Nguyen Thi Gam, Nguyen Hung Dung


The article is written to provide accurate, scientific, and comprehensive information on the present status of contents and forms of how physical development activities are organized for kindergartners in Dong Thap province, Vietnam. According to surveys of kindergarten teachers and administrators, it is figured out that gross motor games are the most regularly employed for physical training among preschoolers. The games are frequently conducted inside schoolyards and guided by teachers in 21 to 30 minutes.


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