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This research included three objectives; 1) to study the components of a drawing and coloring application by augmented reality technology based on the concepts of multisensory, 2) to construct a drawing and coloring application, and 3) to study the satisfaction of towards using the application. This application was validated by six experts. An accidental sampling experimental research design was applied to 20 primary students. The research instruments consisted of the constructed application and the application evaluation form. The data were analyzed by mean and standard deviation. The research finding were as follows; the application components consisted of 1) Application Module, 2) Marker Module, and 3) 3D Module. The result of evaluating the suitability of the application by design experts indicated among others that: 1) The design (= 4.67, S.D. = 0.48), 2) performance (= 4.74, S.D. = 0.45), and 3) the characteristics of the concepts of multisensory (= 4.52, S.D. = 0.50) were the highest level in all aspects. Most students feel happy, fun and enjoyable with the drawing and coloring application. They gained new recognition experience with coloring activities.
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