Developing Numeracy Skills by Using Numbers Lottery Game

Dinny Mardiana, Achmad Mudrikah


This study aimed to describe: mathematics instruction by using numbers lottery game, numeracy skills of children after participating in instruction, and values that develop during the mathematics instruction. The method used is a qualitative research with the type of case study. Research subjects were the children of B1 class in one kindergarten in Bandung city, headmaster, and teachers who teach in the classroom. The data required are obtained through: observation, interviews, and document analysis. In order to obtain a conclusion, the data collected were processed using interactive analysis. The results showed: numbers lottery game happened naturally according to the abilities of each child, so the children excited to add and subtract numbers obtained through shaking; numeracy skills of children on six indicators measured were at the level of good or very good; and    values that developed during the mathematics instruction were at the level began to develop or habituated.

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