The results of the Riskesdas report (2018) show that 95.5% of Indonesia's population aged ≥5 years is in the category of under-consumption of fruits and vegetables. One way of providing nutrition education to children is one of the indicators of the Balanced Nutrition Message, namely eating lots of vegetables and enough fruits through fruit vegetable songs. This study aims to analyze the effect of using fruit and vegetable song media on increasing knowledge and consumption of vegetables and fruit. This type of research is a quasi-experimental study. The research was conducted at SDN Cilolohan, Tawang District and Siluman 1 Elementary School, Cibeureum District and Siluman 1 Elementary School, Cibeureum District and Siluman 1 Elementary School, Cibeureum District, Tasikmalaya City which was conducted from August to September 2022. The samples were taken using purposive sampling with a sample size of 60 people in the treatment group (song) and 60 people in the control group (flipchart). Data analysis was performed using univariate (frequency distribution descriptive statistics) and bivariate analysis using the Wilcoxon and Mann-Whitney statistical tests. The results showed significant differences in knowledge scores and the amount of fruit and vegetable intake before and after counseling using flipcharts (control) and songs (treatment). There was a significant difference between the knowledge score after counseling using the flipchart media and the fruit-vegetable song media. However, there was no difference in the amount of fruit and vegetable intake. This study concludes that counseling with song media influences knowledge and consumption of vegetables and fruit in elementary school students. The need for sustainability and an additional period of intervention until there is a behavior change to become a habit of consuming fruit and vegetables according to the recommendations for balanced nutrition guidelines.