Is your child a budding young artist or do they simply love drawing?
On Saturday 13 August at 9.30am, at the Broad Street store in March, Cambridgeshire, Specsavers is inviting youngsters to visit and create their very own eye-catching Moshi Monsters™ pictures.
If you are thinking of taking your child for an eye test - why not pop into the store, get a child's eye test (free with an NHS voucher) and let them have a go at drawing a Moshling. The best five pictures will win Moshi Monsters™ glasses for children, and other monstrous merchandise.
Trevor Clarke, store director, says: ‘We’re encouraging families to pay us a visit and for children to collect their colouring sheets from the store to be in with a chance to win. It’s as important for children to have regular eye examinations as it is for adults, so what better way to make coming to the opticians a fun experience.’
The recent launch of kids glasses in the all-new Moshi Monsters™ range, include bright fun colours and Trivex lenses that are guaranteed to be unbreakable, as standard.
A child’s first eye test should take place at around three years old. They don’t have to be able to read, thanks to special charts, shapes, picture books and other exciting materials that the optician can use instead.
Waiting until after your child has started school might hamper their learning and development. It is also harder to correct any vision problems which may have developed.
Remember, eye tests are free with an under-16s’ NHS optical voucher.