Maslow’s hierarchy of physical, emotional and intellectualPresentation Transcript
Maslow’s Hierarchy of physical, emotional and intellectual needs Litzajalla Cardenas
Maslow’s theory Maslow believed that a child cannot move from one level to the next if they do not satisfy even the basic needs. Maslow hierarchy theory contains five different levels.
Maslow’s theory Level 1 The basics needs of the child cannot be postponed for long because if these needs are not satisfied the child will not advance to the next level. The first stage is the Physiological needs or biological needs. The first stage is the fulfillment of basic Biological needs such as hunger
Maslow’s theory level 1 Some of the basic necessities that a child needs are. Food Shelter Water Activity Rest Air
Maslow’s theory level 2 The second stage deals with the security and safety needs. A child needs to feel physically secure. Safe Protection.
Maslow’s theory level 3 The third stage is related to the child social needs. Such as Love Affection Care Attention Emotional support
Maslow’s theory level 4 This stage deals with esteem and self-esteem. This includes feelings of being Valued Appreciated Accepted
Maslow’s theory level 5 This is the self-actualization stage. This is the stage where the child attempts to become what they are capable of becoming.
Maslow’s theory Even though there are five levels to the Maslow theory infant and toddler centers only use the first two levels. Since they deal with the primary necessities of the children. Such as biological needs and physical safety needs.