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Preschool teachers typically work with children who are up to 5 years of age. Since preschool children primarily learn from play and interactive activities preschool teachers utilize a less structured approach to learning when compared to kindergarten and elementary school teachers. They also observe and evaluate the social and physical development and behavior of preschoolers.

They enhance social skills by having the children work on simple projects and tasks as a team. In order to advance children's language and vocabulary proficiency, preschool teachers utilize action and rhyming games and tell stories. They also provide an introduction to mathematical and scientific concepts with activities such as counting and balancing blocks. Preschool teachers offer small group lessons and individual attention in order to help children learn and obtain skills.

Responsibilities

  • Demonstrate activities to preschoolers
  • Organize and lead activities including storytelling, arts and crafts, games, field trips and music
  • Observe and evaluate social development and behavior and physical development
  • Discuss with parents the progress and needs of their children
  • Discuss with parents and supervisors children that display emotional, behavioral or health problems
  • Take care of preschoolers basic needs such as meals
  • Establish and enforce rules of behavior
  • Teach numbers, colors, shapes and letters
  • Provide materials and resources for children
  • Teach social skills
  • Teach personal hygiene and proper eating habits
  • Read books to children
  • Alter teaching strategies and instructional materials when appropriate
  • Maintain records of children
  • Create reports on preschoolers
  • Work with other staff members

Job Characteristics

Helping children develop skills and watching them develop a joy for learning is often very gratifying for those in the occupation. However, sometimes the job can be frustrating due to working with some children who do not have a desire to learn or have behavioral problems.

Preschool teachers should have good communication and motivational skills. Creativity, patience, empathy and a joy for working with children are other important aspects of the job. Recognizing a child's emotional needs is also part of the profession.

Preschool teachers typically work in comfortable classrooms and often spend part of their day outside. Part-time jobs are common at preschools. Preschool teachers that are employed in daycare centers typically work all year long.

Employment Outlook

Typically, preschool teachers begin their careers as teacher assistants and with experience some advance to a lead teacher job. Sometimes lead teachers are responsible for several classes. In addition, preschool teachers that hold a bachelor's degree are often qualified to teach kindergarten through the third grade level.

In 2006 the median earnings for preschool teachers was $22,680. Also, in 2006 there were about 437,000 preschool teachers. About 59 percent were employed in child daycare services. About 16 percent were employed in public and private educational services and 15 percent worked for religious organizations.

The employment of preschool teachers is projected to grow much faster than the average for all occupations. Demand for preschool teachers is projected to grow primarily due to an increase in enrollment of preschool children. The demand may also grow due to some states providing programs to improve early childhood education which may include universal preschool. The availability of preschool teaching positions also depends on location.

Education, Certification, and Licensing

Typically, employers due not require preschool teachers to have a bachelor's degree. Often experience with working with children is a major priority. However, completing postsecondary courses in related subjects is a plus.

Licensing requirements for preschool teachers vary by state. In most states, the requirements for preschool teachers working in public schools are more rigorous when compared to those working in private preschools. Some states require public school preschool teachers to have a bachelor's degree and some states require an associates's degree.

In a number of states they must have a certificate from a nationally recognized authority. The Child Development Associate credential, which is the most popular version, requires a blend of classroom learning and experience working with children. An assessment of the competence of the candidate is also required. In general, private schools are exempt from having to meet state licensing standards.

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Major Employers

Daycare centers, schools and religious organizations are the major employers of preschool teachers.

Schools for Preschool Teachers are listed in the Browse Schools Section.

Metro Areas Sorted by Total Employment for:
Preschool Teachers

Listed below are metro areas sorted by the total number of people employed in Preschool Teachers jobs , as of 2015

Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

     
Metro Area (Alabama) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Birmingham 420 $24,500
Hoover 420 $24,500
Dothan 100 $28,430
Opelika 90 $18,940
Auburn 90 $18,940
Anniston 40 $24,690
Oxford 40 $24,690
Jacksonville 40 $24,690
Muscle Shoals 30 $28,390
Florence 30 $28,390
Huntsville N/A $24,510
Tuscaloosa N/A $26,180
Montgomery N/A $28,110
Decatur N/A $32,700
Mobile N/A $33,230
     
Metro Area (Alaska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anchorage 390 $35,040
Fairbanks N/A $33,130
     
