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“ Childcare is a passion, and I take my commitments seriously. I really love to be able to watch the children grow and watch their personalities blossom. My love of children shows! I am an attentive, proactive self-starter and appreciate working for parents that need a take charge assistant. Chemistry is my top priority in choosing a family. Working as a team player in both professionalism and transparency is...Childcare is a passion, and I take my commitments seriously. I really love to be able to watch the children grow and watch their personalities blossom. My love of children shows! I am an attentive, proactive self-starter and appreciate working for parents that need a take charge assistant. Chemistry is my top priority in choosing a family. Working as a team player in both professionalism and transparency is very important to me.More ”
I have five years of preschool training from ages newborn-school age. I have over nine years of childcare experience including in-home infant care. I have four years of nanny experience, including twins and children with special needs. I am fluent in American Sign Language, have knowledge of basic Spanish, and a valid passport (travel-ready). I have five years teaching and tutoring experience. I am CPR and First Aid certified and TB tested and fingerprinted. I am an excellent swimmer and have experience working with high-profile families. I have 12 hours of Child Brain Development seminars, 12 hours of Early Child Development seminars, and 4 hours training on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). I also have 25 hours of Preschool Training
I've had several childcare related seminars including: Environment of childcare activity areas, recognizing signs of illness and infestation, child abuse or neglect, accident and emergency procedures, child guidance and methods of discipline, safety on outdoor activity areas, sun safety, parent involvement and communication, program planning and development, nutrition and developmentally appropriate eating habits, community service and resources, life smart curriculum and lesson planning, and developmental milestones.
There are eight life smarts I like to use when helping your children learn and grow. I believe that children need the opportunity to...
-interact with and explore natural materials (Nature Smart),
-interact with other people and work as a team (People Smart),
-experience rhythm, melody and the beauty of music (Music Smart),
-explore language through speaking, reading and writing (Word Smart),
-represent their world through building and Art (Design Smart),
-figure out how things work and play with numbers (Math Smart),
-explore how their bodies move (Body Smart),
-and reflect on their feelings and experiences (Me Smart).
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