The Influence Of Mozaic Techniques On Development Fine Motor In Children Aged 3-4 Years In Early Childhood Education Programs (ECEP) Family Planning (FP) Pancasila Serang Banten July Period 2022
Background: The high number of children who have fine motor skills that are not appropriate for their age is 38.9%
in PAUD KB Pancasila because there are still many parents who do not understand fine motor skills that are
appropriate for their child's age and also they do not stimulate their children's abilities. The first five years of
growth are usually called the golden age, the window of opportunity, and the critical period. Children aged 0-5
years, the development of intelligence increases by about 50% and in children aged 6-8 years it increases by up to
80%. Objective: To find out the effect of mosaic technique on fine motor development of preschool children 3-4
years old at PAUD Ciomas, Serang Regency, Banten, for the period of July 2022. Methodology: The research
design used was quasi-experimental with one group pretest and posttest design. The population in this study were
children aged 3-4 years who attended PAUD Ciomas totaling 126 respondents. This research will be conducted in
PAUD Ciomas Serang. The time of the research will be carried out in July 2022. Result of research: It is known that
the average result of fine motor development of children aged 3-4 years before being given the mosaic technique is
5.4. The average result of fine motor development of children aged 3-4 years after being given the mosaic technique
is 9.5. There was an increase in the fine motor development of children aged 3-4 years after being given the mosaic
technique as much as 3.9. Conclusion: Based on the different test results of fine motor development of children aged
3-4 years before and after doing the mosaic technique, a significant value was obtained 0.000 <0.05, meaning that
there were changes in the fine motor development of children aged 3-4 years before and after doing the mosaic
technique. Suggestion: It is hoped that all health workers will provide more counseling about the development and
growth of children according to their age. And it is hoped that routinely in holding posyandu.
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