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Changes in some of the motor abilities of preschool children (age four)


Živčić, Kamenka; Trajkovski-Višić, Biljana; Sentderdi, Manuela
Changes in some of the motor abilities of preschool children (age four) // Facta Universitatis. Series: physical dducation and sport Series: Physical Education and Sport, 6 (2008), 1; 41-50 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, članak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Changes in some of the motor abilities of preschool children (age four)

Autori
Živčić, Kamenka ; Trajkovski-Višić, Biljana ; Sentderdi, Manuela

Izvornik
Facta Universitatis. Series: physical dducation and sport Series: Physical Education and Sport (1451-740X) 6 (2008), 1; 41-50

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, članak, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Sports program; preschool children; motor abilities

Sažetak
On a sample of 96 children (57 children in the experimental group and 39 children in the control group), all at the age of four, initial and final measurements were carried out with the aim out of determining their motor abilities. On the basis of the participation of the experimental group in the realization of the sport program assigned to the preschool children, at a rate of four days per week for 50 - 60 minutes, all of the possible differences in motor abilities between the experimental and control group during the initial and final check-up over a period of nine months were observed. The tests used to check the motor abilities were: the "shuttle run" (agility test), walking backwards, "school-hops", sit-ups, long jump, holding pull-ups, V-sit and reach, the lateral split and lying extension. All the tests used to check motor abilities were evaluated for discrimination, reliability and validity. The obtained results pointed to valid metric test characteristics. Changes in the area of motor abilities were evaluated by a T-test for independent samples between the experimental and control group as part of an initial and final check. The obtained results show that there is no difference between the groups in the initial check, while in the final check there was a statistically significant difference showing the advantage of the experimental group, which points out that the children who participated in the sport program improved their motor abilities.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Pedagogija



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Ustanove
Kineziološki fakultet, Zagreb