Early Childhood in Kansas
Kansas Early Childhood Systems Building Effort
Blueprint for Early Childhood
Children’s Initiatives Fund
Annual Investment Impact Report
Common Measures Initiative
Kansas Early Childhood Block Grant
Kansas Prevention Investments Annual Report
TOP Longitudinal Study
Limited Edition Prints
Early Education Matters
CIF Alignment to Blueprint
Investing in Early Education
CIF Primary Populations Served
Creating a Visual Schedule
ECBG interventions bolster family and home supports
ECBG services support healthy parenting skills
Early ECBG services to address developmental delays can help bolster social and emotional development
Early ECBG services to address developmental delays can help school readiness
What Does Early Learning Look Like?
Early Head Start
tips for modeling healthy management of parental stress
children in poverty aged 2-9 are twice as likely to have a tooth decay and twice as likely not to have dental care for tooth decay
Healthy Brains are Developed in Environments that are Loving, Encourage Exploration, and Responsive
All 5 Senses Contribute to Early Learning and Brain Development
You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You cna steer yourself any direction you choose - Dr. Suess
700 New neural connections are made in the first year of life
childhood should be carefree, playing in the sun; not living a nightmare in the darkness of the soul
Support Parents by...
Our lives begin to end The day we become silent about things that matter.
social, Behavioral, Psychological, Physical
Promote Healthy Development of speech and Language
Speech and Language
Help Kids Live Active, Healthy Lifestyles
In an emergency your child should know who to call
In an emergency your child should know how to get out of the home.
In an emergency your child should know where to meet
What Summer means for low-income children
What does early learning look like?
You can't depend on your eyes when your imagination is out of focus.
Helping children Develop Resiliency
Helping children Develop Resiliency, understanding sensitivity
For KCCTF Grantees
Technical resources and support for DAISEY are available by
The Cabinet’s Toolbox: A Guide for Financial Sustainability
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