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Scientific studies have shown that working with your hands is a way to improve your mental health. For example, working with clay, cooking, designing, sculpting, sewing, gardening, and painting are great ways to stimulate your brain. In addition, these activities are suitable for relieving stress and working on your skills, concentration, and calmness.

The hand-to-brain connection is incredibly important for humans, as it creates a circle of positive feedback that can help you to grow. That's why it's so important for children to learn manual skills and to work on their fine motor skills: it's good for their brains!

Many of these activities take place at our locations. For example, we have locations with children's cooking studios and workshops. We have all the ingredients needed to stimulate children's creativity. This takes place under the guidance of our staff who specialize in this and can't wait to pass on their passion to the children. For a number of activities we go to a different location.

A small selection of the activities of SkillsKidz

‘Creativity is a journey, not a destination.’

- Nadieh (all-round creative at UniKidz)
‘Creativity is a journey, not a destination.’

Team SkillsKidz

  • SkillsKidz
  • UniKidz

Hanan

  • Teamleider BSO Aker
  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO
  • SkillsKidz

Eva

  • Outdoor specialist
  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO
  • SkillsKidz

Jeroen

  • Outdoor specialist
  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO
  • SkillsKidz
  • MindKidz

Dennis

  • STEAM- en Outdoor specialist
  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO
  • SkillsKidz
  • SoulKidz

Nadieh

  • Dans- en creatief docente
  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO
  • SkillsKidz
  • UniKidz

Marta

  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO
  • SkillsKidz
  • UniKidz

Nabila

  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO
  • SkillsKidz
  • UniKidz

Ibti

  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO
  • SkillsKidz
  • SoulKidz
  • UniKidz

Vicky

  • Pedagogisch medewerker BSO

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