The purpose of this study was to find out how group art therapy using cartoon animation affects children’s emotional intelligence and social skills. The study target was a first-year child attending an elementary school located in N.M., radioed out 12 experimental and control groups. A total of 14 studies were conducted from August to November 2016, excluding pre-and post-mortem examinations for 90 minutes a week. The pre- and post-change was analyzed using the social scale to identify the change in emotional intelligence and social characteristics. The study found that first, group art therapy using animation had a positive effect on children’s emotional intelligence. Emotional recognition, expression, and empathy were statistically significant among the areas of emotional intelligence, but they did not show significant differences in emotional control. Second, group art therapy using cartoon animation had a positive effect on children’s social skills. There was a significant effect in the whole area of diligence, co-operation, accountability and interpersonal relationships among the sub-regions of social scale. Therefore, as a result of applying collective art therapy using cartoon animation to children, the emotional intelligence and sociality of children have been improved.
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