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The purposes of this research were 1) to study experience-enhancement activity provision for developing EQ of students in child development center for parents, 2) to construct experience-enhancement activity provision for developing EQ of students in child development center for parents, and 3) evaluation of results; the parents satisfaction of experience-enhancement activity provision for developing EQ of students in child development center for parents in Aumphoe Mueang Nakhon Sawan. The sample used in the study was 30 parents by using random sampling. The instruments used in the study were 1) Experience-enhancement activity: jigsaw puzzle for developing EQ. 2) Quality evaluation form of experience-enhancement activity. 3) Observation form, measurement and evaluation form. 4) Parents’ satisfaction evaluation form. The data were analyzed by IOC, mean and standard deviation. The finding showed that: 1) developing EQ should develop Intelligent, Goodness and Happiness so the objective of activities had students knew vocabulary (Intelligent), students knew emotions (Goodness), students were active (Intelligent), students had fun (Happiness), students had eye-hand coordination, students were stimulated about thinking and imagination, and students had fine motor development. 2) There was 1 activity is jigsaw puzzle for developing EQ. It consisted of 8 sections. There were 3 experts who evaluated Experience-enhancement activity, all sections had IOC more than 0.5 so the activity can be used. 3) 30 parents satisfaction in experience-enhancement activity were the highest level. The mean was 4.55. The standard deviation was 0.50.
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