Oh, I agree, teaching 3 year olds is definitely a learning curve. You have to learn to adjust to lots of different personalities and make sure no one gets left out. My problem with my class was that when I first started there were 2 of us to a class of about 6 (while we were learning) then the holidays hit and attendance was low, so the classes all got redistributed and I had about 4 in my preschool class, which was fine. But since holidays have been over, attendance has come back up, and we have had lots of adds, so I was trying to handle 11. Not only that but there are a few kids that can't sit still and can't be quiet and in a class that large, I was spending most of my time trying to keep order and basically just keeping them moving. So we opened another class and tried to split up the worst (not that any of them are in any way shape or form, bad) and this weeks class went so much smoother we actually got to work on some skills. Big relief, I did however, finally give up on one little girl,(she was the one that I had to watch constantly because she ran off every time you took your eyes off her) and we convinced her mom to bring her to Mommy and Me classes for a while, till she learns to stay put better. SO even with 7 in class and including my worst troublemaker, we had a good class and much safer on monday. I still love them , and wouldn't give up my little ones. They are so cute and they really try. But I still enjoy my 4 and 5 year olds the best.