Determinants of Related Factors with Development Motor Fine on Age Children 3-6 Years

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Naya Ernawati, Sonia Amalia Putri, Tri Nataliswati


Age 0-6 years is also called the golden period (golden age period). This period is the right period for children development which includes physical, cognitive, emotional, and social aspects. The inability of children to achieve fine motor skills at preschool age will affect the ability of children to enter the next stage of development at school age. The purpose of this study was to determine the determinants associated with fine motor development in children aged 3-6 years at Muslimat NU 15 Malang Kindergarten. This type of research is analytics observational with a cross sectional study approach. The sampling used is total sampling. The number of samples is 52 respondents. The research instruments used a questionnaires, the Denver II test and supporting tools for the Denver II test. The data analysis used are the Chi Square test, odds ratio and multiple logistic regression tests. The results of the study found 5 out of 6 variables indicating that there was a relationship between the independent variables (breastfeeding, nutritional status, immunization, parenting and stimulation) to the dependent variables (fine motor development). In this study, the sex of the child is an independent variables that has no relationships with the child's fine motorcycle development with a p value of

0.571 (> 0.05). The most dominant variable related to children's fine motor development was immunization with p = 0.002, OR 12.4 (95% CI). It is hopefully that parents can pay more attention to the factors that can affect the growth and development of children, so that the child's growth and development is age-appropriate and there are no delays.

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