Isrotul Muslimah, Tomas Iriyanto, Evania Yafie
The purpose of this study was to find out how the application of cheerful weaving activities improves children’s fine motor skills and describe whether cheerful weaving activities can improve children’s fine motor skills. This study uses a classroom action research (CAR) design with qualitative and quantitative approaches. This classroom action research is conducted in two cycles, each cycle of which there are two meetings consisting of planning, implementing, observing, and selecting. The subjects of this study were group B PGRI 03 Kindergarten Tumpang Malang overlapping with 16 children. This research was successful because it showed an increase in the repetition and incorporation of weaving material so that it was easily carried out by teachers and children. The increase can be seen from the pre-action to the second cycle in fine motor skills eye and hand coordination aspects at 62.50%, the accuracy aspect is 62.50%, and flexibility is 68.75%. Based on the presentation of the results of the implementation of cheerful weaving activities children’s fine motor skills proved to be increasing.
Fine Motor Skills, Cheerful Weaving, Children’s Motor Skills
How to Cite:
Muslimah, I., Iriyanto, T., & Yafie, E. (2020, November). Improvement of Fine Motor Skills Through Cheerful Weaving Activities in Group B PGRI 03 Kindergarten Tumpang Malang. In 2nd Early Childhood and Primary Childhood Education (ECPE 2020) (pp. 90-93). Atlantis Press. https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.201112.017