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September Doodle Challenge

September doodle challenge is here! 🙂

It’s that time of the year… 

Now you might wonder what I mean by it?

Well, I’m talking about the beginning of a school year, of course!

(and that will be, just like you guessed, the theme of this month’s doodle challenge

Now, even if you’re not a pupil, a student, or a teacher, there’s a slim probability you have no connection with some form of school year and everything it brings.

Correct me if I’m wrong, but there’s a high chance you’re at least a parent, cousin, wife/husband, or even grandparent to some of the categories mentioned here.

And even if not, through this doodle challenge you can remember back the days when you were in a classroom and how your life was undeniably different (if nothing else, probably more care-free!).

As always, here’s a free printable page with already filled out drawing prompts so you could instantly start creating your doodles. 🙂

Alternatively, have a look at the list, write it down in your planner or a journal, and let your creative juices start flowing!

Here are the drawing prompts.

  1. Number 9
  2. Letter S
  3. Apple
  4. School Bus
  5. School Building
  6. Lunchbox
  7. Timetable
  8. School bag
  9. Blackboard
  10. Chalks
  11. Sponge
  12. Desk & Chair
  13. Pencil & Eraser
  14. Pens & Markers
  15. Stickers
  16. Notebook
  17. Books
  18. Geography Class
  19. Biology Class
  20. History Class
  21. Language Class
  22. Math Class
  23. Science Class
  24. Physical Education
  25. Art Class
  26. Music Class
  27. Clock
  28. Exam
  29. Grades
  30. School Bell
September doodle challenge drawing prompts

And those were the drawing prompts!

Hope you like them and that you’ll join the challenge. 🙂

If you do, and you’re not shy to share your creations, I’d love to see them on Instagram!

Just add #clpdoodlechallenge or tag me @cutelittlepaper.

I’ll see you again soon with a new set of drawing prompts!

(and if you’d like to have a single place for your drawings, thoughts, and plans consider starting a bullet journal – it’s much easier than you may think, yet is super-fun -and useful- to keep one!)

Oh, and if you want to see my other doodle challenges in one place (because, why not – maybe you’ll want to do more than one drawing per day?), you can check them out by visiting this link.

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