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Abstract: The study aimed to find out the impact of a counseling program based on play in reducing hyperactivity among kindergarten children from the viewpoint of teachers and mothers. The quasi-experimental approach was used. A purposive sample was chosen from Educational Growth Kindergarten in Bidya town /Palestine which consisted of (28) children represented in 2 equal groups, one of which was a control group and the other was an experimental group. The experimental group underwent the play-based counseling program which lasted for 6 weeks at a rate of 3 sessions weekly. Post-scale was applied to both groups, and tracking scale to experimental group after 3 months. Results showed that: there is no statistically differences between control group for pre and post-applications; there is a statistical differences between control and experimental groups in the post application in favor of experimental group; there is a statistically significant difference between experimental group of pre and post applications in favor of post-application; there is no statistically significant differences between experimental group between post and follow-up applications. The study confirmed the impact of this program in reducing manifestations of hyperactivity among kindergarten children and recommended that it should be used to help children with hyperactivity.


play Counseling hyperactivity kindergarten children الإرشاد باللعب النشاط الحركي الزائد أطفال الروضة

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