Print out our free Creative Doodle Sheets for children and they can enjoy letting their artistic imagination run wild by drawing, doodling, scribbling or colouring-in whatever comes to their creative minds. Each sheet has a central theme (maybe a castle or a repeat pattern) with plenty of surrounding white space for kids to ‘fill in the blank’. Regardless of a child’s drawing ability they will be able to use our free printable doodle pages to express themselves in whatever medium or style they prefer. Some children may choose to draw detailed images whilst others may prefer something entirely random or crazy.
Check out our Second Page of Doodle Sheets too.
This page connects you with our free weather resources which includes a set of printable seasons colouring pages for spring, summer, autumn and winter, handy symbols for a weather board or school project, and external links to other useful websites. Just like Spring, we keep on growing … and we’ve found that our free weather symbol printables that we provide for home, school and kindergarten are some of the most popular searches on our site so we’ll continue to expand the collection over time. If you have any suggestions or requests then please get in touch.
Open the Castle Drawing Page in a new window (in Adobe PDF format) and then print it or save it to your PC for later.
This image of a fairytale castle is popular with boys and girls alike. Maybe the scene of a battle with knights and soldiers? ….. or maybe the home of a hundred peace-loving princesses? Maybe surrounded by a magical forest but just as easily surrounded by dragons, mountains, rivers or just sitting on a cloud in the sky. How about an underwater castle!? …. or maybe it’s just a far away reflection in a crystal ball.
This sheet shows one small section of a car racing track. Kids can decide exactly how they would like to extend it – and exactly what will be driving along it – using whatever ideas spring to mind. Anything goes: from a simple shape to a complicated tangled chaotic route with bridges, tunnels and jumps. Great for kids that like repetition or linear drawing.
This tiny piece of a town creates another great doodle opportunity for children that prefer simple linear and repetitive drawing but with plenty of opportunity for expression and fine detail. Draw in extra roads, buildings, people, cars, parks and lots more to create a map-type layout. Don’t forget shops too and maybe some train tracks. Maybe some colour too.
This printable sheet is great for animal lovers or farm fans. What could be in the field? Maybe some cows or sheep? Horses or ponies? Maybe a huge tractor or combine harvester? Or some colourful crops?
Alternatively this could be the site of a UFO landing complete with plenty of bright green aliens, or just a simple and peacful teddy bear’s picnic !
These two empty flower pots can easily become the basis for a colourful and imaginative doodle involving flowers, leaves, butterflies and ladybirds. Maybe a few simple daffodils for an Easter or Spring theme? …. or how about a big blooming plant that fills the whole page with huge petals?
Picture Frame Doodle Sheet
Just a simple wooden-style picture frame which is ready for a doodle or drawing of just about anything ! … a self portrait would look good or how about a sketch drawing of friends and family(?) … or just the family pet.
Football Pitch Doodle Sheet
This piece of football stadium and football pitch needs completing in time for the next Euro’s or World Cup! A lot of spectators have already arrived but you’ll need to draw in plenty more so that the two teams get lots of support.
Make sure you add a referee, linesmen and goal posts of course.