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Now more than ever before, research provides evidence which identifies the impact of early experiences on lifelong health and development. Nurturing relationships in infancy and early childhood provide the foundation for young children to grow and develop their full potential; yet, many young...
Knitters, crocheters, and crafters are needed for a grassroots campaign across North America to make purple colored baby caps which will be delivered to families in November and December with the Period of PURPLE Crying Program. The due date for these caps are October 1, 2014.   The main goal...
  Heatstroke is the number one killer of children, outside of car crashes. That’s why the Administration for Children and Families, as well as Smart Start Oklahoma have joined with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to attempt to reduce these deaths by reminding...
  Did you know that today is your one shot until November to change the course of history in Oklahoma and the United States? A vote cast today can dramatically change the direction this state takes in key areas such as early childhood opportunities, education, and other human services. If you...
To help more pregnant women and new moms increase their knowledge about caring for their health and giving their babies the best possible start in life, the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition launched text4baby, the first free health text messaging service in the U.S. Text4baby...
  The National Smart Start Conference took place May 5-8 in Greensboro, North Carolina. Three members of the Smart Start Oklahoma office, as well as representatives of the nineteen Smart Start communities, attended this event. The conference gathered early childhood advocates and providers...
On Friday, April 11, legislators from around the state of Oklahoma read to children in their district for Legislative Read Day. The goal of this event was to promote early literacy across the state in honor of Week of the Young Child. Each of the eight sites had legislators reading books to groups...
  Each and every April, partners from all around the state celebrate Child Abuse Prevention month and Week of the Young Child. There are several ways to commemorate Child Abuse Prevention and Week of the Young Child. Smart Start Oklahoma and Reach Out and Read Oklahoma covered two trees in...
  School readiness is a concept that many can get behind, but it can be hard to define for some. Standardizing a definition is one way that Oklahomans can start to understand what school readiness is. The Oklahoma Partnership for School Readiness Board unveiled their definition of school...
  As spring begins and winter draws to a close, do not discount the chance of getting sick even as the weather makes you crave snow cones rather than soup. The flu, with its multiple strands, as well as other respiratory illnesses and stomach bugs mean that anyone is liable to catch something...
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