Supporting children's development
Supporting children's development

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Supporting children's development

Section 1 quiz

Well done; you have now reached the end of Section 1 of Supporting children’s development, and it is time to attempt the assessment questions. This is designed to be a fun activity to help consolidate your learning.

There are only five questions, and if you get at least four correct answers you will be able to pass the quiz.

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