عنوان مقاله [English]
Physical education tries to develop the human skills through physical activity. The question is that do educational games can develop the communication skills of preschool children?
The research method is semi-experimental with pre-posttest plan. Subjects include 50 six years old boys. They had arranged randomly in experimental and control groups, 26 in experimental and 24 in control group. Instrument was the observation form in terms of communication skills status. First the subjects scored by educators with communication skills observational form, and then the experimental group started the training. Independent and dependent t tests were used to analyze data.
The results showed that there is a significant difference between the mean of pre-test and post-test in communication skills of children in experimental group, and their communication skills become further(p≥0.0001).
It seems that educational games mechanism is in such a way that can progress nervous system, and then promote social and communication skills of children
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