Aquadoodle launches back to school drawing competition

Published on: 19th September 2019

Children across the country are encouraged to Doodle, Snap & Share to enter, in celebration of the new Aquadoodle Pro range. 

To celebrate the launch of its new Aquadoodle Pro range, which makes learning fun and mess free with zero waste, the leading water-based drawing toy has teamed up with Primary Times to launch a national drawing competition to find the UK’s next budding artist.

The newly launched Aquadoodle Pro range, suitable for 3+ years, includes: How to Doodle, My ABC Doodle and Shape and Create. The three new product releases actively encourage children’s creativity and development, whilst – most importantly – having fun.

The competition is open to all children aged 4-12 years, entrants are encouraged to be inspired by returning to the classroom and draw with complete freedom. To enter the competition, kids can simply doodle, snap and share. The picture must be related to returning to school, be it being reunited with friends or fun in the playground or classroom. Once drawn, parents/guardians or school teachers with parental consent must take a photo of the drawing and send it via email to to enter.

Judges will select one national winner who will receive a brand new My ABC Doodle and a Tomy toy bundle worth £250. In addition, the winning artist will also win £500 worth of book vouchers for their school. The closing date for the competition is 30th September 2019.


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