SOURCEKID

Soft Skills Education
through Architecture

 

Learn About Us

Architecture makes tangible the intangible

The transformative learning experience of SOURCEKID workshops, seminars and apps is designed to help teachers train children in soft skills like creativity, initiative, adaptability. SOURCEKID is located in Stockholm's Region Botkyrka Municipality and reflects the vibrant energy of its citizens. Our passionate and skilled team members are here to assist teachers to provide the leaders of tomorrow with a deeper sense of belonging and a wider spectrum of opportunities. Are you ready for a journey in the world of architectural thinking? Join us!

Discovering the world
Expanding the mind beyond technology
Feel the place through collaboration
 

What’s Coming Up

 

Open House Workshops

Drawing Together

We are preparing our Saturday morning architecture workshops for children between 5 to 9 years old. Pre-registrations are open and the first 50 admissions are free of charge. The workshops take place at our workshop space in Hammarby Kaj, Stockholm, hosted by Internet Stiftelsen's GOTO10. Detailed information will be sent to the registered attendees. Doors are open from 11:00 to 13:00.

Seminars for Teachers

Editorial Design

Are you ready to become a test pilot for the architectural thinking seminar? The sign-up is open for a limited amount of pedagogues up to K4 and is free of charge. The seminar is two hours long and you can choose between three different dates. The venue is our conference space in Hammarby Kaj, Stockholm. Further details will be sent to the registered attendees.

SOURCEKID Award

Child's Room

Subscriptions for the Award are coming soon, stay tuned.

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Plato

“The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future in life.”

 

Visit Us

Visitors are always welcome to our office. If there’s anything you’d like to know about our programs and events, please get in touch.

Rotemannavägen 10

145 57 Norsborg

+46 (0)761 334 788

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