This research is a correlative study that is oriented towards comparing the state of liking children of primary school teachers in the context of socio-demographical and occupational characteristics. The scale which was developed for this aim was conducted to 828 primary school teachers. By using descriptive and inferential statistical methods, answers to the questions of this research were sought. The dependent variable of this research is the "liking of children" score obtained from the Barnett Liking of Children Scale which was adapted to Turkish. The Independent variables are teachers' sex, age, marital status, number of children if they have, number of working years as teacher, state of being a classroom or branch teacher and state of doing some activities related to children. According to the findings of this study. as to sex and the number of children teachers have there is no difference in the level of liking children. but liking of children scores of teachers who are between 40-50 ages. married. and who have children arc higher.