Departmental Bulletin Paper 専門職のチームと保育園の協力による研究及び実践の試み : 園児の運動発達について
The System of Cooperation of a Professional Team and a Nursery School for Early Childhood Motor Development
The System of Cooperation of a Professional Team and a Nursery School for Early Childhood Motor Development

上岡, 尚代  ,  橋本, 和幸  ,  菅沼, 徳夫  ,  宮島, 恵樹  ,  伊藤, マモル

This study reports on the outcomes of collaborative attempts of a professional team and a nursery schoolto study and to practice the motor development of kindergarten children, which was implemented at therequest of Kindergarten A 2015. The objective of the first stage of this project in 2015, was acquiring anunderstanding of the reality of kindergarten children, We conducted interviews of the kindergarten staff andasked parents about the following matters: the children's development, exercise-games at the kindergarten,how they spent their free periods, how they spent their time at home, their meals and their lessons. Methodology: We interviewed the kindergarten staff, and carried out living conditions a survey ofkindergarten children using contact notes, which ware being used in communication between the nurseryschool and the parents. Result 1: Physique of children: Compared with the results of the survey conducted by the Ministry ofHealth, Labor and Welfare in 2010, our results indicated that the height and their weight of the subjectswere greater than the national average. Result 2: Children’s exercise time in the kindergarten: The time for playing outdoors lasting from 30minutes to 40 minutes was provided, but no time for compulsory exercises was provided.Result 3: The contents of the outdoor play of children: More than half of the children physical activities,such as exercise-games and games. Resullt 4 : Exercise time at home: Parents’answers indicated that about half of the children hardly didany exercises and the number of the children exceeds that of the children who did exercise for 30 minuteson average. Result 5: The relation between the presence or absence of lessons in the motor system and the totalestimated exercise time: The children who took lessons in the motor system had significantly more totalestimated exericse time than the children who did not. Result 6: Bedtime and meals: The average time when the children in the five-year old class went to bedwas 9:39pm. 26.1% of the children went to bed after 10:00pm. Some went to bed even after 11:00pm.Regarding meals, parents’answers indicated that half of the children had some kind of problem such as theirlikes and dislikes, snacks, allergies, skipping meals and over-eating.

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