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lead preschool teacher

  • Create a daily schedule and curriculum that is appropriate and effective based off the age group (I have experience working in the infant room, two year old class, and four year old class) to stimulate physical, social, academic, and emotional growth. 
  • Feeding – warming up home cooked meals, checking all home-brought items for allergens, warming up bottles, and discussing healthy choices.
  • Communicate with children’s parents or guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues during bimonthly conferences. 
  • Potty training children based off their readiness, with and without the use of rewards such as sticker charts. 

lead preschool teacher

  • Write age appropriate lesson plans. 
  • Teach sign language to communicate with children before they are vocal. 
  • Redirect children to encourage safe, positive behaviors. 
  • Organize activities that develop children’s physical, emotional and social growth.
  • Drove school age children to and from field trips during the summer. 
  • Drop off/pickup school age children from school when needed.

lead preschool teacher

  • Provide lunch and prepare beds for nap time.
  • Facilitated curriculum planning and development
  • Work to create a nurturing environment to meet the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical needs of each child.
  • Establish the foundation of speaking and expression.
  • Progress reports 3 times a year evaluating language ability, behavior, and development.
  • Bi-annual parent/teacher conferences
  • Maintained well-controlled classrooms by clearly outlining standards and reinforcing positive behaviors.