Resilience is the ability to overcome in the face of adverse circumstances, which is helpful to follow psychological adjustment process on hard and threatening life events. The purpose of this study was to construct an infant resilience scale by child-care worker. In preliminary phase, the authors classified ready-made scales by KJ method, and crossed out hard items to evaluate infant resilience by child-care worker and two items from other documents were added, ultimately 25 items scale was made. Participants in this study were 305 university students (141men, 164women, mean=20.38yrs). The factor analysis (Principal factor method, Varimax rotation) suggest that 3 factors were founded in terms of susceptible interpretations; temperature, nonvulnerability, self regulation. It represented a total of 17 items and was confirmed reliability by measuring test-retest method.