Research Title Development of a set of creative activities based on Gesell's ideas to
develop motoring behavior. In the use of small muscles
Researcher Miss Paweena Moolmeena
Published Year 2019
Objective of this research is to create a Gesell-based creative activity theme and develop the fine motor ability of preschool, kindergarten students. 1/2 (2 years) by creating a series of creative activities based on Gesell's concept, which includes movement: (1) sculpting (2) tear-cutting, adaptation, including (1) splice block. Wood (2) Beading of multi-colored shapes, languages such as (1) Song of the Sun Smile (2) Song of Little Rabbit (3) Music to raise hands Personal and collective habits including (1) 3-color water pouring (2) Pond play sand Which study population Kindergarten 1 students aged between 2-3 years studying at Ban Nong Waeng Child Development Center. Ban Lao Subdistrict Charoen Sin District Sakon Nakhon Province, 30 people, sample group 15 people, research tool, model of creative activity set according to Gesell concept, 7 activity plan, activity plan.
The research results were found that Creating a creative activity theme based on Gesell's ideas from three experts had an IOC value of 0.66-1.00. All students have an overall score of not less than 80 percent. They consisted of 88.33% of fluency, 93.33% flexibility, 81.66% accuracy and control, 89.66% of coordination, and 91.66% of touch perception. Together, have the responsibility to cooperate and listen to others. Have a score of 90.33-95.00 percent. When doing each activity, able to complete the work on time. Think creative and beautiful with a score of 76.66-100.
When comparing individual fine motor ability scores / percentages with behavior, 15 students found that the individual fine motor efficacy scores / percentage and behavior scores did not differ. It can be seen that the ability to use fine muscle is between percent. The individual behavior was between 76.33-100%, which was consistent with the ability and behavior of the target population students.
Keywords: creative activity theme, concept of Gesell, fine motor skills, early childhood students