I have worked at preschools, a child care center, and as a babysitter. I have a National Child Development Associate certificate and I am certified in CPR and First Aid.
At my recently previous employer I was often with four infants by myself each morning as I was the opening caregiver until their main caregiver arrived at the daycare, and while in the infant classroom I used tummy time, mobiles, mirrors, rattles and instruments, blocks, soft/plush items, a lot of exposure to language and reading, and songs/poems. When done caring for the early morning infant room I moved to the toddlers or twos room, where I worked with them using blocks, puzzles, colors, shapes, numbers/counting, reading and looking at books, songs/poems, arts and crafts, and science and practical life skills. The main classes that I worked in though are the higher ages (3-5), where I taught them using foreign languages, mathematics, language arts, science, social studies, history, geography, arts, music/instruments/composers, and practical life skills.