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Samantha a Nanny for Hire in Crum Lynne, PA 19022

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I'm a nanny because:

I love working with children, I find their learning process interesting, and I love watching them grow and learn. I have worked in a lot of different fields in my short life, and I find childcare the most rewarding. Nothing brightens up your day better then knowing YOU just helped a child learn something new, learn their numbers or letters, or just getting a hug from a small child that is so happy.

Samantha nanny Gender:Female Age:33 Preferred Wage ($/Wk): 300 - 500 Ref ID:515541

3 years Nanny 3 years Babysitting
Drivers License Car Swim
Can care for
Twins/Multiples Behavioral Issues

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Early Morning (6a-9a)                
Late Morning (9a-12p)      
Early Afternoon (12p-3p)      
Late Afternoon (3p-6p)      
Early Evening (6p-9p)      
Late Evening (9-12)      
Overnight (12a-6a)      

Position Duration:Permanent / Full-time,Permanent / Part-time

Would prefer to:Live-out Preferred States:PA

My past childcare experience: While watching Jenna (then age 5) I was asked to sit down with her and help her with the alphabet, numbers, colors, etc. I went as far as to supply her with a special binder all her own, make up flashcards and worksheets, as well as think up verbal cues to help trigger her memory if she appeared to be having issues remembering a letter, etc. With my friend's son Josh (then age 3/4) I played an important part in potty training him, and taking him to the park to run around and get some exercise, as well make sure he eats, etc. Both Josh and Jenna, as well as Jenna's older sisters that I occasionally watched, have all been diagnosed ADHD. With Josh, because he is so young you really only see the hyperactive part, but with the girls since they are older you can tell they lack the concentration and have short attention spans. Lacey (age 7), one of Jenna's sisters, is a pure example of this, seeing as how she has a hard time remembering what she just learned in school, and if she can't figure it out quickly she gets overly frustrated and starts throwing a slight fit. I find that being patient and not yelling at the child and instead going over the assignment a few times can help them learn through repetition. It s also a nice idea to make leaning fun and having little rewards for correct answers (a trip to the park, a cookie, a quarter in a jar to take to the arcade, etc.)

Level of education:Some College but Non-Graduate Languages: English Nationality:American Country of Residence:US Last login:5/22/2015
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