Metro Area (Arizona) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Mesa 5650 $23,410
Scottsdale 5650 $23,410
Phoenix 5650 $23,410
Tucson 1310 $23,080
Yuma 220 $21,710
Prescott 140 $27,320
Flagstaff 110 $27,300
Lake Havasu City 110 $30,200
Kingman 110 $30,200
Sierra Vista 70 $22,610
Douglas 70 $22,610
     
Metro Area (Arkansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Conway 540 $27,800
North Little Rock 540 $27,800
Little Rock 540 $27,800
Jonesboro 190 $23,950
Hot Springs 50 $22,040
     
Metro Area (California) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Long Beach 15820 $30,120
Anaheim 15820 $30,120
Los Angeles 15820 $30,120
Hayward 8830 $36,430
San Francisco 8830 $36,430
Oakland 8830 $36,430
Santa Clara 4470 $37,130
Sunnyvale 4470 $37,130
San Jose 4470 $37,130
San Diego 3610 $33,310
Carlsbad 3610 $33,310
Riverside 3020 $28,820
Ontario 3020 $28,820
San Bernardino 3020 $28,820
Arcade 2980 $27,350
Roseville 2980 $27,350
Sacramento 2980 $27,350
Arden 2980 $27,350
Thousand Oaks 890 $29,970
Oxnard 890 $29,970
Ventura 890 $29,970
Fresno 800 $26,470
Stockton 730 $28,790
Lodi 730 $28,790
Modesto 660 $35,810
Santa Rosa 610 $31,940
Bakersfield 570 $34,410
Santa Maria 440 $38,050
Santa Barbara 440 $38,050
Chico 390 $21,700
Salinas 380 $34,800
Arroyo Grande 330 $25,320
Paso Robles 330 $25,320
San Luis Obispo 330 $25,320
Santa Cruz 330 $29,380
Watsonville 330 $29,380
Merced 290 $32,760
Porterville 280 $27,220
Visalia 280 $27,220
Yuba City 230 $28,770
Napa 190 $31,040
Redding 180 $24,410
El Centro 180 $30,230
Hanford 120 $31,070
Corcoran 120 $31,070
Vallejo N/A $30,000
Fairfield N/A $30,000
     
Metro Area (Colorado) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Aurora 3810 $26,810
Lakewood 3810 $26,810
Denver 3810 $26,810
Colorado Springs 1020 $25,240
Boulder 680 $30,610
Fort Collins 410 $25,970
Greeley 340 $26,120
Pueblo 110 $33,590
Grand Junction 60 $31,470
     
Metro Area (Connecticut) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Norwalk 2130 $38,620
Stamford 2130 $38,620
Bridgeport 2130 $38,620
Hartford 1990 $28,430
East Hartford 1990 $28,430
West Hartford 1990 $28,430
New Haven 1010 $29,260
Danbury 410 $30,790
Waterbury 220 $32,160
     
Metro Area (Delaware) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Dover 210 $25,610
     
Metro Area (Florida) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Fort Lauderdale 7060 $25,040
West Palm Beach 7060 $25,040
Miami 7060 $25,040
Tampa 3910 $24,230
St. Petersburg 3910 $24,230
Clearwater 3910 $24,230
Kissimmee 2010 $24,210
Orlando 2010 $24,210
Sanford 2010 $24,210
Jacksonville 1640 $24,220
Titusville 560 $21,790
Melbourne 560 $21,790
Palm Bay 560 $21,790
Cape Coral 390 $25,010
Fort Myers 390 $25,010
Lakeland 380 $24,570
Winter Haven 380 $24,570
Gainesville 360 $20,920
Ferry Pass 360 $21,970
Brent 360 $21,970
Pensacola 360 $21,970
Bradenton 330 $25,380
Sarasota 330 $25,380
North Port 330 $25,380
Panama City 310 $20,570
Port St. Lucie 310 $24,600
Tallahassee 280 $29,040
Ormond Beach 270 $19,510
Daytona Beach 270 $19,510
Deltona 270 $19,510
Marco Island 220 $25,310
Immokalee 220 $25,310
Naples 220 $25,310
Ocala 200 $25,290
Crestview 150 $23,350
Destin 150 $23,350
Fort Walton Beach 150 $23,350
Vero Beach 110 $27,650
Sebastian 110 $27,650
Punta Gorda 100 $21,780
Sebring 80 $25,280
Homosassa Springs 40 $35,910
     
