This research is carried out to reveal the effects of "Attention Skill Development Program During Preschool Term'' on attention skill of 60-72 months of children. In this way, efficiency of "Education Program for Supporting Attention Skill'' was revealed trough quantitative data collected according to Solomon Quadruple Group Model, which was chosen among experimental designs. Qualitative data were collected to support quantitative data. Within this scope, exploratory design was used as one of the research models. Study group of the research consisted of randomly and voluntarily selected 60-72 months of 80 children attending independent pre-primary schools tied to Ministry of National Education in Kars City Centre during 2016-2017 academic year. In the research, for gathering personal information about children and their families, 'Personal Information Form' was used as a data collecting tool, and for evaluating attention skill of children, "Attention Gathering Test of Five Years old Children''(Frankfurter Test Fur Funjahrige Konzentration - FTF-K) was used, whose reliability studies were already done by the researcher. When the scores of experiment and control groups were compared in terms of attention gathering skill, a meaningful difference to the advantage of Experiment groups was found.