Modern Game That Uses Physical Strength

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Hans Bunyamin Yassin
Nor Afni Oktavia


Play is an important thing such as physical, cognitive, language and social development of children, playing is also useful for triggering creativity, educating the brain, tackling conflicts, practicing empathy, sharpening the five senses, therapy and making discoveries (1) interview with one of the teachers who are in the school. What kind of SD Negeri Sungai Ramania are needed by the children in Sungai Ramania Village, with the help of the teacher being able to coordinate what the children want to play, it is found that they can use grades 5 and 6 SD Negeri Sungai Ramania, (2) the implementation is still coordinating with the teacher to be able to gather the children to play soccer, dividing two teams. The first team with male students and the second team with female students. (3) giving prizes for all children who take part in playing soccer. Football games are played on the soccer field of SD Negeri Sungai Ramania, things that are prepared such as balls made of plastic for female students and balls made of rubber for male students -men, this is done so that the purpose of modern games using physical strength can be done. From the results of the above discussion that children by doing activities outside the home by playing modern games such as football can give happiness to those who do it

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Yassin, H. B., & Oktavia, N. A. (2022). Modern Game That Uses Physical Strength. Prosiding Pengembangan Masyarakat Mandiri Berkemajuan Muhammadiyah (Bamara-Mu), 2(1), 116–119. Retrieved from


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