Effects of a Simulation Game on Children's Consumer Knowledge

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Abstract

This study tested the immediate and longer-term effectiveness of a simulation board game designed to teach nutrition and consumer information to primary grade children. Results showed that after only four 20-min. game sessions, children who played the experimental game had learned a significant number of facts relative to a control group. These effects were maintained over 8 wk.

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