: Learning Strategies, School Locations, and Fundamental Motor Skills of Elementary School Students. This study is aimed at measuring the effects of learning strategies and school locations on students' fundamental motor skills. It is an experimental study which employs the 2x2 factorial design. The subjects of the experiment were students from elementary schools in Padang who were selected through multi stage random sampling. Data were collected using the TMGD-2 test and analyzed using the two-way ANOVA. The findings of the study show that the fundamental motor skills of the students who are taught with the Game Series Learning Strategy (GSLL) are better than those taught with the Conventional Learning Strategy (CLS). With regard to school locations, the fundamental motor skills of students in the urban areas are better than those in the suburbs. The findings also reveal an interaction of the effects of learning strategies and school locations on the students' fundamental motor skills. The students in the urban areas who learn through the GSLL have better fundamental motor skills than those who learn through the CLS. On the other hand, the students in the rural areas who learn through the GSLL demonstrate lower fundamental motor skills than those who learn through the CLS.