Doodle 4 Google – Asks Kids to design Google Doodles


doodle_4_googleYou might have observed that Google logo on the main search page changes from time to time to suit any event or special day. Most of these doodles are not designed by Google team by themselves, they propose a competition where certain group of people can take part and submit their creations. Now Google is inviting K-12 students to take part in Doodle 4 Google.

Every time Google gives a theme and people have to design a doodle around it. For this year the theme is “If I Could Do Anything, I Would…” simple words with great meaning embed in it. This time Google has decided to ask K-12 students to design and submit Google Doodles to make them thing about the feature and create awareness about the technology among the children.


If you are your children is studying in k-12 grade then ask them to start a creative work around the above said theme. Not all students are eligible for this competition, only students from registered schools with Google are eligible. If you are not sure whether your school is registered or not ask your teacher for conformation. If your schools is not registered it is not too late you can ask your teacher to register your school by March 17th 2010 on official Doodle 4 Google website. All the participants from registered school can submit your creation on an 8.5″ X 11″ paper by 31st March 2010.

Google has selected a panel of well know member to select 40 best from the received submissions and display them on Google website. If your doodle is been selected it will be hosted on Google website for one day and you and your school can receive scholarships or money prizes also you will be invited to the awards ceremony to meet personally.


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