Google invites classrooms to “Doodle 4 Google”

Doodle 4 GoogleGoogle has announced this year’s “Doodle 4 Google” competition that invites all K-12 students in the U.S. to design a Google logo inspired by the theme “What I wish for the world”. For the recognition, the student’s doodle will be displayed on Google homepage on May 21st. This also includes some great prices like the champion “doodler” will get $15k of college scholarship and $25k technology grant for his school and also considering the district with the greatest participation with $10k award.

Last year’s “Up in the Clouds” doodle by Grace Moon of Canyon Middle School won with over 16,000 entries. This logo making contest has started since 1999, and keep on doodling until now.

Ready up your crayons and pencils, cause registration closes by March 17.
Teachers can register their class online by going to Doodle site.

Read Google Press Release

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