Dr.Hab., Professor L.N. Voloshina1
Dr.Hab., Professor V.L. Kondakov1
PhD, Associate Professor E.N. Kopeikina1
PhD I.G. Voloshina1
1Belgorod State National Research University, Belgorod
Objective of the study was to determine the degree of parents' readiness to manage the motor activity of their preschool-aged children in terms of family education.
Methods and structure of the study. The study involved 784 parents of the 4-6-year-olds attending the Municipal Budgetary Pre-School Educational Institutions No. 57, 64, 76, 86 and Municipal AutonomousPre-School Educational Institution No. 69 in Belgorod. The poll was conducted using the Internet opinion test service - "Yandex. Glance".
Results and conclusions. We identified the factors limiting the optimization of children's motor activity at home. The family members pay little attention to morning exercises, gymnastics on waking, and dynamic pauses. Restriction of children's motor activity in terms of family education is not only due to the inadequacy of the spatial and application environment but also due to the lack of experience in interaction within a mixed-aged group, lack of experience in the organization of small forms of health and fitness activities; insufficient attention given by adults to the alternation of children's activities, as well as the low level of self-esteem on the part of parents about their own role in raising a healthy preschooler. The authors acknowledge the ambiguity of the obtained data on the parents' assessment of their children's motor mode at home. An objective evaluation of its volume, intensity, time and comparative analysis requires diagnostic studies, which is the direction for further research.
Keywords: motor activity, readiness, regulation, optimization, family education, motor mode.
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