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Based on 291 responses, the job of Toddler Teacher has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.7 out of 5. On average, Toddler Teachers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Toddler Teacher?

October 2014
"Absolute joy , nothing better to see a toddler smile."
Toddler Teacher:
Pros: The kids.
Cons: Salary.
May 2016
Toddler Teacher:
Pros: That I can be myself with the kids.
Cons: Fakeness of employees looking after themself and management not known how to manage.
October 2017
Toddler Teacher in Auckland:
Pros: Children, teachers, location, families.
Cons: Management, pay.
March 2018
"Harder than you think."
Toddler Teacher in Conway:
Always be watching...this is the age of biting and accidents happen. Practice patience, you need a lot of patience.
January 2019
"I love the kids."
Toddler Teacher in Akron:
Pros: The kids are everything to me and some coworkers are very amazing
Cons: The lack of communication between management and us teachers. And the lack of detailed cleaning in classrooms.
February 2019
Toddler Teacher in Singapore:
Pros: Alot of work
Cons: Nothing
March 2019
"A Day At East Coast Migrant Head Start."
Toddler Teacher in Whiteville:
Pros: I love the children most of all and watching grow by learning new ways of doing things. I also being able to socialize with the Hispanic culture and learning about the different ways that they do things compared to the American culture. My job gives me opportunity to grow and learn. East Coast will also help you to go further your education by paying for books, tuition and travel.
Cons: What I like least is that the job is not year round or at least 10 months like the public schools.