Daycare workers are expected to provide a safe and educational environment to children. This may include ensuring that they are nurtured and kept occupied in a manner that is conducive to social and cognitive learning.

Employers tend to look more favorably at daycare worker resumes that highlight previous childcare experiences and insight into handling little children. If you have attained some daycare training and are comfortable in working with children, you may need to have a look at the following resume sample which will give you an idea on how to write one when applying for a daycare worker position.


Daycare Worker Resume Sample


Christina Hansen

67 Salmon River Road ● Caldwell, ID 72000 ● (999) 432-9999 ● chris.han @ email . com


Summary: A self-directed, resourceful and enthusiastic daycare worker with 8+ years’ track record of fostering infants’ and toddlers’ cognitive and social skills. Strong passion for educating and motivating children coupled with a great interest in creating a fun environment for children conducive to learning and growth. Known for building and maintaining effective professional relationships with others. A creative thinker who knows and respect uniqueness and potential of children from different backgrounds. Bilingual: English/Spanish.


• Instruction planning and preparation• Respectful environment creation
• Fostering independence• Positive behavior reinforcement
• Ensuring health and safety• Engaging students in learning
• Crisis Management• Documentation and paperwork
• Positive work ethic• Maintaining confidentiality

• Orchestrated individual children’s progress and improvement by initiating an interactive program
• Developed and implemented a curriculum aimed at the physical development and agility of toddlers through light sports programs
• Held several workshops on disciplining children through positive reinforcement
• Trained five daycare workers to perform childcare duties in accordance to the company’s policies and rules of ethics


Daycare Worker
Rainbow Kids, Caldwell, ID | March 2008 – Present

• Confer with parents or guardians prior to child enrollment
• Interview both parents and children to determine states of mind
• Assist parents or guardians in the enrollment process
• Provide induction to children by positive interaction
• Develop and implement curriculum conducive to individual child’s caliber
• Conduct self as a role model at all times
• Direct children in performing activities aimed at social, cognitive and educational growth
• Manage children behavior problems
• Implement behavior modification techniques
• Assist children in changing and eating

Mrs. John’s Family, Caldwell, ID | Summer 2007

• Supervised three toddlers in indoor and outdoor activities
• Provided support in bathing, cleaning and feeding
• Devised plans to occupy children through games and educational materials
• Oversaw children’s television watching activities
• Helped children get ready for bed and read them bedtime stories

City School, Caldwell, ID – 2005
High School Diploma


“Her enthusiasm for teaching and nurturing children along with projecting positive energy is a great asset…”

“Christina has established a standard for behavioral expectations which has resulted is a 100% success rate in teaching children the mechanics of co-existing…”

“A nurturing individual with a kind heart and positive attitude which has gone a long way in handling my children and providing them with the social skills that they will be grateful for, for the rest of their lives…”