Doodle for Google: Vote for Winner

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Have you cast your vote? Well, I did and I find this Doodle for Google has an important lesson to tell us; those simple arts have a very important message and wish for us and for the world. This can be very simple, but to see how wide and how much audience this project can reach, I believe this is worth enough to remind us, what we should be start doing right now.

I have picked up my personal choice of Doodle and I had voted for it.

Doodle for Google Friendship Around the WorldGrades K-3

Friendship Around the World
My wish for the world is that everyone would get along and treat one another in a nice and loving way. We could all be friends!

Name: Miriam Elizabeth Lowery
Age: 5
City, State: Covington, TN

Doodle for Google: A New BeginningGrades 4-6

A New Beginning
My doodle, “A new beginning,” expresses my wish that in the current crisis discoveries will be made. That in these discoveries solutions will be found to help the Earth prosper once more. That those solutions will help the world get back on its feet, and create a better place for everyone.

Name: Christin Engelberth
Age: 12
City, State: San Antonio, TX

Doodle for Google: Cleaner Oceans for the WorldGrades 7-9

Cleaner Oceans for the World
I wish we could clean the world’s oceans instead of polluting them. If all of the world’s people worked together and stopped dumping waste into the seas, we could restore the habitat of so many plants and animals. I wish I could see our oceans clean and full of life!

Name: Elizabeth Keto
Age: 13
City, State: Washington, DC

Doodle for Google: I WishGrades 10-12

I Wish
I wish for more hope, hope for the future. I wish there was more love. Love for the environment and people. I wish for more joy. I wish for peace, a movement for it. I wish for more trees. I wish for gay rights, now.

Name: Meaghan Parker
Age: 17
City, State: Rochester, NH

All this doodle is inspired by the theme “What I Wish for the World.” “Both our country and the world are undergoing significant change. At Google we believe in thinking big, and dreaming big, and we can’t think of anything more important than encouraging students to do the same.” –as the line goes by at the contest homepage. Voting online takes between May 11th – 18th and the winner doodle will be seen at Google homepage on May 21st.

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