LEARNING TO DRAW THROUGH FINGER PAINTING COLOR GRADATION IMPROVES COLOR RECOGNITION
This study aims to improve color recognition to kindergarten students through the application of drawing learning models through borrower printing, the teacher's efforts to introduce primary, secondary, and tertiary colors. This study uses interactive qualitative methods. In daa colection, the teacher with students applied finger painting as a tool to introduce several colors to kindergarten students so that they can determine and collaborate on colors and there was a color gradation through this application. The target of this activity was children aged 4 to 5 years TKIT Syeikh Abdurrauf Banda Aceh with a total of 28 children. The results show that it is known that some children are still not used to applying their fingers in carving paintings. Painting with a brush is considered easier and neater than with finger strokes. It should be understood that fine motor development is movement that involves only certain body parts and small muscles that must be coordinated quickly.
Keywords: Drawing, finger painting, color recognition