This experimental study aimed to determine the effectiveness of traditional games intervention program in enhancing the motor skills of students. A total number of 40 high school students of Upi Agricultural school grade nine students were randomly selected for the study. The children went through the traditional games intervention which consisted of performing selected traditional games for 60 minutes, twice weekly for a period of four weeks. Motor fitness performance tests were conducted three times (pre-test and post-test) which included 30-meter sprint test, Illinois agility test and balance beam. The data were collected through repeated measurements and were analyzed using independent and dependent t-test analyses. The results showed that traditional games intervention was effective in the improvement of motor skills of respondents. The results also showed that traditional games intervention was effective in the improvement of fitness level. Moreover, the result from this initial study demonstrated that Teduray based traditional games could be efficient in improving the physical fitness level of grade nine students specifically in speed and agility.