Kids will be kids, no matter how hard you try and discipline them. They’ll always find a way to scribble your freshly painted walls and create their own art in their room. A good way to have your say and also fuel their creativity is by encouraging them to scribble in a specific area dedicated to scribbling.
Another good option is to don your kid’s room with an interactive wall paper that’s not only fun to use, but will also keep them engaged for hours. These wall papers from 5.5 designers come with games, puzzles and brain teasers printed on them. You could have a different wall paper for each wall and get them a set of crayons and let the games tickle their brains while you go about doing your chores without worries.
What if they manage to complete all the games in a week? Well, rip it off and get a new wall paper! My guess however, is that they would be too exhausted to try scribbling even if you ask them to by then.