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Would you like to keep your kids entertained in a more stimulating way than just sticking them in front of the TV?
Give them the chance to work on some skills and maybe pick up a few new…
Today’s deal is Five Brush With Nature Workshops for Children @ Naturezones, Blackwater, for only £49.95 per person
Naturezones is a Wildlife Education Centre and 10-acre Nature Reserve at Blackwater – just off the Newport / Cowes / Sandown cycle track.
It is a place where wildlife enthusiasts can get real close to nature in a safe environment.
Owner and artist Angela Hewitt is delighted to launch her Brush With Nature Art Workshops for Children.
These fun workshops will run on five consecutive Sunday’s from 11.00am-1.00pm and are aimed at kids aged 7-11-years-old.
Youngsters will be encouraged to discover their creative inner buttons while exploring the wonderful world of nature.
Each week for five weeks children will be able to study colours, patterns, shapes, textures and all the intricacies of nature to then create their own pieces of art inspired by nature.
They will learning several skills along the way – including drawing, watercolours, plaster sculptures, collage and design.
Your child will also discover how wonderful it is to be involved in the world of nature.
* Brush With Nature Workshop A – deal price £49.95…normally £60.00
This course takes place every Sunday from 1st March-5th April from 11.00am-1.00pm
* Brush With Nature Workshop B – deal price £49.95…normally £60.00
This course takes place every Sunday from 19th April-17th May from 11.00am-1.00pm
Workshops will be small so places are very limited. Some outdoor activities are involved so suitable clothing should be worn.
Wrap up warm this Spring and pay Naturezones a visit as the season changes.
Meander around the reserve, through the mown paths and woodland discovering all the wonderful work which is being done.
Enjoy the fresh air and watch how the seasons change the Island landscape.
Watch the birds, bees and butterflies and explore the wild flowers while playing a vital role in protecting our Island’s natural environment.