The Feasibility of POP-UP Book of Traditional Game based on Tri-N for Fine Motor Competence of Elementary School Students
Keywords:pop up book media, traditional games, fine motor skills, elementary school students
This study aims to describe the feasibility of the traditional game pop up book based on Tri-N to improve the fine motor skills of elementary school students based on validation by experts. The research method used is Research and Development and is limited to the fifth stage, namely product revision. The research was conducted at SD Anugrah Tanjungpandan, Belitung district in February 2022. The data collection techniques used were questionnaires and documentation. The data analysis technique used a qualitative descriptive analysis technique with qualitative data results. The results of this study indicate that based on the stages of research that have been carried out, the pop up book media has been validated by three experts, namely material experts, media experts, and first grade teachers. The results of the percentage score of 91% of material experts are in the very good category. The results of the percentage score of 88% by media experts are in the very good category. The result of the percentage score of the assessment by the first grade teacher is 97.3%, including the very good category. Then the average assessment of the three validators is 92.1% and is included in the very good category. Based on these results, it can be concluded that the results of material validation, media validation, and validation by class I teachers are very good criteria, so that the traditional game pop up book based on Tri-N is feasible to be implemented for students and is able to improve students' fine motor skills.
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