A brief summary of the research
The effect of recreational kinetic games on developing some of the kinetic abilities of students aged 7-9 years
Prof. Dr. Labib Zoyan Maseikh 1, Walid Khairallah Faihan 2
University of Anbar/College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences 1
University of Anbar/College of Physical Education and Sports Sciences 2
( 1 email@example.com, 2 firstname.lastname@example.org)
Abstract: Recreational kinetic games are among the most important sports activities practiced by children at the age of (7~9) years because they provide them with many opportunities to practice the kinetic duties that are given to them. .
The study aimed to prepare recreational kinetic games to develop some kinetic abilities of children aged (7-9) years, and to identify the extent of the effect of recreational kinetic games in developing some motor abilities of students aged (7-9) years.
The researchers used the experimental method for its relevance to the research problem. They also chose a sample of their research from the students of Al-Ashbal Primary School, which numbered (20) students and were divided into two equal groups, the control group and the experimental group, and after the assistance of experts and specialists in the field of physical education lesson, some motor abilities and tests were selected as well as The validity of the recreational kinetic games developed by the researchers and the validity of the prepared curriculum, and in light of the results, the researchers recommended emphasizing the use of recreational kinetic games in the primary school curriculum and giving them great importance because of their positive aspect in developing the motor abilities of students aged (7-9) years, as well as their role In developing social interaction in order to create a tolerant, cooperative and loving society for all, emphasizing also its main role in teaching mathematics because of its importance in daily dealings.
Opening words: Recreational kinetic games – motor abilities – for children aged (7-9) years.