According to our data, these resume designs are the most suitable for Kindergarten Assistant. You can easily get a similar resume design in 10 minutes. Just select the one you like the most!
Take a look at the most common Kindergarten Assistant skills, don't hesitate to use them in your resume to catch recruiters' attention.
To obtain a position as a teaching assistant that will enable me to utilize my skills to develop children and my ability to work well with others.
Worked with children with learning disabilities to help prepare them for First grade.
-Created an enthusiastic classroom environment with many learning centers suitable to develop the physical, social and emotional growth of students.
-Read stories to the children and taught them painting, drawing and crafts.
-Prepared Lunch and snacks
-Provided continuous information for parents about child's development.
-Helped organize lesson plans, and kept track of daily attendance.
-Created lesson plans suitable to weekly topics.
-Employed a variety of materials for children to explore and manipulate in learning activities and imaginative play.
-Disciplined children and recommended other measures to correct behavior.
-Helped with homework, and absent students to recover missing work.
-Organized centers and learning activities such as Reading, Math and Spelling.
-Observed children at recess
-Responsible for decorating the hallway and displaying children's work.
-Worked with children separate who required "extra help" to graduate to First grade.
-Made copies of Homework for the following week.
-Copied, cut and stapled booklets for each student.
Grade point Average -3.8/ Advanced Diploma
Planning on pursing B.S in Elementary Education/Early Childhood Education PK-3