As a former teacher of sixth graders, all activities that involve working with children will look real good. Other activities will be extra classes in child development, etc. would be a bonus. The more you can prove your interest in children the better your resume will look. However, be careful you don't overdue it. A well rounded set of other activities that would be useful as a teacher will also help.
Babysitting, camp counselor, volunteering at a tutoring center.
Tutoring would definitely be a good thing to put on your resume. Being able to help children, who are struggling scholastically, achieve their goals is an important asset to any school.
I would put camp on your resume, just because it shows that you take time with, and enjoy working with children.
Our school district also looks for any other extra-curricular stuff like coaching or endorsement in special education, the arts, or whatever.
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