Drawing Prompts for August

When rainy days or hot summer days keep you inside, get creative. Crayons, markers, colored pencils, chalk, and pens are wonderful instruments for drawing. Do not limit your creativity. Apply your tool of choice to sandpaper, construction paper, material, and of course drawing paper. Each yields an individualized artistic base.

Are you looking for drawing inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for August.

  1. Self-Portrait
  2. Nature
  3. Flowers
  4. Bubbles
  5. Lots of Colors
  6. Dreams
  7. Food
  8. Garden
  9. Smile
  10. Shoes
  11. Patterns
  12. Animals
  13. Where You Live
  14. Magic
  15. Night, Stars, & Moon
  16. Transportation
  17. Maude Up Creature
  18. Fantasy
  19. Eyes
  20. Hances
  21. Trees or Leaves
  22. Fruit
  23. Toys
  24. Roads
  25. Sports
  26. Your Name
  27. Movie Scene
  28. Water
  29. Portrait of Your Family
  30. Wheels
  31. Artist’s Choice

Drawing Prompts for July

Summer does not always bring sunny days. Rain, humid, or high temperatures may cause you to retreat indoors for comfort. Days inside are perfect for creating art including drawing. Whether you use markers, pens, pencils, or crayons, drawing is a great creative outlet. Do you need some inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for July.  

  1. Self-Portrait
  2. Fantasy
  3. Freedom
  4. It’s Independence Day! 4th of July! Celebrations
  5. Shoes
  6. City
  7. Boat
  8. Family
  9. Fun
  10. Landscape
  11. Pet
  12. Sunset
  13. Nature
  14. Dreams
  15. Patterns
  16. Home
  17. Creature
  18. Love
  19. Fish or Aquatic Animal
  20. Hat and Sunglasses
  21. Food
  22. Balloons
  23. Friendship
  24. Emotions
  25. Clowns
  26. Bugs
  27. Transportation
  28. Clouds
  29. Seashells, Beach, Sandcastles
  30. Zoo
  31. Artist’s Choice

Drawing Prompts for June

June brings the start of summer, warmer weather, Father’s Day, and another chance to be creative. Whether you use markers, crayons, chalk, pens, or a pencil, drawing is a wonderful activity to engage your creative side.

Are you looking for inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for June.

  1. Self-Portrait
  2. Sun
  3. Eyes
  4. Nature Scene
  5. Animal
  6. Mythical Creature
  7. Airplane
  8. Treasure Map
  9. Castle
  10. Tree House
  11. City Scene
  12. Wizard
  13. UFO
  14. Aliens
  15. A Creature from the Sea
  16. Food
  17. Time
  18. Letters
  19. Patterns
  20. Father
  21. Seashells
  22. Beach
  23. 3-Alike
  24. Galaxy
  25. Balloons
  26. Flowers
  27. Ice Cream Cone
  28. Video Game Design
  29. Mirror Reflection
  30. Artist’s Choice

May Drawing Prompts

 May is finally here! A new month is the perfect time to get creative! Are you ready to draw? Whether you use markers, pens, pencils, chalk, or crayons, drawing is a fun activity for the whole family. Do you need some drawing inspiration? Check out the following list.

  1. Self-Portrait
  2. Flowers
  3. Bugs
  4. Clouds
  5. Animal
  6. Pattern
  7. Love
  8. Feathers
  9. Mother (Happy Mother’s Day in the USA. Draw a picture for your mom or mother figure in your life)
  10. Sun
  11. Mushrooms
  12. House
  13. Nature Scene
  14. Cars
  15. Street Scene
  16. An Event
  17. Landmark
  18. Made Up Land
  19. Galaxy
  20. Bubbles
  21. Five
  22. Family
  23. Jelly Fish
  24. Cactus
  25. Candy
  26. Balloons
  27. Made Up Animal or Creature
  28. Underground
  29. Train
  30. Garden
  31. Your Choice

Earth Day Drawing Prompts

An annual event, Earth Day occurs on April 22. If you cannot get outdoors to celebrate Earth Day or participate in a community cleanup event, focus on the beauty of the planet through art. Drawing is a wonderful way to celebrate the planet Earth. Turn Earth Day into a family activity, make posters, and share your art on social media.

 Do you need some Earth Day drawing inspiration? Check out the following prompts to get you started.

  1. Earth
  2. Trees
  3. Deer
  4. Volcano
  5. Fish
  6. Grass
  7. Turtle
  8. Ladybug
  9. Sun
  10. Water
  11. Mountains
  12. Pinecone
  13. Clouds
  14. Paths
  15. Rocks
  16. Bear
  17. Weather
  18. Leaves
  19. Flowers
  20. Bird
  21. Wild Animal
  22. Squirrel
  23. Nature Scene
  24. Butterfly or Dragonfly
  25. Frog
  26. Recycle
  27. Don’t Pollute
  28. Cleanup

April Drawing Prompts

Are you looking for something fun to do on rainy days in April? Or just to relax and spend quiet time with your family. Get creative. Grab your markers, crayons, or colored pencils and draw. Do you need some inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for April.

Image by Aline Ponce from Pixabay 
  1. Self-Portrait
  2. April Showers
  3. Kite
  4. Happy Easter!
  5. Garden
  6. Water
  7. Friendship
  8. Caterpillar
  9. Family
  10. Food
  11. Weather
  12. Trees
  13. Flowers
  14. Bubbles
  15. 4
  16. Snail
  17. Owl
  18. Baseball
  19. Patterns
  20. Gnome
  21. Mushroom
  22. Earth Day
  23. Home
  24. Doorway
  25. Keys
  26. Fairy Tale
  27. Nighttime Scene
  28. Bike
  29. Rain Gear
  30. Your Choice

Easter Drawing Prompts

Easter is the perfect time to get creative. Drawing is one of the simplest ways to bring out your inner artist. In fact, with a few inexpensive tools, drawing is a great activity for the entire family to enjoy.

