Printable Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Chart / Maslow's Pyramid Diagram

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Children cannot learn until basic needs are met. If a child is not seeing clearly, how can they be expected to make it to the top of the pyramid? Vision Screen Every Year.  - repinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our ped therapy, school & special ed pins

Maslow's Hierarchy of Human Needs

Take a SHTF scenario such as a hyperinflationary collapse. The traditional monetary system may become worthless, transportation systems may come to a halt, the utility grid may go down and the popu…

I really like the following list of Maslow's characteristics of 'self-actualizers' as cited on the website. You can see a diagram of Maslow's Heirarchy of Human Needs pyramid a...

A CBT look at Maslows ‘characteristics of self-actualizers’ …

Vehicle File Folder Activities for Children with Special Needs and Autism to work on basic skills!

Vehicle File Folder Activities

Discover the five reasons why children on the autism spectrum do not heal. Learn the steps necessary to reduce or remove the symptoms of autism.

Glasser's basic needs. Could word more child friendly...and ask kids to show what is motivating them to do certain things. Less confrontational than "why did you do that?"

Choice Theory (Dr William Glasser’s positive psychology of human behaviour) has similiar thoughts on what comprises our basic human needs. Amongst other principles, Choice Theory states that the basic human needs are:

Maria Montessori, founder of the exploration-based education philosophy bearing the same name, once said, "Play is the work of a child". Through play, children develop the basic skills that they need to be successful and happy into adulthood. This infographic by is a fun, colorful collection of quotes about the importance of play for a child's fundamental growth and development.

This illustrated list of 42 quotes from leading minds in society shows exactly why play matters and how it can be measured to a child's success.

Science Word Wall for Grades 3-4

Science Vocabulary Word Wall {Grades 3-4}

UNDERSTANING/ INSTRUCTION: Science Word Wall for Grades I pinned this because its a great example of why cross-curricular instruction is important and how it can be done.

This could be used as a large group activity where the students would follow my directions in cutting out the pictures and making sure the words match the description. Helps explains what living things need in order to survive. -S.G

Basic Needs (Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog)

We have been learning about basic needs. We made an anchor chart to show the basic needs of living things.We compared plant needs to animal needs.We wrote about our needs and wants. We sorted picture