Hi Dragonfly... well I also have a multiple subject (transferred out of state). I assume then that you did student teaching and took methods courses?
In my situation, I just needed 2 courses.... I took two of the ones mentioned by someone else but I heard somewhere else it could of really been any 2... I had student teaching in kindergarten, and if you did too... and can get a letter from the university verifying that, then it counts as a course AND "supervised" experience. Based on that I got a site supervisor permit. With a permit you can work at Title 5 locations (those receiving federal money).
It would be worth it to submit your application and have them look over it. They won't tell you if any of your classes qualify without giving them money. Generally though, it's courses that begin with "ECE" or "CD" (child development).
Okay I cut and pasted this from their website:
"I hold a Multiple Subject Teaching Credential. What courses would I need in addition to my credential that would allow me to teach preschool?
To qualify for the Site Supervisor Permit under Option 4, you will need to verify the completion of six semester units (of the 12 required) in Early Childhood Education. Your elementary student teaching will meet the supervised field experience requirement. Completing an elementary teacher preparation program also qualifies you for the School-Age Emphasis, so be sure to request this on your application form"
They don't tell you here that the student teaching has to be kindergarten (students 5 and below). They accept 1 class (25%) of school-age methods towards the 4 needed. Actually I'm pretty sure the student teaching itself counted as another class too.
Not even the advisors at the college I got the courses from had heard of this.
I hope thats helpful, you can send me a message if you want more info.