This research is research and development of learning tools that aim to produce quality learning tools. The formulation of the research problem is how the quality of learning tools developed with the Team-Based Learning learning model is. This learning device was developed using the Plomp development model. Data collection techniques are valid through device validation, practicality through implementation observation, teacher and student response questionnaires. From this study obtained results: (1) devices developed valid through construct validity tests with an average percentage validity for syllabus of 98.33% with valid categories, RPP of 78.48% including valid categories with small revisions, teaching materials of 79.68% including valid categories with minor revisions, and LKPD of 76.04% which fall into valid categories with minor revisions; (2) devices developed practically indicated by an average percentage of learning implementation of 92.26% excellent category, then teacher response to learning devices developed by 99.39% excellent category and learners' response to the learning process using developed devices by 82.66% good category.