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Kids grow all day every day and you can help give them a bright future with brain-boosting activities. But don’t worry—kids don’t need fancy toys to learn. All they need is you.

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Download the 2018 WYQC printable calendar and get illustrations for coloring, silly holidays, and weekly ideas for fun ideas for quality interactions!  
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How does nutrition affect the developing brain?

Brain development is most sensitive to a baby’s nutrition between mid-gestation and two years of age. Children who are malnourished–not just fussy eaters but truly…
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Healthy Mealtimes: Feeding Your Baby and Toddler Right from the Start

Food is at the center of our lives. And it’s much more than the fuel that keeps us going. It can be a source of pleasure, celebration, and—sometimes—challenges….
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What’s Going On in Your Baby’s Mind in the First Year?

There’s a lot going on in babies’ minds in the first year of life, and their early experiences in the world affect how their brains grow in ways that can last a…
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Feelings: The Foundation of Healthy Child Development

It’s important for parents to help their child learn how to cope with their feelings. Learn how parents are their child’s guide in sharing the joys and coping with the…
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Help Your Child Learn To Resolve Conflict

Help Your Child Learn to Resolve Conflicts in a Healthy, Appropriate Way Teddy and Brian, both 2-year-olds, love the book area of their day-care. Teddy picks up a big…
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New in the bonus Store!

Because Wyoming is best explored with a kid by your side, we have developed a take-anywhere booklet of nature activities to work on together. Follow Chuck and Pepper on a voyage of discovery to learn about our state’s amazing lands, plants and animals.  

Wyoming Early Childhood Network

A key part of WY Quality Counts’ goal to support early childhood care is helping connect parents and providers to Wyoming’s many child care resources. Search