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explain the difference between sequence of develipment and rate of the developemt and why the difference matters with children birth to 19 years
Sequence of development would be the order in which the development happens and the rate of development is the spped at which development happens.
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User: explain the difference between sequence of develipment and rate of the developemt and why the difference matters with children birth to 19 years

Weegy: Sequence of development would be the order in which the development happens and the rate of development is the spped at which development happens.
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Weegy: It is important to recognise the difference so you can identify where children need help or may be at risk of having SEN Read more: [ ]







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