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Maslow’s Hierarchy of physical, emotional and intellectual needs<br /> Litzajalla Cardenas<br />
Maslow’s theory <br />Maslow believed that a child cannot move from one level to the next if they do not satisfy even the ...
Maslow’s Pyramid <br />
Maslow’s theory Level 1<br />The basics needs of the child cannot be postponed for long because if these needs are not sat...
Maslow’s theory level 1 <br />Some of the basic necessities that a child needs are.<br />Food<br />Shelter<br />Water<br /...
Maslow’s theory level 2<br />The second stage deals with the security and safety needs. <br />A child needs to feel physic...
Maslow’s theory level 3<br />The third stage is related to the child social needs.<br />Such as<br />Love <br />Affection<...
Maslow’s theory level 4<br />This stage deals with esteem and self-esteem. <br />This includes feelings of being<br />Valu...
Maslow’s theory level 5 <br />This is the self-actualization stage.<br />This is the stage where the child attempts to bec...
Maslow’s theory <br />Even though there are five levels to the Maslow theory infant and toddler centers only use the first...
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Maslow’s hierarchy of physical, emotional and intellectual

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Maslow’s hierarchy of physical, emotional and intellectual

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

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