32 Drawing Prompts to Celebrate Earth Day

Annually on April 22, millions around the world gather to celebrate Earth Day.  The best way to celebrate Earth Day is outdoors. But, if the weather is not the best, focus on Earth’s majestic beauty through drawing. 

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Creating art is a great way to honor and celebrate the planet. Drawing is an easy project for the entire family to enjoy. 

Create posters from your drawings to hang on your refrigerator, bedroom wall, or window. Or photograph your drawings to share on social media.

If you are searching for inspiration, check out the following drawing prompts for Earth Day.

  1. Self-Portrait in nature.
  2. Earth (Draw the planet. This is a great poster idea)
  3. Your Country, State, or Territory. 
  4. Forests, Woods, or Trees (Don’t forget to add in wildlife)
  5. Nature Scene (What’s your favorite spot in nature?)
  6. Oceans, Lake, Rivers, Streams, or Ponds (Don’t forget to add what lives in the water.)
  7. Mountains, Cliffs, Valleys, or Hills (Draw each area in a different season.)
  8. Volcano (Is the volcano active?)
  9. Grass (What lives in the small blades of grass?)
  10. Current Weather
  11. Scary Weather
  12. Favorite Season
  13. Landscape Scene
  14. Your Favorite Place to Visit
  15. A Future Place to Visit
  16. Sunset or Sunrise
  17. Paths or Trails
  18. Boulders, Rocks, or Stones (What is your favorite rocky area to visit?)
  19. Leaves Up-Close 
  20. Wild Flowers
  21. Birds 
  22. Baby Animals
  23. Favorite Animal
  24. Wild Animals
  25. Butterflies
  26. Insects
  27. Endangered Species
  28. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
  29. Don’t Pollute
  30.  Future Earth
  31. A Call to Action
  32. Artist’s Choice

Happy Earth Day!

Author: Rebecca C.

I am just a person who loves to photograph and write about the world around me.

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