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In junior high schools, ethnomathematics has not yet been utilized to its fullest extent in mathematics instruction. In truth, mathematics is a closely related subject to daily life. This project intends to develop a valid, practical, and efficient ethnomathematics-based mathematical learning model for enhancing mathematical problem-solving skills. This study employs the ADDIE design by Branch, which consists of five phases: analysis, design, development, implementation, and evaluation. This research targets junior high school instructors and students in the Indonesian province of Bone. In addition, other participants in this study were educational specialists who evaluated the established models and instruments. Several instruments, including questionnaires, interviews, validation sheets, observation sheets, and tests, were used to collect data. The data was subsequently examined using qualitative and quantitative techniques. The results indicated that the ethnomathematics-based mathematics learning model was valid, applicable, and useful for enhancing the mathematical problem-solving skills of junior high school pupils in Bone Regency, Indonesia.