Ulma Erdilanita, Sulistyorini Sulistyorini, Nurrul Riyad Fadhli


Tujuan penelitian ini adalah mengembangkan model aktivitas fisik pada anak usia dini. Metode penelitian ini yakni Research and Development (R&D). Subjek melibatkan 16 member usia 4-6 tahun di Kinder Movement Indonesia. Pengumpulan data berupa observasi, wawancara dan angket. Hasil analisis kebutuhan kepada 16 member diperoleh hasil bahwa 100% member memerlukan pengembangan model aktivitas fisik baru. Hasil analisis kebutuhan kepada fasilitator diperoleh hasil bahwa fasilitator memerlukan pengembangan model aktivitas fisik untuk menunjang tumbuh kembang anak. Penelitian ini telah melalui dua validasi ahli latihan fisik anak diperoleh hasil 93,75%, dua validasi ahli media diperoleh hasil 89,28%, uji kelompok kecil diperoleh hasil 82,08%, uji kelompok besar diperoleh hasil sebesar 89%. Hasil penelitian dapat disimpulkan bahwa model aktivitas fisik untuk anak usia 4-6 tahun sangat valid dan dapat diterapkan pada member Kinder Movement Indonesia.

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