Doodle for Google ThemeThe 2022 Doodle for Google contest’s theme is I Care for Myself by... Share your student experience and self-care tips with the help of the Google contest. Inspirational prompts from the Doodle for Google site include:
About the Doodle for Google Contest
Doodle 4 Google ContestThe Doodle 4 Google Contest is open to students in grades K through 12. To be considered, you must use your creativity to create your own interpretation of the Google logo. Your doodle must be based on what inner strength means to you. Deadline: 3/4/22 Available to: Students, Grades K through 12 Award Amount: Awards from $5,000 - $30,000
How to Enter the Doodle for Google ContestThere are four steps to submit your doodle.
- Download the entry form.
- Create your Doodle masterpiece. You can use art mediums such as crayons, real materials, digital art and even clay. Submit entries digitally via a .png or .jpeg file.
- Explain your Doodle in a few sentences. Share how it reflects the “I care for myself by...” theme.
- Submit your entry online. An online entry is the preferred method of entry. Be sure to get your Google Doodle and the required documents submitted before the March 4 deadline.
Doodle for Google PrizesContest winners get to have their artwork displayed on Google! There are three prize levels in the Doodle for Google contest: National Winner, National Finalists and State and Territory Winners. The Doodle for Google grand prize, also known as the National Winner, is a $30,000 college scholarship, and a $50,000 technology package for your school or non-profit of your choice. In addition to $80,000 in prizes, the winner gets their artwork featured on Google’s homepage for a full day. The National and State/Territory winners judged in the five grade groups below:
- Kindergarten - 3
- 4 - 5
- 6 - 7
- 8 - 9
- 10 - 12