Early Children's Cognitive Ability through the Alphabetgameat TK ABA I City Padangsidimpuan, Nort Sumatera Indonesia

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Dr. Darliana Sormin, Dr. Mursal Aziz, I. Rosmaimuna, Sri Wahyuni, Rahmah Yasrah, Idawati M. A.


Early childhood education is an effort aimed at children from birth to the age of six which is carried out through the provision of educational stimuli to help physical and spiritual growth and development so that children have readiness to enter further education levels. The formulation of the problem in this research is how teachers create alphabet games that can improve children's cognitive development. The purpose of this classroom action research is to improve children's cognitive abilities through alphabet games. The type of research used is classroom action research which was carried out at TK ABA 1 Padangsidimpuan in group B, totaling 15 children using the question and answer method, direct practice, giving assignments, techniques used in data collection in the form of observation, research results format and documentation and then processed by the presentation technique. This classroom action research was conducted in two meetings. Each cycle has shown an increase in children's cognitive abilities. Thus, classroom action research using alphabet games can improve children's cognitive abilities, especially in TK ABA 1 Padangsidimpuan, Nort Sumatera Indonesia.

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