The Related Factors To Development Of Pre-School Age Children In An-Nida Early Childhood Education Lubuklinggau City

  • Nadi Aprilyadi Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes Palembang
  • Ira Kusumawaty Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes Palembang
  • Yunike Yunike Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes Palembang
  • Yeni Elviani Politeknik Kesehatan Kemenkes Palembang
Keywords: Prescholl childern, growth


Growth and development in the pre-school is a fundamental stage of a very influential and became the foundation for the later development (Adriana, 2013). Each phase of the development of the potential for interference, resulting from the influence of various factors. Basic factors or traits and environmental factors or education becomes ghal important to know in order to avoid disruption in the child's development. The purpose of this study was determine the factors associated with the development of preschoolers. The method used is observational analytic cross sectional study. The amount sample of this study were 108 preschool children in Early Childhood Education (ECD). The used sampling technique was purposive sampling. Univariate data analysis using frequency  distribution, bivariate analysis using chi-square, and multivariate logistic regression test. To find child development Denver II used methods that assess the development of social behavior, fine motor movement, gross motor movement and language. To get the data of participation in early childhood
education, birth weight, parenting, sex, nutritional status, maternal education and education dad used questionnaires filled out by parents, whereas for assessing the nutritional status of use Registration Form Nutritional Status Monitoring (PSG) Toddler. The results of the study Test chi-square produce five independent variables (participation ECD, birth weight, parenting, sex and nutritional status) that have a significant relationship with the development of preschoolers and variable father's education and mother's education obtained does not have a meaningful relationship. Logistic regression analysis performed determine which variables most associated with motor development of preschool children is variable participation.