Kids at this Swedish school learn on mountains, in caves, and at watering holes


If you want to raise creative kids, consider packing your bags for Sweden.

At the bilingual Vittra Telefonplan school, which opened near Stockholm in 2012, there are no classrooms. Instead, Danish designer Rosan Bosch created a colorful open floor plan where kids can scale a mountain, duck into a cave, and chat by the tree.

The idea was to bring elements of nature indoors, where kids can roam around and explore.


We have a feeling the phrase "I'm bored" doesn't get thrown around very often.