After-school gardening improves children's reported vegetable intake and physical activity
Hermann J.R., Parker S.P., Brown B.J., Siewe Y.J., Denney B.A., Walker S.J. | 01-May-2006
In-school gardens have been utilized to enhance children’s eating habits. In a survey of fourth grade teachers at schools reported to have gardens, 47% reported they taught nutrition along with the use of gardening and 43% reported they perceived the garden to be somewhat to very effective at enhancing children’s eating habits.