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Smart Start of New Hanover County works to ensure that every child, birth to 5, has the opportunity to enter school prepared for success.
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 12
As you and your family prepare, consider your possibilities and your options. .
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 12
Here are a few web resources to keep on hand as this week progresses. .
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 11
5 Ways to Keep Kids Entertained During a Power Outage: Here's how to keep kids entertained even when the lights go out. .
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 11
HURRICANE PET SAFETY Pets depend on us for their safety and well-being, so be sure to include them in your family’s emergency response plan. Information from can help you design a safety plan for your pets.
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 11
Hurricane Preparedness with Elmo What's the best way to talk to kids about staying safe during a hurricane? Stephanie Abrams and special guest Elmo discuss storm safety and preparation! .
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 10
is hosting 3 free trainings in NC for early childhood advocates to learn how to work with policymakers on issues that support infants, toddlers, their educators, and their families. .
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 8
issued an executive order directing NC to create an Early Childhood Action Plan. will develop a plan devoted to health, safety, & developmental & academic readiness of young children across NC. Read
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 6
"A child’s quality of life influences their ability to succeed as adults. Investing in resources for young North Carolinians to build a foundation of good health is vital to their well-being and good for our state." Read more
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 6
Free Webinar: Learn what NC voters say about where early learning falls on their priorities for the state; how they think NC is doing on early learning; where they want greater investment... Register at .
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 5
3rd Grade Reading Proficiency: 60 leaders from child health, family & community supports, and birth-3rd grade education systems in NC have worked for a year to develop the Action Framework. Keep reading . @ncecf@ncsmartstart
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 4
Why Do Parents Spend So Much On Child Care, Yet Early Childhood Educators Earn So Little? Watch this very informative video from .
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ZERO TO THREE Aug 31
Given what we know abt ...we don’t have the luxury of waiting for PreK...before we start working to ensure that ALL ...receive . - It's time to !
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ECLC Sep 2
promotes healthy eating habits early. Learn more at
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Vroom Sep 3
: Play a guessing game. Make facial expressions and body movements and have your child guess who/what you are. Take turns! This helps them build perspective and communication skills. Learn more about and :  
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Smart Start of NHC Sep 3
Interested in learning more about advocacy? Free registration for webinars by Visit
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Smart Start of NHC Aug 30
Have you registered yet for our FREE Parenting Seminar Series? 9/12, 6:30pm: Balancing Work and Family 9/13, 9:00am: Biting Visit .
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Smart Start of NHC Aug 30
New education research? A good chance it’s from North Carolina. “The fact that we are learning things in NC is tremendously useful for informing policy and practice in other states." Learn more from at .
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Smart Start of NHC Aug 29
What is Wonder? Wonder implies curiosity, a desire to know something. "Wonder is the beginning of wisdom" - Socrates Read more from
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Smart Start of NHC Aug 28
Smart Start of NHC is currently processing vendor requests for our Early Childhood Family Festival on Saturday, Nov. 3rd. Contact us today to reserve your table, and help us support families of young children! 910.815.3731 For event details, visit
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