise Assistant Teacher and Teacher's Aides Supervise children Communication with parents Clean and disinfect classroom

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43. Encouraging Understanding

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  • Support children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts.

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44. Positive Self-Concepts

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  • Encouraged children's understanding of others and positive self-concepts to contribute to their emotional and social growth through games and activities.

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45. Developmental Activities

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  • Administered appropriate care of hygiene, learning, and developmental activities Completed timely and accurate documentation.
  • Prepared learning and developmental activities as well as specialized programs.
  • Instructed and supervised children in social and developmental activities.
  • Create weekly lesson plans for children, 5-11 years of age, that include art, educational, and developmental activities.
  • Implement age appropriate developmental activities into the school day, supervise children, assist with meal preparation
  • Prepared and carried out all educational, art, music, and developmental activities.
  • Supervised circle time, free play, outside play and learning and developmental activities.
  • Administered appropriate care of hygiene, learning, and developmental activities.
  • Encouraged early literacy through read-aloud time and developmental activities alphabet games.
  • Assisted the children with developmental activities Lesson Plans Assisted with diapering and toileting

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46. Positive Relationships

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  • Developed healthy and positive relationships with a diverse population of families, integrating their cultural beliefs into daily routine.
  • Cultivate positive relationships with families, teachers, state licensing authorities, community contacts and corporate partners
  • Fostered and created positive relationships with parents communicating daily.
  • Established positive relationships with children and parents.
  • Promoted family involvement by fostering positive relationships.
  • Review important decisions with his/her supervisor, and maintain positive relationships with families, children and colleagues.
  • Engaged with children on an individual basis to build positive relationships with each child.
  • Maintain positive relationships with parents to create a safe and caring environment for students.
  • Build positive relationships with parents and students as well as conducting parent -teacher conferences
  • Developed positive relationships with each child and promoted the development of each child.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff.
  • Developed and maintained positive relationships with the children and families in the classroom.
  • Initiate and maintain positive relationships with staff, children, and parents.
  • Develop positive relationships with children and allow them to direct their own learning
  • Maintain positive relationships with families, children, colleagues ad clients.
  • Established positive relationships with families and staff members.
  • Established positive relationships with children and their families.
  • Build positive relationships with parents.
  • Conducted weekly observations of the children and documented their progress Established and maintained positive relationships with families.
  • Developed positive relationships with guardians and friends.

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47. Montessori

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  • Developed and delivered lessons following the Montessori method to encourage the development in reading and sensory skills.
  • Maintained a neat, well organized, and attractive prepared environment consistent with Montessori pedagogy.
  • Implemented Montessori teaching philosophy for 9 toddlers.
  • Helped maintain parents' concerns settled and worked with Toddlers by playing and teaching them the Montessori basics.
  • Conduct morning circle, recite pledge of Allegiance, Teach shelf work and one Montessori material.
  • Attended Cradling Literacy training sessions through a grant given to Mile High Montessori.
  • Guide children ages 15 months to 3 years through the Montessori work cycle.
  • Used Montessori methods for teaching, and encouraged hands on learning atmospheres.
  • Implemented and set up Montessori environment in the school.
  • Lead teacher and supervisor of Toddler Montessori classroom.
  • Implemented a Montessori style of teaching and learning.
  • Introduce Montessori activities to the toddlers.
  • Present Montessori lessons to toddlers.
  • Facilitated children's cognitive and social development through age-appropriate activity based learning adhering to the Montessori philosophy.
  • Provided care and academic instruction to pre-school children using Montessori methods.
  • lead daily activities, circles, and meal times using the traditional Montessori method.
  • aged children in a Montessori School.
  • Instructed students through Montessori learning styles and guidelines Fostered independent growth Assisted children to learn at their own pace through self-correcting lessons
  • Planned and implemented "work" in a Montessori classroom.

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48. Cooperative Relationship

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  • Maintained an open, friendly, and cooperative relationship with each child and family.
  • Keep an open, friendly and cooperative relationship with each child and parent.

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49. Activity Areas

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Here's how Activity Areas is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Help prepare and maintain indoor and outdoor activity areas and materials to accommodate daily schedule.
  • Organize and store toys and materials to ensure order in activity areas.
  • Arrange space in clearly defined, well organized activity areas.

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50. Physical Health

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Here's how Physical Health is used in Toddler Teacher jobs:
  • Create skill development opportunities that support children physical health and growth.
  • Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development,and physical health through written reports and assessments.

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20 Most Common Skills For A Toddler Teacher

Child Care

37.7%

Lesson Plans

12.9%

Appropriate Curriculum

11.1%

Classroom Management

10.8%

Toddler

6.6%

Daily Activities

2.9%

Safe Environment

2.4%

Potty Training

1.8%

Recreational Activities

1.6%

Class Activities

1.5%

Social Development

1.4%

Art Projects

1.3%

Special Needs

1.2%

Safe Play Environment

1.2%

OLD Children

1.1%

Imaginative Play

1.1%

Staff Members

1.0%

CPR

1.0%

Personal Habits

0.9%

Customer Service

0.7%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Toddler Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Child Care 33.9%
2 Lesson Plans 11.6%
3 Appropriate Curriculum 9.9%
4 Classroom Management 9.7%
5 Toddler 6.0%
6 Daily Activities 2.6%
7 Safe Environment 2.1%
8 Potty Training 1.7%
9 Recreational Activities 1.4%
10 Class Activities 1.3%
11 Social Development 1.2%
12 Art Projects 1.1%
13 Special Needs 1.1%
14 Safe Play Environment 1.1%
15 OLD Children 1.0%
16 Imaginative Play 1.0%
17 Staff Members 0.9%
18 CPR 0.9%
19 Personal Habits 0.8%
20 Customer Service 0.6%
21 Personal Care 0.6%
22 Daily Observations 0.5%
23 ABC 0.5%
24 AGE Groups 0.4%
25 Small Groups 0.4%
26 Developmental Problems 0.4%
27 Basic Needs 0.4%
28 Naeyc 0.4%
29 Educational Activities 0.4%
30 Toilet Training 0.4%
31 Diaper Changes 0.4%
32 Letter Recognition 0.3%
33 Intellectual Growth 0.3%
34 Class Rooms 0.3%
35 Positive Reinforcement Method 0.3%
36 Open Communication 0.3%
37 Parent-Teacher Conferences 0.3%
38 Free Play 0.3%
39 New Things 0.3%
40 Simple Painting 0.3%
41 Phone Calls 0.3%
42 Assistant Teacher 0.3%
43 Encouraging Understanding 0.3%
44 Positive Self-Concepts 0.3%
45 Developmental Activities 0.3%
46 Positive Relationships 0.2%
47 Montessori 0.2%
48 Cooperative Relationship 0.2%
49 Activity Areas 0.2%
50 Physical Health 0.2%
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