What is Good To Go From Head To Toe?
Good To Go From Head To Toe, Pretend City Children’s Museum’s child-development initiative, educates parents, caretakers and the community about the importance of having children (0-5) receive regular developmental checkups as part of routine, well-child visits.
Did you know?
The key factors in determining if your child is on-track developmentally include:
- Knowing what skills and milestones to look for and when
- Learning what you can do to encourage emerging skills and abilities
As parents and caretakers, we want to help our children reach their greatest potential.
Through regular developmental checkups, you can successfully track your child’s milestones and be aware of what to expect in the days, months and years to come as your child grows.
Why Developmental Checkups?
Developmental checkups are the simplest and fastest way for you to understand and gauge your child’s growth and development. Developmental checkups are most often performed by a medical provider, but parents and caretakers can also do them at home through the Ages and Stages Questionnaire that is available in the lobby of Pretend City and online. Through regular developmental checkups, you can successfully track your child’s milestones and be aware of what to expect in the days, months and years to come as your child grows. Want to learn how?
Play with a Purpose.
Good To Go From Head To Toe encourages play and learning! Through your child’s play, you can recognize emerging abilities and stay on track of his or her healthy development. Play is essential to all areas of development – so encourage your child to explore, wonder, try and learn – while you do the same!
Come play and learn with us at Pretend City Children’s Museum! View our calendar of events.
Family Fun and Wellness Fair
Our 5th Annual Family Fun and Wellness Fair will be on Saturday, June 7, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. and is the perfect early summer kick-off for families. Families will enjoy the various entertainments at the event such as live music performances, face painting, prize giveaways, and more! Learn more!
See Us On TV
Between the ages of 4 to 5, children begin to distinguish sounds and words that rhyme – important reading skills. Pretend City Children’s Museum’s child development initiative, Good To Go From Head To Toe produced this public service announcement to create awareness about healthy child development and the importance of regular developmental checkups for children birth through age five.