Metro Area (Georgia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Roswell 8040 $28,040
Sandy Springs 8040 $28,040
Atlanta 8040 $28,040
Savannah 570 $25,580
Macon 310 $23,000
Albany 180 $27,710
Gainesville 160 $29,810
Athens 120 $31,700
Clarke County 120 $31,700
Warner Robins 120 $36,870
Valdosta 110 $22,640
Brunswick 100 $37,830
Rome 80 $27,890
Hinesville 70 $21,870
Dalton 40 $32,100
     
Metro Area (Hawaii) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Urban Honolulu 1480 $33,240
Lahaina 120 $39,320
Wailuku 120 $39,320
Kahului 120 $39,320
     
Metro Area (Idaho) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Boise City 370 $23,860
Idaho Falls 120 $18,280
Coeur d'Alene 100 $20,000
     
Metro Area (Illinois) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 520 $25,130
Peoria 490 $28,180
Rockford 450 $35,860
Bloomington 280 $23,180
Urbana 270 $24,360
Champaign 270 $24,360
Carbondale 140 $24,050
Marion 140 $24,050
Decatur 130 $22,870
Kankakee 90 $29,600
Danville 50 $22,450
     
Metro Area (Indiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Anderson 1680 $23,900
Indianapolis 1680 $23,900
Carmel 1680 $23,900
Fort Wayne 340 N/A
Bloomington 170 $23,690
Muncie 100 $20,200
Goshen 70 $25,900
Elkhart 70 $25,900
Columbus 40 $25,200
La Porte 40 $26,990
Michigan City 40 $26,990
Lafayette N/A $22,040
West Lafayette N/A $22,040
Terre Haute N/A $23,620
     
Metro Area (Iowa) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
West Des Moines 1400 $23,640
Des Moines 1400 $23,640
Cedar Rapids 350 $22,990
Cedar Falls 200 $22,950
Waterloo 200 $22,950
Iowa City 200 $30,260
Dubuque 120 $26,590
Ames 120 $27,340
     
Metro Area (Kansas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Wichita 480 $21,990
Topeka 370 $24,970
Lawrence 60 $30,570
Manhattan N/A $23,880
     
Metro Area (Kentucky) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lexington 460 $32,460
Fayette 460 $32,460
Bowling Green 120 $29,320
Fort Knox 50 $48,530
Elizabethtown 50 $48,530
Owensboro 40 $51,600
     
Metro Area (Louisiana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Orleans 900 $39,840
Metairie 900 $39,840
Baton Rouge 590 $39,430
Shreveport 380 $23,970
Bossier City 380 $23,970
Alexandria 210 $23,650
Monroe 190 $35,030
Lafayette 170 $47,880
Thibodaux 160 $44,110
Houma 160 $44,110
Hammond 70 $44,590
     
Metro Area (Maine) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Portland 560 $28,810
Portland 560 $28,810
Bangor 120 $31,210
Auburn 80 $33,210
Lewiston 80 $33,210
     
Metro Area (Maryland) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Baltimore 4690 $27,360
Towson 4690 $27,360
Columbia 4690 $27,360
Lexington Park 180 $28,780
California 180 $28,780
     
Metro Area (Massachusetts) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
New Bedford 430 $24,980
Barnstable Town 250 $29,780
Leominster 150 $31,380
Gardner 150 $31,380
Pittsfield 130 $30,960
     
Metro Area (Michigan) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Warren 3280 $27,550
Detroit 3280 $27,550
Dearborn 3280 $27,550
Grand Rapids 730 $24,780
Wyoming 730 $24,780
Ann Arbor 610 $24,100
Lansing 400 $27,610
East Lansing 400 $27,610
Portage 360 $27,770
Kalamazoo 360 $27,770
Saginaw 150 $27,480
Battle Creek 120 $27,890
Flint 120 $29,470
Jackson 80 $20,020
Muskegon 60 $23,980
Midland 40 $28,390
Bay City 30 $29,480
Benton Harbor N/A $37,660
Niles N/A $37,660
     
Metro Area (Minnesota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
St. Cloud 280 $30,080
Rochester 180 $36,810
North Mankato 110 $23,580
Mankato 110 $23,580
     
Metro Area (Mississippi) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Jackson 280 $23,520
Gulfport 150 $37,950
Pascagoula 150 $37,950
Biloxi 150 $37,950
Hattiesburg 50 $20,680
     
