The Role of Kampung Lali Gadget in Developing Children's Creativity

Izathun Al Charimah Ana Safitri, Agus Suprijono, Muhammad Jacky


This study aims to describe the role of Kampung Lali Gadget in developing children's creativity in this study using qualitative research methods with descriptive research types with the main informant of the study, namely the founder of Kampung Lali Gadget and visitors, namely teachers, students and parents. The data collection techniques used in this study are observation, interviews, and documentation, as well as data analysis used in this study, namely data collection, data reduction, data presentation, and conclusions.  The result of this research is the role carried out by Kampung Lali Gadget in developing children's creativity. The role referred to in this study is what activities can be done and other things that can be done as a form of effort to develop creativity by introducing traditional games to children and other activities such as making various kinds of play tools themselves from natural materials available in Pagarngumbuk village, Wonoayu District, Sidoarjo Regency, East Java.


Kampung Lali Gadgets, Creativity, Children

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