Analysis of One-Hole Game Tools in Developing Fine Motor Skills in Early Childhood


  • Susanto Susanto State Islamic University Sayyid Ali Rahmatullah Tulungagung, Tulungagung
  • Hendra Setyawan Department of Primary School Physical Education, Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta (UNY)
  • José Vicente García-Jiménez Department of Music, Artistic and Physical Education, Faculty of Education, University of Murcia
  • Ratko Pavlovic Faculty of Physical Education and Sport, University of East Sarajevo
  • Agnieszka Magdalena Nowak Faculty of Rehabilitation, Josef Pilsudski University of Physical Education in Warsaw
  • Nugroho Susanto Department of Sport Science, Faculty of Sport Science, Padang State University (UNP)



Fine motor, Learning media, Accuracy


One of the child’s fine motor development is influenced by the use of educational games. There are many types of educational games used in stimulating children’s fine motor development. But unfortunately in educational institutions, activities that can stimulate children’s fine motor development are still not optimal, in this case educative game media facilities are still lacking. So that children’s fine motor development is still lacking. This study aims to determine how influential the use of educational game tools with the type of one-hole game is on the fine motor development of preschool children. This study used a quasi experiment design with a pretest and posttest design. The sampling technique used total sampling of 25 children with details of 15 girls and 10 boys and aged 4 years to 6 years. Data collection methods using questionnaires and observation. Assessment using the DENVER II instrument sheet taken from the fine motor measurement aspects. Data analysis used was paired sample t-test 2 samples. The results of the study prove that there is an effect of educational game intervention of one hole game type on fine motor development of preschool children. Based on the results of this study that to stimulate children’s fine motor development, it is necessary to increase the frequency of one-hole games.