The Existence of Traditional Games as a Learning Media in Elementary School
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This study discusses the existence of traditional games as a learning medium in school. The traditional game is crucial to be developed among children, especially elementary school children. The goal is to restore the love of traditional games through the Physical Education (PE) class, namely increasing the cohesiveness of children to move, increasing children's focus in thinking, and reducing the harmful effects of technology influence in this era of development. The results showed that this activity needed cooperation among students, classmates, teachers, parents, and society. Traditional games used in learning media include Sunda Manda, Boy-Boyan, and Menu Galah. In this game, students are trained to learn to count, concentrate, and balance the body.