|This study evaluated physical fitness profiles of 118 young children between 5～6 years of age (62 boys, 56 girls) from 3 kindergartens (affiliated kindergarten of D University, B Kindergarten, G Kindergarten) located in G city, Gyeongsangbuk-do. And the data were compared to the profiles of the Japanese kindergarten counterparts. An exercise prescription that can be utilized without any restrictions due to equipments or environments in the kindergartens and home was suggested. The results are as followings. First, the physical stamina of boys were discerned to have weak physical factors with a significant difference. Muscle strength, factors of muscle power, agility, cardiorespiratory endurance, speed, and coordination were also different. Second, the physical stamina of girls were discerned to have weak physical factors with a significant difference. Muscle endurance, muscle strength, agility, cardiorespiratory endurance, speed, muscle power, and coordination were also different. Third, for both boys and girls, muscle strength, agility, cardiorespiratory endurance, speed, muscle power, and coordination were discerned as weak physical factors. Last but not least, there were diverse programs currently practiced at kindergartens, but a solution that can satisfy the desire of physical activities by region and group must be provided. Furthermore, factors such as motion quantity, exercise time, frequency, and environments have to be analyzed in details to endow professionality for physical activities of young children. It is judged that the quality of physical activities of young children must be raised by developing and supplementing programs appropriate for their level of nurturing and development, and systematic to suit the characteristics of modern society.