Kindergarten Student Weaving Creativity Using Simple Origami

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Nadia Izzati
Muthmainnah Muthmainnah

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Kindergarten education (TK) is place education for the age range of four to six years. Most people believe that kindergarten is not an educational institution that must be undertaken. However, in fact kindergarten education has an important for human life in the future. Early childhood kindergarten is essentially education that is used to facilitate the growth and development the childrens, which will later shape the child's personality. Education carried out in kindergarten must be able to support various aspects of development such as cognitive, language, social, emotional, physical and motoric abilities (Anderson, 1993). One aspect of this development can be trained through various simple arts, one of which is weaving. Performing artistic activities, such as weaving, can reveal many things, especially in terms of cognitive, emotional, and motoric abilities. Weaving is generally done using natural materials such as leaves to form an object that can be used. However, with the development of the times, creativity in weaving was developed so that it did not only use materials such as leaves, one of which was using origami. Origami is shaped in such a way that it can develop into weaving creativity so that it is safer and easier to use for children. The creativity of weaving using simple origami is not only safer and easier to do, it is also able to develop children's creativity and emotions.

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Izzati, N., & Muthmainnah, M. (2022). Kindergarten Student Weaving Creativity Using Simple Origami. Prosiding Pengembangan Masyarakat Mandiri Berkemajuan Muhammadiyah (Bamara-Mu), 2(1), 32–36. Retrieved from http://proceeding.mbunivpress.or.id/index.php/bamara/article/view/621
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