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The School for Refugees (SfR) Program is a network of Dompet Dhuafa Education programs that aims to encourage refugee students to prepare themselves before entering Indonesian public schools. This growth and development aspect also contained in the SfR curriculum. Based on the results of the evaluation of SfR students' learning in the last period, it was noted that there were significant undeveloped aspects, one of which was the fine motor aspect. Observation of SfR facilitators in class A, as many as 4 people were able to use scissors well from 12 people in the class. The purpose of this research was to find out how pattern cutting activities can improve fine motor skills in cutting skills of class A SfR. This research uses classroom action research methods using research instruments in the form of assessment sheets, field notes and documentation. Total sample of 11 children. The result of this research is that there is an increase in the average percentage of students' fine motor skills. One of these things can be seen from the average percentage increase in the ability to
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