The study has used the following tools: the creative expressive oral ability test, the creative expressive motion ability test, the creative expressive artistic ability test, observation note card to observe kindergarten children during playing with sand, and a program for developing the creative expressive ability among kindergarten children. All these tools have been designed by the researcher. Such tools have been administered twice (pre and post administrations) to a sample (18 children) of the second level in the kindergarten stage. Following administration, the mean scores, standard deviations, and T-tests have been used, by the researcher, to statistically analyse the resulting data and to compare the mean scores of the experimental group children on the pre and post administrations of the study tools.
The findings of the study indicate improving the performance of the experimental group children. In addition, the findings indicate that the proposed program and strategy have achieved a great advance in the creative expressive ability (oral, motion, and artistic) among the experimental group children. The findings show a statistically significant difference at the .05 level between the mean scores of the experimental group children on the pre and post administration of the creative expressive ability test as a whole, in favour of the post administration.
The study recommends designing future training programs for kindergarten teachers which focus is the sand center, being very significant for this stage. Also, the study recommends spreading sand centers widely in kindergartens. In addition, it recommends making use of the strategy proposed in this study. Moreover, the study recommends training kindergarten teachers on developing creative expressive ability (oral, motion, and artistic) among the kindergarten children. Finally, the study recommends using the proposed program as a reference guide for kindergarten teachers to help them develop creative expressive ability (oral, motion, and artistic) of kindergarten children.