Infant and Toddler Positions Our Primrose infant and toddler teachers get the opportunity to guide children through milestone moments. They nurture their curiosity and wonder through our Balanced Learning approach and get to experience the magic of learning every day. Our Primrose infant and toddler teachers get the opportunity to guide children through milestone moments. They nurture their curiosity and wonder through our Balanced Learning approach and get to experience the magic of learning every day.

Infant & Toddler

Nurture Wonder, and Rediscover it Yourself

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Infant & Toddler

At Primrose schools, infant and toddler teachers wear a lot of hats — but babysitter isn’t one of them. Because as a Primrose educator, you’ll have the important role of guiding children through milestone moments. As you nurture their natural curiosity and wonder through our Balanced Learning® approach, you’ll experience the magic of the everyday right alongside them.


For teachers who work with the infant age group — 6 weeks to 12 months old — helping children develop early language and literacy skills will be your focus. Whether you’re talking to students, reading with them or teaching simple sign language, your loving interactions will provide the security and stimulation they need to thrive. Teachers in toddler classrooms build on that foundation for children ages 12 to 24 months old. From guiding independent play at Children’s Choice Learning Centers to the “mind-stretching” exercises you’ll lead every morning, your students will learn to explore the world around them safely and confidently.


Whether you’re drawn to an infant or toddler teacher position, this is a job for someone with a nurturing spirit, the patience to teach, a love of structure and details, a passion for learning, and the creativity to personalize learning experiences for each child.


Why Primrose: A Teacher's Perspective

Investing in You

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Through our curriculum, you will develop the skills needed to advance your career in education or launch the next chapter of your professional career. From communicating with co-teachers, families and students to bringing the curriculum to life for each child, there are opportunities for personal and professional growth every day as an infant or toddler teacher.

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INDUSTRY-LEADING CURRICULUM

Teachers at Primrose schools are educators, not babysitters. They all use our Balanced Learning® approach – an exclusive, research-informed method that gives you both structure and flexibility, so you can make the most of every moment in the classroom.

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SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY

You’ll be part of a team of educators and in-school leaders who feel more like family and are as invested in the children — and your future — as you are.

Invest in Your Future

Children aren’t the only ones learning every day at Primrose. As an infant or toddler teacher, you’ll develop lifelong skills like problem solving, time management, communication, leadership, organization, teamwork, creativity, adaptability and customer service. You also have access to in-school mentorship, support achieving continued education and other career development opportunities that come with working in a professional, accredited environment. But the benefits don’t stop there.


  • Work with your School Leadership Team to create a schedule that fits your life – that means no more night or weekend shifts.

  • Every school has positions that provide an opportunity for growth from Assistant Teacher to Lead Teacher to School Leadership you’ll receive the training you need to make the most of your career.

  • Get experience working in an environment held to rigorous standards of excellence and accredited by AdvancED®, the same accreditation coveted by high schools and universities around the world.

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Ready to make a difference? Start your Primrose journey today at a school near you or at our national headquarters in Atlanta.

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