NOW CLOSED: Win a family annual Sea Life pass for four plus Crayola bundles worth £300

Mum and children enjoying crafting activities

In need of inspiration for great days out that won’t break the bank this summer? Crayola UK is offering Mumsnet users ‘kids go free’ tickets to Sea Life as well as the chance to win up to four annual Sea Life passes, plus Crayola bundles worth £300. Read on to find out more and enter the competition

Get crafty this summer

Children drawing

Whether there’s a new adventure to go on or a new masterpiece to be made, children want to do it all. Help them make the most of their summer holiday freedom with new experiences, sights and memories.

Crayola believes in the power of self-expression, and that empowering children to explore and express themselves through colour helps them to learn and play in brand new ways. It's this belief that's meant since the first box of crayons rolled off the assembly line in 1903, Crayola has been championing children's creativity at every turn; helping them transform their adventures into vivid stories that they can share with their friends and family. As creativity is just as important as numeracy and literacy when it comes to a child's development.

The Crayola range features a selection of colourful art tools and crafting activities, designed specifically for children of all ages – from washable pens, markers and washable paint to coloured pencils and twistable crayons.


Crayola crayons

Crayola is offering one Mumsnet user a chance to win four annual passes to any Sea Life attraction in the UK and Crayola colouring bundles worth a total of £300. All you need to do is share with us your favourite arts and crafts activities to do with your children. Competition closes on 27 August 2019. T&Cs apply.

Kids go free offer

Crayola UK is also offering Mumsnet users the chance to get ‘kids go free’ tickets to Sea Life this summer. Pick up a promo pack of Crayola and you'll get up to two 'kids go free' Sea Life tickets that can be used at any Sea Life centre in the UK and Ireland. Check out the T&Cs.