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The objective of this study was to study the result of storytelling activity cooperate tale book and seeing tale in video compact disk on creative thinking of preschool students 57 cases who were upper kindergarten students between the ages of 5-6 years old from 3 schools in Nakorn Pathom Primary Educational Service Area Office 2. The study instruments were 1) story telling activity cooperate tale book plans, 2) seeing tale in video compact disk plans, and 3) Creative Thinking Test by Assoc. Prof. Dr. Aree Phanmanee modified from Torrance Test of Creative Thinking (TTCT) in order to measure 4 scales of creative thinking, namely fluency, originality, elaboration, and resistance to premature closure. The data were analyzed using t-test dependent samples and analysis of covariance (ANCOVA). The finding indicated that the post-test score of creative thinking of preschool students were higher than the pre-test. Moreover, the creative thinking scores of 3 groups who participated in different story telling activities were significantly different. This study recommended that storytelling video compact disk could encourage Original component of creativity more effectively than tale book. However, using video compact disk viewing story telling for encourage creative thinking should be under adult supervision and focus on enhancing interaction with preschool students.
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