1) Provide a variety of materials and resources for children to explore, manipulate and use, both in learning activities and in imaginative play.
2) Attend to children's basic needs.
3) Teach basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills.
4) Establish and enforce rules for behavior, and procedures for maintaining order.
5) Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
6) Organize and lead activities designed to promote physical, mental and social development, such as games, arts and crafts, music, storytelling, and field trips.
7) Observe and evaluate children's performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
8) Identify children showing signs of emotional, developmental, or health-related problems, and discuss them with supervisors, and management.
9) Meet with parents and guardians to discuss their children's progress and needs, determine their priorities for their children, and suggest ways that they can promote learning and development.
10) Enforce all administration policies and rules governing learners.
11) Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
12) Teach proper eating habits and personal hygiene.
(13) Assimilate arriving children to the school environment by greeting them, settling them in, and selecting activities of interest to them.
14)Adapt teaching methods and instructional materials to meet learners varying needs and interests.
15) Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects, and communicate those objectives to children.
16)Demonstrate activities to children.
17)Arrange indoor and outdoor space to facilitate creative play, motor-skill activities, and safety.
18)Maintain accurate and complete learners records as required by school administration.
19)Prepare reports on learners and activities as required by administration.