Effectiveness of experimental system in children’s mastering of main manual motor skills

Keywords: motor, stereotype, asymmetry, children

Abstract

Purpose: determine effectiveness of simulated system of pre-school age children motor functioning’s preventive development for mastering of main movements for manual skills. Material: in the research five years’ children (control group n=150 and experimental group n=120) participated. Results: it was determined that transition from uncomfortable to comfortable for a child conditions of exercises’ fulfillment facilitates quicker formation of required motor program. It is connected with the fact that, independent on orientation of manual motor asymmetry progressing of semi-spheres’ interaction takes place. This interaction is an important condition of increasing of child functioning’s effectiveness in different aspects. Achievement of such result was also facilitated by physical exercises, which children practiced at home. Functioning of physical culture instructor and kindergarten teachers was also important: they formed parents’ conscious position concerning importance of such trainings; recommended effective means and methods. Conclusions: application of the offered system ensures much better result than traditional approach to this problem. It is one of keys to prevention of negative tendencies in development of pre-school age children.

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2015-07-28
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Galamandjuk LL. Effectiveness of experimental system in children’s mastering of main manual motor skills. Pedagogics, psychology, medical-biological problems of physical training and sports. 2015;19(7):3-0. https://doi.org/10.15561/18189172.2015.0701
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