This study aims to determine the effect of the video media-assisted Role Playing learning model on students' cognitive learning outcomes on sound material. The research was conducted at Torsina III Private Elementary School, Singkawang. The type of research is quantitative research with quasi-experimental method, in the form of Nonequivalent Pre-test and Post-test Control Group Design. The population in this study were all fourth grade students of SD Torsina III Singkawang. Samples were taken using a non-probability technique with saturated sampling type. The data collection technique used a test technique in the form of an objective test of sound material and a non-test technique in the form of a response questionnaire. The results showed that: (1) there were differences in cognitive domain learning outcomes between students who applied the role playing learning model assisted by video media and students who received direct learning; (2) The use of role playing learning models assisted by video media has a high effect on students' cognitive learning outcomes; (3) Positive student responses to the video-assisted role playing learning model in the good category.