Doodle 4 Google: Kids, Let Your Art be Seen on the Most Popular Place on the Web!
February 26th, 2010
Google is inviting K-12 students all over the United States to participate in Doodle 4 Google, a contest to see who can create the best Google doodle – you know, the modified logos of Google that they use to celebrate holidays, honor important people or commemorate special events. The theme for the doodle requires students to complete a sentence that should be quite familiar with kids: “If I could do anything, I would…”
Submissions will be classified into 4 groups according to the year level of the contestants: K-3, 4-6, 7-9, and 10-12. Four national finalists will be chosen, one from each of the four groups. The national prize winner gets a ton of prizes, including the privilege of having his or her winning doodle displayed on Google’s homepage for one whole day, reaching out to billions of people. Not even the Louvre can top that kind of exposure!
For more details, check out the contest homepage. Kids (who live in the United States and are in school), grab your pen and paper and start doodling!
[via Inventor Spot]
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