Learning Through Playing Traditional Games To Improve The Social Emotional Skill of Children B1 TK Pradnyandari III

  • Putu Indah Lestari Universitas Dhyana Pura, Badung, Indonesia
  • Elizabeth Prima Universitas Dhyana Pura, Badung, Indonesia


The aim of this research was to improve the social emotional skill of the early child through the implementation of traditional game after 2 cycles.This research used a classroom action research design with observation method. The subjects of this study were 22 children of B1 TK Pradnyandari III in academic year 2016/2017. The result of this research was, in Cycle I 68,18% (15 children) reached the completeness learning mastery; 31,82% (7 children) had not reached. Cycle II, the result was 90,91% (20 children) reached the learning mastery; 9,09% (2 children) had not reached.The implementation of traditional games can enhance children's social emotional skill. Based on the research findings there was an improvement of 22.73% learning mastery of the children from Cycle I to Cycle II. Traditional games can be piloted in other areas of development skill in early childhood education.