Image by stokpic from Pixabay 

Yes, using crayons on paper is a wonderful way to create an original Easter masterpiece. But do not limit your creativity. Draw on other materials including construction paper, sandpaper, poster board, and boiled eggs. A hard boil egg is the perfect canvas for your Easter creation.

Now, what to draw? Consider the following drawing prompts for Easter.

1. Cross

2. Tomb

3. Easter Bunny

4. Easter Eggs (Drawing different patterns, use multi-colors, or add names)

5. Flowers

6. Baby Chickens

7. Lamb

8. Jellybeans

9. Easter Candy

10. Easter Sunrise

Last Minute St. Patrick’s Day Activities

St. Patrick’s Day usually brings large parades, community events, and other social activities. Unfortunately, the ongoing pandemic restrictions mean the yearly events are canceled. Are you looking for last-minute activities to safely celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Check out the following St. Patrick’s Day ideas for you or your entire family to enjoy.

Make a Leprechaun Trap

St. Patrick’s Day would not be complete without tales of leprechauns. Use the tales as inspiration to make a leprechaun trap. Cereal boxes and craft materials are perfect supplies to build a trap. Get creative. Take photos and try to catch a leprechaun for his gold.

Shamrock Art

Draw, trace, or print a blank shamrock. Use the shamrock as a template.

Image by L Gould from Pixabay

  • Paint or color the shamrock.
  • Glue glitter, split peas, yarn, sequins, macaroni, or other material to your shamrock. (If you do decide to glue items to your shamrock template, use card stock to print the outline)
  • Decorate and hang your shamrocks around the house.
  • Use your decorated shamrocks as placemats for a traditional Irish meal.

Traditional Irish Meal

Preparing a traditional Irish meal is one of the best ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Pinterest has numerous recipes to follow. Whether you prepare the meal yourself or involve the entire family, try something new.

Image by HomeMaker from Pixabay

  • Colcannon
  • Dublin Coddle
  • Irish Champ
  • Irish Lamb Stew
  • Irish Soda Bread
  • Corned Beef and Cabbage
  • Guinness Cake

Watch St. Patrick’s Day Movies

St. Patrick’s Day is a great day for family movie night. (Yes, you and your cat count.) Make popcorn, eat green candies or order pizza. And watch a great movie to celebrate the day.

Enjoy St. Patrick’s Day. Buy green carnations or pots of clover. Don’t forget to look for a lucky four-leaf clover.

Image by Jill Wellington from Pixabay

 

 

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March Journal Writing Prompts

Do you write in your journal daily? Or are you thinking about starting journal writing? If you are trying to develop content, check out the following journal writing prompts for March.

  1. What are you looking forward to this month?
  2. How did February go for you, your family, work, school, or other commitments? List your highs and lows for last month.
  3. Describe the pandemic in your area. Are you still on restrictions? Did you get the COVID shot?
  4. What are you doing to stay healthy?

    Image by RitaE from Pixabay
  5. Would rather go back in time to meet your ancestors or go forward to meet future generations? Why?
  6. Do you view yourself as a city person or a country person? Why?
  7. If you could switch places with a fictional character, who would you pick? Why?
  8. If every day is a learning experience, what did you learn today? Go into details.
  9. Where is your “happy” place?
  10. Free write for 15 minutes.
  11. Describe a favorite childhood memory.
  12. What personal goal are you attempting to achieve right now? What steps are you taking to make this goal a success?
  13. Describe yourself. (Be Kind).
  14. Write a letter to your future self, include future accomplishments.
  15. How do you describe friendship? Are you a good friend?
  16. Name three things you want to try.
  17. Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Did you celebrate?
  18. What were you doing today at 9 am, 2 pm, and 6 pm? Go into detail.
  19. If you could pick any timeline in history to grow up in, what would you choose? Why?
  20. Happy 1st Day of Spring! What is your favorite part of Spring?
  21. Did you go on spring break trips as a child? Where did you go? Write about the experience.
  22. Make a spring bucket list.
  23. What is your all-time favorite song? Why?
  24. Write a personal fact that no one else knows. Why do you keep this memory a secret?
  25. Write a review.
  26. Write about your family, co-workers, significant other, pets, or friends.
  27. What do you feel is your biggest personality trait?
  28. What is your springtime guilty pleasure?
  29. Describe your dream life.
  30. Describe what failure looks like to you. Now, describe success.
  31. What are you hoping to accomplish in the next nine months of 2021?

January Drawing Prompts

Drawing or doodling is a great creative outlet for all ages. If you are spending more time indoors due to social distancing or wintry weather, drawing can easily turn into a family activity. Do you need inspiration? Check out the following drawing prompts for January.

  1. 2021
  2. Shapes
  3. Snowflakes
  4. Eyes
  5. Love
  6. Sun
  7. Signs
  8. Snowman
  9. Tree
  10. Food
  11. Animal
  12. Clouds
  13. Water
  14. Mittens
  15. Snow Globe
  16. Penguin
  17. Self-Portrait
  18. Winter Boots
  19. Door, Lock, & Key
  20. Nature
  21. Building
  22. Winter Scene
  23. Friends
  24. Patterns
  25. Upside Down
  26. Big
  27. Small
  28. 3 Similiar Items
  29. 3 Different Items
  30. Spirals
  31. Windows

Try experimenting with different drawing instruments. Markers, crayons, pencils, colored pencils, chalk, charcoal, or paint pens yield diverse results. But remember, above all, have fun.