Improving Fine Motor Skills of Kindergarten B Children Through Tapping Activities at TKIT At-Taqwa Surabaya

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  • Lia Fatkhiatur Rohmah Universitas Negeri Surabaya
  • Nurul Khotimah Surabaya State University, Surabaya, Indonesia



Fine Motor, Labeling, Early Childhood


This Study aims to improve fine motor skills in early childhood through labeling activities at TKIT At-Taqwa Surabaya. Action research is the method used in this study. It is important to remember that each cycle used includes planning, action, observation and reference. The ten children who participated in this study all experienced difficulties in their fine motor skills. The data collection techniques used were field notes and documentation. The study relied on Mills' 71 percent success rate. Fine motor skills in children were found to increase by 21 percent when participating in labeling activities, according to the results of this study. The hypothesis that labeling activities in early childhood improve fine motor skills was confirmed by this increase.


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