A position opened up at my kids' former preschool. I applied and it sounds like I might has a shot at it. Unforunately I really have no clue about teaching preschoolers. The position is for the assistant teacher so I won't be on my own. My degree is high school, I sub a lot in elementary school, but not a whole lot with preschool. I'm not lost on the developmental level of preschoolers; I have two kids, 6 and 4. I also teach the preschool class at church often. The church class is the only reason I am even open to the idea. Now what do I do to get the job? I have nothing physical that shows I know about preschoolers. My portfolio has nothing in it related to preschoolers. What should I study to prepare for this interview/job? Should I make up some lesson plans/charts/decorations to show off? I won't hear back from the school until middle of July so I have time to plan. Oh and its HeadStart if that helps any.