Think of the various different logos and brand names that you come across on a daily basis.
Out of the hundreds that we see each day, Google probably has one of the most easily recognizable logos out there.
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Their logo is colorful, it’s simple, and if you open up new tabs on your computer often, you’ll realize that it’s always changing.
Google uses its logo to highlight and celebrate holidays, events from around the world, and great thinkers of both past and present as evidenced by their most recent celebration of mathematician Olga Ladyzhenskaya’s birthday.
But did you know that they also use their logo as a scholarship opportunity?
Doodle for Google is an annual art contest that is open to students in grades K-12, creating the perfect opportunity for children of all ages to showcase their creative sides.
This year’s theme is “When I grow up, I hope…” so whether your children are learning at home or in a classroom, the possibilities are endless.
To get the creative juices flowing, check out the Google Teacher Resources page for printable posters, activity ideas, music, and more!
When you’re ready to submit your masterpiece, head on over the submission page. Submissions are due by March 18, 2019.
There will be a winner representing each US State/Territory and children of military personnel abroad can enter and will be judged with applications from their home state by this year’s guest judges Jimmy Fallon, Kermit the Frog, and Many Manning, the 2018 National Teacher of the Year.
One of these winners will go on to win a $30,000 college scholarship, a $50,000 technology package for their school or the non-profit of their choice, and their Doodle featured on the Google.com homepage for a day.
Still have questions? Check out the Doodle for Google FAQ page for more information.