Metro Area (Missouri) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Springfield 330 $19,370
Columbia 250 $21,940
Joplin 70 $29,120
Jefferson City N/A $40,790
     
Metro Area (Montana) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Great Falls 140 $25,790
Billings N/A $22,700
Missoula N/A $26,070
     
Metro Area (Nebraska) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Lincoln 340 $19,160
Grand Island N/A $52,180
     
Metro Area (Nevada) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Paradise 1820 $24,560
Henderson 1820 $24,560
Las Vegas 1820 $24,560
Reno N/A $25,960
     
Metro Area (New Hampshire) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Manchester 570 $24,730
     
Metro Area (New Jersey) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Trenton 690 $39,690
Bridgeton 310 $55,600
Vineland 310 $55,600
Atlantic City 260 $28,230
Hammonton 260 $28,230
Ocean City 70 $29,990
     
Metro Area (New Mexico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Albuquerque 1060 $23,600
Santa Fe 160 $28,160
Farmington 160 $29,400
Las Cruces 70 $27,030
     
Metro Area (New York) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Niagara Falls 1970 $23,740
Cheektowaga 1970 $23,740
Buffalo 1970 $23,740
Albany 1720 $24,950
Schenectady 1720 $24,950
Troy 1720 $24,950
Rochester 1650 $27,650
Syracuse 980 $23,690
Utica 300 $24,370
Rome 300 $24,370
Kingston 230 $25,170
Binghamton 200 $21,820
Fort Drum 190 $27,320
Watertown 190 $27,320
Ithaca 150 $27,960
Elmira 70 $28,630
Glens Falls N/A $22,620
     
Metro Area (North Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Raleigh 2430 $28,080
Durham 910 $27,240
Chapel Hill 910 $27,240
Salem 450 $24,710
Winston 450 $24,710
Fayetteville 350 $24,350
Wilmington 340 $24,620
High Point 320 $29,330
Greensboro 320 $29,330
Asheville 300 $26,280
Morganton 200 $18,570
Lenoir 200 $18,570
Hickory 200 $18,570
Burlington 160 $23,610
Goldsboro 140 $25,250
Rocky Mount 70 $21,610
Greenville N/A $18,480
Jacksonville N/A $20,640
New Bern N/A $21,800
     
Metro Area (North Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Bismarck 40 $41,810
     
Metro Area (Ohio) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Columbus 3320 $24,130
Elyria 1830 $25,490
Cleveland 1830 $25,490
Dayton 1330 $21,410
Akron 840 $21,890
Massillon 330 $22,710
Canton 330 $22,710
Toledo 310 $25,100
Springfield 110 $27,350
Mansfield 90 $29,890
Lima 50 N/A
     
Metro Area (Oklahoma) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Oklahoma City 1280 $24,300
Tulsa 1130 $34,250
Lawton 210 $33,760
     
Metro Area (Oregon) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Eugene 600 $26,770
Salem 420 $27,450
Medford 270 $26,500
Corvallis 150 $22,730
Albany 110 $24,570
Grants Pass N/A $22,860
Redmond N/A $29,350
Bend N/A $29,350
     
Metro Area (Pennsylvania) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Pittsburgh 2640 $24,640
Harrisburg 520 $22,930
Carlisle 520 $22,930
Hanover 490 $28,130
York 490 $28,130
Scranton 480 $24,570
Barre 480 $24,570
Hazleton 480 $24,570
Wilkes 480 $24,570
Lancaster 430 $27,910
Reading 350 $28,550
Erie 210 $24,010
Johnstown 200 $18,170
Williamsport 150 $23,850
State College 140 $21,890
Berwick 140 $25,700
Bloomsburg 140 $25,700
Gettysburg 130 $24,010
Altoona 110 $20,170
Chambersburg 110 $27,300
Waynesboro 110 $27,300
East Stroudsburg 80 $28,910
Lebanon N/A $18,670
     
Metro Area (Puerto Rico) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Carolina 1870 $22,070
Caguas 1870 $22,070
San Juan 1870 $22,070
Ponce 270 $23,180
Mayag�ez 170 $21,060
Isabela 160 $21,180
Aguadilla 160 $21,180
Guayama 110 $22,760
San Germ�n 90 $17,990
Arecibo N/A $23,000
     
