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Why did you go into child care?

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Why did you go into child care.
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Because of I want to know their culture and tradition.
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I want to go into childcare because I love working with children, being able to watch and be apart of there development is an amazing feeling Aswell as making a bond.
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I went into child care to experience the feeling to how to look after children and what you have to know to look after them.
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I went into child care to experience the feeling to how to look after children and what you have to know to look after them.
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Taking care of the children are quiet difficult but if you have the knowledge and skills you can do it easily.I decided to go into child care because it makes me feel happy and I am able to explore intellectual, social and emotional development by providing different activities. Those activities will enhance skills knowledge and learn how to get along with other children.
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For money?
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Talk to me about your educational background and/or your experiences caring for young children?
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Talk to me about your educational background and/or your experiences caring for young children?
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I loved children. I always have since a young age. We grew up at our Motel, and I was often asked to look after kids when the adults went out. It was a natural progression I suppose for me to train in the field I already had so much experience in. Since having my own daughter I haven't gone back to child care, but it is something I will definitely look to in the future again.
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17 Nanny Interview Questions with 65+ User Answer Examples

  1. 1.

    Why did you go into child care?

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    What do you try to accomplish with the children?

  3. 3.

    What do you like most about being a child care provider?

  4. 4.

    Describe what a typical day would be for my child?

  5. 5.

    What methods do you use to encourage positive behavior?

  6. 6.

    Have you had experience dealing with the stages of age development with children?

  7. 7.

    How do you encourage problem solving and personal expression encouraged?

  8. 8.

    How will you give individual attention to each child?

  9. 9.

    What appeals to you about taking care of children?

  10. 10.

    Describe your last child care experience and why it ended?

  11. 11.

    What methods of limit setting or discipline do you find effective for children between ages 3-5?

  12. 12.

    What television shows do you feel are appropriate for children of ages 3-5?

  13. 13.

    Describe ways you can turn everyday household activities into learning opportunities for children?

  14. 14.

    For children over the ages of 5, what are your feelings about outdoor play without direct supervision?

  15. 15.

    Are you comfortable reviewing and assisting with homework?

  16. 16.

    Are you willing to supervise friends of our child who are invited to our home while you are in charge?

  17. 17.

    How are you at voicing your concerns when unexpected issues arise?