Researchıng Effects Of Coordınatıon And Physıcal Educatıon On 6 Years Old Prımary School Chıldren’s Balance And Hand Power Improvement
 
Abstract
In this research, 8 week coordination and physical education teaching programme, are carried out by applying to 6 year-old primary school students to examine its effects on children's balance and hand power improvement. The research consists of 6 year- old chidren. 60 children in total voluntered for this research 30 of whom are experimental group and the other 30 of whom are control group. To examine the effects of physical education programme carried out in the research on children's finger power and static and dynamic comprehension tests were applied. In analysing, datas statistic programme was used. To find the difference between experiment and control group, independent t test was used but to find the difference between pre and last tests of both groups paired samples t test was used. According to statistic results, no significant change was found among all factors in the pre and last tests (p>0,05). Among the last test results of experiment and control group, right finger power, in average dynamic and static test results, showed (p<0,001), right hand holding power and left hand finger power, in average test results, showed (p<0,01), left hand holding power, in average test results, showed (p<0,05) change which is a significiant difference in favour of experiment group. Among the pre and last test results of experiment group, right finger power, in average static and dynamic test results, showed (p<0,001), right and left hand holding power, in average test results, showed (p<0,05), left hand grip strength average test results, showed (p<0,01) significant change in favour of last test. Among the pre and last test results of control group, right hand finger and grip strength, in average dynamic balance test results, showed (p<0,05), left hand finger strength, in average static balance results, showed (p<0,01), significant change in favour of last tests. In average left hand grip strength test results significant changes weren’t found. As a result, it is understood that, planned and long term coordination and physical education programme will improve 5-6 year-old children's gripping strength with static and dynamic balance and finger strength motor properties.
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