Metro Area (South Carolina) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 1050 $28,130
North Charleston 1050 $28,130
Mauldin 870 $19,560
Anderson 870 $19,560
Greenville 870 $19,560
Columbia 640 $24,850
Florence 210 $19,270
Spartanburg 180 $25,750
Bluffton 180 $29,880
Beaufort 180 $29,880
Hilton Head Island 180 $29,880
Sumter 130 $21,970
     
Metro Area (South Dakota) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Sioux Falls 410 $29,740
Rapid City 170 $27,100
     
Metro Area (Tennessee) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Nashville 2910 $21,850
Davidson 2910 $21,850
Murfreesboro 2910 $21,850
Franklin 2910 $21,850
Knoxville 1020 $21,680
Jackson 130 $32,180
Morristown 110 $33,340
Johnson City 50 $35,920
Cleveland N/A $20,120
     
Metro Area (Texas) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Arlington 8280 $37,900
Fort Worth 8280 $37,900
Dallas 8280 $37,900
The Woodlands 7210 $23,970
Sugar Land 7210 $23,970
Houston 7210 $23,970
New Braunfels 2210 $36,180
San Antonio 2210 $36,180
Austin 1820 $29,950
Round Rock 1820 $29,950
Mission 600 $27,890
Edinburg 600 $27,890
McAllen 600 $27,890
Killeen 420 $50,470
Temple 420 $50,470
El Paso 380 $19,020
Corpus Christi 300 $30,990
Laredo 270 $41,930
Harlingen 260 $45,440
Brownsville 260 $45,440
Lubbock 210 $18,520
Longview 200 $36,560
Waco 190 $28,420
Beaumont 140 $37,410
Port Arthur 140 $37,410
Midland 100 $42,690
College Station 90 $25,670
Bryan 90 $25,670
Abilene 80 $42,960
Sherman 70 $39,830
Denison 70 $39,830
Odessa 60 $44,660
Amarillo 50 $26,920
Wichita Falls 50 $29,680
Tyler N/A $20,040
     
Metro Area (Utah) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Salt Lake City 510 $21,390
Clearfield 280 $26,980
Ogden 280 $26,980
Provo 230 $19,420
Orem 230 $19,420
St. George 60 $18,860
     
Metro Area (Vermont) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
South Burlington 490 $27,190
Burlington 490 $27,190
     
Metro Area (Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Richmond 990 $35,860
Charlottesville 200 $28,510
Roanoke 190 $23,990
Radford 150 $25,350
Christiansburg 150 $25,350
Blacksburg 150 $25,350
Lynchburg 140 $41,440
Harrisonburg 80 $20,040
Waynesboro N/A $32,040
Staunton N/A $32,040
     
Metro Area (Washington) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Tacoma 4770 $29,750
Seattle 4770 $29,750
Bellevue 4770 $29,750
Spokane 620 $23,020
Spokane Valley 620 $23,020
Tumwater 320 $22,080
Olympia 320 $22,080
Yakima 310 $26,120
Bellingham 160 $29,080
Wenatchee 160 $29,230
Kennewick 140 $28,030
Richland 140 $28,030
Silverdale 130 $30,030
Bremerton 130 $30,030
Longview 120 $24,450
Anacortes 80 $28,390
Mount Vernon 80 $28,390
Walla Walla 40 $33,950
     
Metro Area (West Virginia) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Charleston 130 $36,380
Morgantown 80 $23,210
Vienna 30 $38,760
Parkersburg 30 $38,760
Beckley N/A $45,560
     
Metro Area (Wisconsin) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Waukesha 3630 $23,980
West Allis 3630 $23,980
Milwaukee 3630 $23,980
Madison 1810 $26,690
Green Bay 770 $21,510
Appleton 410 $23,270
Beloit 360 $23,610
Janesville 360 $23,610
Racine 290 $25,630
Eau Claire 190 $24,450
Fond du Lac 170 $18,410
Neenah 140 $21,540
Oshkosh 140 $21,540
Sheboygan 60 $20,440
Wausau N/A $22,140
     
Metro Area (Wyoming) Total Employment Annual Median Salary
Cheyenne 200 $26,650
Casper 50 $37,220

Career Stories (Job Profiles) for Preschool Teachers

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Source: 2015 Occupational Employment Statistics and 2014-24 Employment Projections, Bureau of Labor Statistics, BLS.gov.

Industry Jobs Percent Annual Median Salary
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Education 65,920 16% $35,860
Non-profit 19,590 4% $24,520
Government 5,290 1% $29,340
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