- 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’m grateful for...” 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 7 deadline.
What if you could turn your gratefulness into scholarship money to help you pay for school? Thanks to Google’s 15th annual Doodle for Google contest, students in grades K-12 can apply for the Google Doodle scholarship using the things that mean the most as their inspiration. To enter the contest, students are encouraged to create their own Google Doodle using the 2023 Google for Doodle theme, I’m Grateful for...Google.com offers the below prompts students can use to help them brainstorm their 2023 Google Doodle:
What moments, people, places and things are special to you?
What or whom can you not imagine living without?
What are the things that get you through the day?
How to Enter the 2023 Doodle for Google Contest There are four steps to enter: Artistic Skill
Creativity and Originality
Contest 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.
Grades K – 3
Grades 4 – 5
Grades 6 - 7
Grades 8 - 9
Grades 10 - 12
A $5,000 college scholarship
Their artwork featured on the Doodle for Google gallery
Their Doodle art displayed on the Doodle for Google gallery.
A congratulatory message from Google