My experience with kids is extensive - I have almost five years of experience caring for and working with kids. I babysat a pair of twins for two years (one of them has autism), caring for them as required for 4-year-olds. I would make them dinner, give them baths, play with them, dress them, and put them to bed. I would babysit those two as many times as three nights a week, so I got to know them well. They were wonderful kids.
I also recently left a job at a company for school. I worked there for almost two years as a behavioral therapist. There, I trained children diagnosed with ASD in basic life skills that they need in order to function in society. I found the job to be both challenging and rewarding; in fact, I tutored one kid for 19 months, and she ended up graduating from program and advancing to 'social group!' That was a huge achievement for me, and I am so proud of her.
I also have experience being in-charge of large groups of children. For four summers, I volunteered at a children's summer camp. I started out with kitchen duty the first summer, then, I was an assistant group leader, and then the last two years, I was a group leader. Duties involved teaching the kids daily lessons, crafts, leading them from station to station, snacks, story time, and much more. I was in-charge of up to eight kids at once, which got pretty hectic at times, but I was able to handle the situation skillfully.