Application of parenteral splint is commonly known to cause stress to children.Â To reduce the stress effect for children, a more friendly and attractive splint, such as a pictorial parenteralÂ splint, could be designed for the treatment. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of Â pictorial parenteral splint to improve adaptive behavioral of pre-school children. This study used Pretest-Posttest Control Group Design using 8 respondents for each group applied in purposive sampling technique. Statistical tests of the data (Wilcoxon test, with a = 0.05) resulted value of P = 0,09 for the control group and P = 0,01 for treated group.Â Test of between group (Mann-Whitney Test) yielded P = 0,012. Â Overall data indicate that USAge of a pictorial parenteralÂ splint significantly improve adaptive behavior of the children.Â Pictorial parenteral splint also generated interest and fascination to children which eventually reduce the stress level of children.