I've taught pre-school for two years and I'm applying/interviewing for infant/toddler positions. I assistant taught for two years in an infant/toddler combined classroom, currently babysit for a 13-month-old, and I miss the age group. The infant toddler class I was in was Reggio-inspired curriculum, so there was lots of free play, free art, lots of choices for the children, etc. I'm just looking for advice as to what a "typical" infant or toddler room looks like, how the curriculum is, how you assess, and what the directors will be looking for in interviews. Also any "must haves" or creative ideas for these ages. Basically, tell me about working with infants and toddlers!