This study aims to describe games that have the potential to build children's character, as well as describe the development of fine gross motor skills of children who play at the foundation for your little one USK, on the banks of the Bedadung Jember. This research uses a descriptive qualitative research approach. The subjects in this study were an owner of the Kali Bedadung Sumbersari Jember learning house, two teachers, six children or students participating in the study and three parents of the children studying in the learning house and three children who took part in the online game. Data collection methods used in this study was documentation, interviews, and observations. Character building in children at the Untukmu Si Kecil Foundation located in Sumbersari Jember is done by teaching the rules contained in each traditional game such as gobak sodor, engklek, playing top, playing stilts and hula hoop. Some of the characters developed through traditional games at the USK foundation include sportsmanship, hard work, leadership, courage, mutual help, communicative, and creative. Traditional games can train children's motor skills, but they dominate more on gross motor skills. Part of the traditional game at USK that can be used to practice fine motor skills is the activity of winding a rope on a gasing game. Meanwhile, in more detail, fine motor skills can be trained through other activities.