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For Parents / Teachers

The Doodle Challenge is great for both children and adults and therefore is a perfect game for family bonding time.


Not only is TDC an approachable entry point to drawing and self expression, it also develops creative problem solving, fine motor and communication skills. Playing The Doodle Challenge (TDC) also teaches children the vital lesson of adaptability. Because there are no wrong doodles when playing, it instills the message that there is always another solution to the problems we face in life.


The Doodle Challenge has been tested by multiple age groups - children, teens and adults, ensuring that the benefits of The Doodle Challenge can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

The Doodle Challenge is portable, light-weight,

re-usable and durable - ideal for families on the go. 

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Loved By Parents And Teachers

The Doodle Challenge was awarded the 2019 Parent And Teacher Choice Awards from for back to school. 


In this fast-paced busy world, many of us have become

stress-prone. All too often, people have suffered from excessive worry from work or other life events, creative blocks and a disconnect from the present. By doodling your brain can form new neural pathways that can help soften the effects and protect against such stressors. 


Psychologists have conducted several studies on doodling to gain a better understanding of the various benefits and effects. In fact, studies indicate that doodling unlocks neural pathways in the brain, which enhance creativity and support memory recall.  The process of doodling has both emotional and cognitive advantages.


Made By Experts

The Doodle Challenge team is made up of passionate accredited professionals with backgrounds in Art, Design, Psychology, Neuroscience and Education with over 15 years of experience.

Our diverse group of "Master Doodlers" are spread across the country, located in New York, Massachusetts and Maryland.

Our team are life long learners and have attended MIT, Johns Hopkins University, Maryland Institute College of Art, Duquesne University and Bryn Mawr College. 

The Doodle Challenge is a female, minority owned business.

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