Psychoeducation “Development Of Children's Potential and Creativity In Using Used Plastic Bottles Into Flower Pots”

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Lisa Sanora Siregar
Sri Rahayu


From the results of the data taken, it is known that it is a very common fact that Indonesia is the 2nd largest contributor of plastic waste in the world. Even if we know that plastic waste in Indonesia has reached 64 million tons per year, which means 3.2 million tons in which there is plastic waste that is thrown away even into the sea. Plastic waste is one of the wastes that is very difficult to decompose. It takes thousands of years for this waste to decompose. But the fact is that from the dangers and negative impacts of this plastic on the environment, there are still a lot of people who use it in their daily lives. As is the case in the village of Tatah Mesjid, there is a lot of waste in the village of Tatah Mesjid, especially along the roads in the village, there is a lot of waste that is scattered and scattered everywhere. Therefore, one way to overcome this is to take an action to invite the children in the village of Tatah Mesjid to be aware of the waste in their village by making flower pots from plastic waste, not only helping to reduce plastic waste in the village but also training creativity and potential for children. there. The development of children's talents and creativity is often less in the spotlight in education, even though in science as well as non-academics it is very important for the progress of children's education. It is from creativity that often allows humans or someone to improve their quality of life. To support the development of children's creativity is also very important the role of a parent, school / teacher and the community in their environment.

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Siregar, L. S., & Rahayu, S. (2022). Psychoeducation “Development Of Children’s Potential and Creativity In Using Used Plastic Bottles Into Flower Pots”. Prosiding Pengembangan Masyarakat Mandiri Berkemajuan Muhammadiyah (Bamara-Mu), 2(1), 129–131. Retrieved from


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