Record nummer 2004940
Titel Benefits of gardening for children
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Prepared by Bambi Yost and Louise Chawla, with contributions from Myriam Escalante
Auteur(s) Yost, B. ; Chawla, L. ; Escalante, M.
Uitgever Denver : University of Colorado [etc.]
Jaar van uitgave 2009
Pagina's 2 p ill
Annotatie(s) Fact sheet University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center 3
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Trefwoorden (cab) kinderen / tuinieren / openbaar groen / gezondheid / natuur- en milieueducatie
Rubrieken Volksgezondheid
Publicatie type Brochure
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Gardening provides different forms of engagement for children, including designing, planting, and maintaining gardens; harvesting, preparing, and sharing food; working cooperatively in groups; learning about science and nutrition; and creating art and stories inspired by gardens. The studies summarized below have been selected because they include control groups, pre- and post-measures, well controlled correlations, or in-depth qualitative analyses. For more studies and an analysis of this research, see reviews by Blair (2009) and Robinson-O’Brien, Story and Hein (2009).
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