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Preschool teachers work with children typically between the ages of 3 and 5, helping them develop social and academic skills through play-based learning.

Kindergarten teachers work with children in their first year of formal schooling, helping them transition to a more structured learning environment.

While not exclusive to early childhood, elementary school teachers often work with students in the early grades (K-3), focusing on foundational skills in reading, math, and other subjects.

Childcare workers provide care and supervision for children in various settings, including daycare centers, in-home care, and after-school programs.

Administrators oversee the operations of preschools, daycare centers, and other early childhood education programs, managing staff, budgets, and curriculum.

Special education teachers work with children who have disabilities or special needs, providing tailored instruction and support to help them succeed in a classroom setting.

These professionals work with infants and toddlers who have developmental delays or disabilities, providing early support and interventions to address their specific needs.

Speech-language pathologists work with young children who have communication disorders, helping them improve their speech and language skills.

Child life specialists work in hospitals and healthcare settings, helping children cope with medical procedures and hospitalization through play and education.

Parent educators provide support and guidance to parents, teaching them about child development, parenting skills, and strategies to create a nurturing home environment.

Curriculum developers design educational materials and programs for early childhood settings, ensuring they align with best practices and educational standards.

Consultants offer expertise and guidance to schools and programs seeking to improve their early childhood education practices, often based on the latest research and best practices.
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