Development follows a fixed pattern/sequence: Each child may have a different rate of development. However, the development of all human beings follows a similar pattern, similar sequence or direction. Sequential pattern of development can be seen in two directions: (i) Cephalo-caudal sequence: means that development spreads over the body from head to foot i.e. individual begins to grow from head region down wards. Sufi first gained control on her head, then she could catch hold of objects, sit, crawl and later she could stand and walk. (ii) Proximodistal sequence: means that the development proceeds from central part of the body towards peripheries. In this sequence, the spinal cord of the individual develops first and then outward development takes place. For example, babies cut their front teeth before they cut their side ones. Functionally, Sufi could use her arms before her hands and use her hands before she could control the movement of her fingers.