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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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WY Quality Counts is your ally for keeping kids engaged in learning, so we’ve put together a selection of FREE resources for you to share with your family.    

Supporting Your Child’s Communication Skills

The capacity to communicate is the ability and desire to connect with others by exchanging ideas and feelings, both verbally and non-verbally. Most children learn to…

Help Your Kids Become Better Listeners

Being a good listener takes concentration and practice, and it’s an important skill to develop. A good listener is an active listener; active listening leads to better…

10 Things Babies Learn When We Sing to Them

Are babies really listening when we sing to them? Absolutely! Here’s what your baby is learning while you sing:

7 Developmental Benefits of the Arts

Simple creative activities are some of the building blocks of child development, including cognitive, social and emotional skills. Here are seven ways participation in…

Why Dancing is Important for Child Development

Dance helps kids develop physically, socially and emotionally, cognitively and psychologically, because dancing involves every part of them – inside and outside. 

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