Productive, work like: art and craft, some sports activities, and ball games.
Substitute Teacher (Former Employee) – San Fernando Valley, CA – September 27, 2016
A beginning of a day at preschool start with briefing the children with good morning, Asking ("How are you today"), circle time, songs and going over some of the letters of the ABC's. I included some movements to wake them up. Meanwhile the breakfast was ready, so we set and ate. later they were divided to groups each group at a table for art and craft, depend on the season's plan and the curriculum. When this was done, we went out for a sports' activities. I divided the class to two groups in order to do the racing/running. Soon the lunch was ready they ate. Later my teacher's assistant put the beds for them to nap for an hour or so. They had snack, then each group had to do some math's games on the table, when they finished they went out to the playground; for the rest of the day, and went home.
The hardest part of the job as a substitute teacher was to go from one school to another, and to travel sometime fare away.
My teachers' assistant were nice and helpful ,we got along fine, and were happy to work with me.
I enjoy working with kids, it's fun to play, teach, read,dance with them to see their process of learning, and how they become responsible for them selves.
I learned how to assimilate and to work with people of different perspectives, languages, and culture which included; songs, foods dance clothes, etc..
Children get to eat two healthy meals a day.
I couldn't get health benefits unless i head full months of substitute days.