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Inspired by Hooker Oak Elementary
3rd and 5th Grade
2000-2001 KMAC Kids

Mama Didn't Know

The Mama Didn't Know story was created by the KMAC Kids 2000-2001Link to non-NIEHS site, with special thanks to Bruce Baldwin, John Sweet, Molly Sweet, Beth Koch, Sheryl Clark, and Helen Deatsch. KMAC stands for: Kids Making A Connection, Health & the Environment; the Mama Didn't Know book was made possible by funds received from the Tobacco Tax Health Protection Act of 1988, Proposition 99, under Grant Number 99-85267 with the California Department of Health Services, Tobacco Control Section. California Smokers Helpline -800-NO-BUTTS. KMAC activities were originally supported by an NIEHS grant in K-12 environmental health science education, "Toxrap" Network. You can learn more about NIEHS educational grant programs at the NIEHS K-12 Teacher Enhancement and Development, Environmental Health Sciences K-12 Education Grants materials, and the NIEHS K-12 Initiatives websites.

Other KMAC stories featured by NIEHS:

What's Wrong Whiskers?
Bradley and the Bad Pb
Crabby Kathy
What Could It Be Beverly?
Water, the Never Ending Story
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