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Splash Art is letting you add a bit of colour to your half term

Splash Art is inviting parents and grandparents to bring their children aged 3 to 12 along during half term.

As a parent, nothing could be more horrifying than witnessing your little one unleash their artistic abilities on your plain magnolia walls.

Imagine a place where your kids can freely play with water, spray, mess around and even paint without any constraints, and you won’t have to worry about cleaning up after them. 

The session lasts for an hour and comprises of a dart art game and a spin art experience. It also offers an exciting chance to engage in a neon paint-filled gunfight in the dark. In addition to the experience, everyone receives two canvases to take home.

Splash Art Founder Jasmin Unger said:

“We all know a parent whose child has scribbled on something they shouldn’t. You probably even did it yourself when you were young. Impulsive behaviour is natural for young children. When children get random thoughts or imagination, they like to put it down on large empty surfaces. We’ve taken that concept and put it in a safe space where children and parents alike can let their imaginations run wild.

“Painting is one of the best activities parents can do with children. Not only is it a great way to encourage creativity and experimentation but it is a great bonding experience that creates lasting memories. And as everybody goes home with their very own artwork, you’ve also got a ready-made gift for upcoming Mother’s Day or Father’s Day.”

The preferred playtime activities of children were revealed in a recent survey of 1,000 parents. Although messy play is popular, nearly two-thirds of parents avoid activities like painting because they prefer to keep their children clean and tidy. The survey shows that parents tend to favour reading books or playing with building blocks instead of creative activities at home, with less than a third of parents participating in such activities once every two weeks.

Jasmin added: 

“Many parents avoid messy play due to the clean-up afterwards. The beauty of Splash Art is your child is free to make as much mess as they want without you worrying about the aftermath.”

Experiences cost £30 for children and £42.50 for adults or you can get a family ticket for £130 for two adults and two children plus £20 per extra child. Book now here.


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