The children were infested with lice and covered with open sores, deputies said.
The children told deputies that Resko had left them alone at the home while she was at work.
Deputies said the home was in disarray with no running water, no food and no electricity. The floor was covered in dog feces and the home was infested with flies, deputies said.
When Resko arrived at the home nearly two hours later, she told deputies that she had just been gone for a few minutes, but quickly began changing her story once deputies told her how long they had been there investigating, deputies said.
Resko had been in trouble twice before for leaving the children unsupervised.
The Department of Children and Families responded to an incident on February 2 and implemented a supervision plan with Resko, who was instructed to not allow the 13-year-old to babysit the other children.
DCF now has custody of the six children. Resko was arrested and is facing six charges of child neglect.