Preschool Teacher Resume

School education for a child starts somewhere at the age of 5-6 years. Prior to that, the child starts understanding some of the general facts and objects, as per its aptitude and grasping capacity. However this ad hoc learning before attending school can be made more systematic and directional if a trained person assists the child. This is what preschool teaching is!

A preschool teacher’s job profile is different from a regular primary teacher job. Primary school teaching is mostly syllabus oriented, whereas preschool teaching is child centric. The later varies its structure and methods from child to child.

Given below is a sample resume for preschool teacher. Please go through it.

Sample Preschool Teacher Resume:
Ella Frank
456, X Street, Y Avenue,
Los Angeles, CA-90003
(123) 456-7890
ella@email.com

Career Objective:

To seek the position of preschool teacher in a well reputed child education institute

Summary of Qualifications:

  • Well trained and experienced preschool teacher with more that four years of experience at a renowned institute
  • Deep knowledge of child psychology both through academic studies and work practices
  • Thorough knowledge of language, its origin, its constructs and word building
  • In-depth understanding of the basic arithmetic. Able to construct simple number games for making arithmetic learning easier
  • Highly patient nature. Greatly enthusiastic for working in the field of preschool teaching
  • Very pleasant personality with clear and soft speaking skills
  • Able to design innovative academic games to achieve “fun and learn” in the teaching process
  • Proficient in using computers and internet as teaching aids
  • Able to sing and to play piano

Professional Work Experience:

XYZ Child Education Institute, Los Angeles CA (2004-Present)

Preschool Teacher

  • Conversing with the parents to understand the common habits and special traits in their child
  • Communicating with the child to check preciseness of the information provided by the parents and to know more about the child
  • Teaching the child basic the alphabet and numbers with the help of eye-catching toys and objects
  • Recording special observations during interactions with the child and informing the parents about it
  • Encouraging the child through consistent appreciation
  • Designing new games as per interests and educational needs of each child

Academic education:

  • Bachelor of Child education from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2002)
  • Post graduate Diploma in child psychology from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2004)

References: Will be available on request

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