licensed in home daycare provider resume example with 20+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
, , 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
Home: (555) 432-1000 - Cell: - - : - -
Professional Summary

Skilled childcare professional well-versed in lesson planning, housekeeping and dietary requirements. Work with kids of all ages. Trained in CPR and first aid with current certifications. Dedicated to enhancing physical, educational, social and emotional health of children. Proficient in preparing supplies, creating lesson plans and using age-appropriate methods to discuss important events. Seek to bring skills to new position with school districts dedicated to helping all children succeed. Enthusiastic Instructional Aide eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Clear understanding of Early Childhood Educational trends. Motivated to learn, grow and excel in a school setting.

  • Problem Solving
  • Multitasking and Prioritization
  • Decision Making
  • Communication and Cooperation
  • Time Management
  • Lesson Plan Creation
  • Individual and Group Care
  • Childcare Regulations
  • Verbal and Written Communication
  • Planning and Leading Activities
  • Safety Monitoring and Management
  • Observing and Monitoring Behavior
  • Caring and Responsible
  • Daycare Center Operation
  • Progress Reports and Documentation
  • Calendaring and Scheduling
  • Early Childhood Development
  • Food Preparation and Service
  • Relationship Building
  • Coordination and Teamwork
  • Organization and Attention to Detail
  • Parent Relationships
  • Honest and Ethical
  • Relationship Development
  • Communication and Interpersonal Skills
  • Positive Attitude and Energetic
  • Adaptable and Flexible
  • Reliable and Responsible
  • Strong Work Ethic and Dependable
Work History
05/2005 to Current
Licensed In-Home Daycare Provider Self-employeed City, STATE,
  • Maintained effective schedule balance between rest periods, active play and instruction.
  • Sanitized dishes, tabletops, toys and frequently touched surfaces to prevent spreading of germs.
  • Enforced rules and managed behavior through developmentally appropriate discipline.
  • Met with parents about daily activities, positive developments and issues.
  • Taught children to organize toys, wash hands and share by leading by example.
  • Observed play activities to identify positive behaviors and areas in need of improvement, implementing behavior redirection where appropriate.
  • Applied positive behavior management techniques to enhance social interactions and emotional development.
  • Prepared healthy foods and beverages for children based on optimal dietary guidelines and individual restrictions.
  • Planned and guided age-appropriate tasks like reading, crafts, large motor and small motor activities.
  • Kept notes of behavior issues, food served and medications administered to children.
  • Monitored entrances and exits to maintain safety and organized environments.
  • Offered top-notch care to 4+ children at once, ranging in age from 6weeks to 3 years
  • Created and implemented diverse educational strategies to boost development.
  • Instructed children in crafts and other activities to promote gross and fine motor skills.
  • Kept areas clean, organized and stocked, and sanitized surfaces and toys each day and as needed throughout the day.
  • Used positive reinforcement techniques to promote patience and other good behaviors in children.
  • Consulted with families to discuss activities and behaviors of each child.
  • Created safe and engaging learning environment for groups of diverse children with various learning styles.
  • Helped children develop motor skills in preparation for preschool and kindergarten.
  • Worked with children individually and in groups to teach social, communicative and problem-solving skills.
  • Prepared group activities to enhance socialization, communication and problem-solving skills for children.
  • Developed lessons and activities to promote children's physical and emotional development.
  • Added daily log information to permanent records outlining observations, meals and any medications administered for acute or chronic conditions.
  • Handled daily administrative tasks efficiently to minimize time away from children.
  • Created and maintained center specific State Licensing Handbook and Parent Handbook
05/2004 to 06/2005
Family Nanny KC Warner City, STATE,
  • Supported children in play activities, meals and snacks, hygiene and socialization.
  • Assisted with light housekeeping duties as well as running errands.
  • Organized and cleaned home after activities by picking up toys and straightening up play room.
  • Built positive and nurturing environments to support child social and emotional growth.
  • Prepared tasty, healthy meals for children to encourage good eating habits.
  • Played games, worked on puzzles and read books to young children.
  • Engaged with children on age-appropriate level.
  • Balanced playtime and limited screen time to support development of fine motor, gross motor and cognitive skills.
  • Taught children everyday skills and language.
  • Bathed, dressed and helped with teeth brushing as part of bedtime preparation.
  • Monitored schedules to maintain sleeping, eating and school schedules for children.
  • Developed games and activities using arts and crafts to support learning and verbal skills.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Communicated with children at age-appropriate levels to encourage understanding and foster relationships.
  • Established lasting, professional connections with families and children by encouraging open communication and delivering positive feedback.
  • Assisted children in dressing appropriately for day's activities.
  • Worked with parents to develop and implement discipline programs to promote positive behavior.
  • Read and discussed stories with children to boost literacy and reading comprehension skills.
  • Involved children in caring for household pets and chores.
  • Organized extracurricular schedules for sports and classes and provided safe transportation to different events.
  • Maintained updated list of emergency contact information and child's health information in case of emergencies.
  • Identified warning signs of emotional and developmental problems in children.
  • Stayed current on toy and child-related recalls and safety warnings.
  • Facilitated relationships with children and parents by developing caring and structured home environments.
08/1998 to 05/2004
Office Assistant, Lead Teacher, Cook, Floater Brighton Schools City, STATE,
  • Developed and optimized rich learning environment by capitalizing on diverse engagement strategies and enriching teaching techniques.
  • Communicated frequently with parents about student growth and progress, recommending at-home reinforcement to support struggling students.
  • Coordinated field trips for classes
  • Chose optimum curriculum for each class and devised creative daily lesson plans to meet requirements and needs of different learners.
  • Guided student teachers and teaching aides in classroom management, leading by example and thoroughly answering questions.
  • Organized rooms in line with current educational thinking to maximize educational opportunities for students.
  • Conferred with parents about student progress to boost family involvement and enhance student support.
  • Worked one-on-one with students and student teachers to increase overall classroom success.
  • Maintained patience and level-headedness in diverse situations to support student development and personal growth.
  • Planned and implemented different daily activities to enhance overall development and growth of every student.
  • Managed kitchen staff, supervised preparation of foods ,and explained steps for readying specialty items.
  • Set up and prepared cooking supplies and workstations during opening and closing to maximize productivity.
  • Transitioned between breakfast and lunch service.
  • Mentored staff in expectations and parameters of kitchen goals and daily work.
  • Welcomed office visitors and alerted staff to arrivals of scheduled appointments.
  • Interacted with customers by phone, email or in-person to provide information.
  • Instructed new staff in proper food preparation, storage, use of kitchen equipment and sanitation.
  • Completed clerical tasks such as filing, copying and distributing mail.
Expected in to to
No Degree: General Education
American River College - Sacramento, CA
Expected in to to
No Degree: Early Childhood Education
Consumnes River College - Sacramento, CA,
Expected in 06/1995 to to
High School Diploma:
Folsom High School - Folsom, CA,

CPR and pediatric CPR

Pediatric First Aid

Native or Bilingual
Native or Bilingual

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School Attended

  • American River College
  • Consumnes River College
  • Folsom High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Licensed In-Home Daycare Provider
  • Family Nanny
  • Office Assistant, Lead Teacher, Cook, Floater


  • No Degree
  • No Degree
  • High School Diploma

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