Education of Children in the Area of Physical Actvities as a Foundation for Lifelong Sports

Ludmila Miklánková

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The aim of the research was to analyse the level of movement skills in pre-school aged children in context of stimulation to physical activities at school and in the family background. The research group consisted of 62 pre-school aged children (28 boys, 37 girls) with average age 5,6 years. TGMD-2 test was used for the assessment of the quality of movement skills. Questionnaire ESPA was used for the assessment of the stimulation level to physical actvities of children. The level of pre-school children’s movement skills was assessed in groups with different stimulation to physical activities. Among those groups was found statistical significant difference (p ≤ 0,001). Children with high and above average stimulation to physical activity show higher level of managed movement skills. Due to low age of children, parents play significant role. The research results in pre-school children indicate positive importance of aimed stimulation to children’s physical activity which creates quality basis for future lifelong sports. The data was obtained within the project GF_PdF_2018_006.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v6i11a.3797

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