|Panggung Sutapa||Yogyakarta State Universityfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|THE DIFFERENCE IN THE EFFECTS OF BIRTH TYPES ON THE MOTOR SKILLS OF CHILDREN AT AN EARLY AGE|
|Influence, Kind of Birth, Motor ability, Sports Science, Early Age|
Objectives: This study aims to determine differences in the effect of birth on motor skills of early childhood. Many beliefs in the community that the type of birth and even birth day have an effect on the ability of intelligence and motor, in this research will be revealed the truth of the community's belief about motor skills. Methods: The method of this research is survey with observational approach, population in this research are children of early age in Pakem sub district, while sampling technique with purposive sampling, amount of each type of birth counted 19 child. A data collecting device with a parent's checklist for the type of birth and motor skills test in the form of a 25-meter sprint, long jump without prefix, throwing the ball with one hand, arranging the coca-cola bottle into a 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 home model , walks over the beam 2 meters back and forth and reflects the ball on the floor and then captures it. Data analyst using one-way variance analysis with 5% significance level. Results: The results showed that there was a significant difference between normal birth types using a pacemaker or a caesarean. For a child born with a caesar the average motor score is better when compared with the type of normal birth or by using a pacemaker, while the normal birth better average motor ability than birth by using a pacemaker. Conclusion: The conclusion of this study was that there was a difference in the effect of the type of birth on motor ability in early childhood P <0.05 and based on the mean difference of children born by cesarean delivery at the highest motor ability, then the birth of normal and new birth using pacemaker.