Increasing Cognitive Development of Children through Science Games in PAUD Permata Bunda B2 Group Subdistrict Lembah Gumanti, Solok Regency
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This study was motivated by the low cognitive abilities of the B2 BUD group Permata Bunda children in Lembah Gumanti Subdistrict, Solok Regency . The aim of the study was to improve cognitive development of children through science games. The type of research used is classroom action research (CAR) with two cycles. The research subjects were children in the B2 BUD ECD group in Gumanti Valley District, Solok Regency with a total of 15 children, 8 men and 7 women. The data collection technique used is in the form of observation sheets and interviews, then the format of the assessment results is processed using percentage techniques. The results showed that there was an increase in children's cognitive development. In the first cycle, it was still low with a percentage of completeness value of 29.3%. Then continued in the second cycle of cognitive development of children experienced an increase of 81% and showed positive results. This is because learning is obtained through the activities of science games designed by teachers with creativity. Thus it can be concluded that science games can improve children's cognitive development.
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TY - CONF AU - Oktawisra PY - 2019/08 DA - 2019/08 TI - Increasing Cognitive Development of Children through Science Games in PAUD Permata Bunda B2 Group Subdistrict Lembah Gumanti, Solok Regency BT - Proceedings of the Padang International Conference on Educational Management And Administration (PICEMA 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 246 EP - 251 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/picema-18.2019.51 DO - 10.2991/picema-18.2019.51 ID - 2019/08 ER -