Google wants to know what makes school kids strong. Google
It took a lot of inner strength for us help get through this difficult year which was 2020. It was especially difficult parenting young people during that time, but somehow it seems our kids come out the best to overcome l the challenges of last year.
So it's probably not surprising that for his annual Doodle for Google , Google has chosen "I am strong because… " as the theme. Kindergarten to Grade 12 schoolchildren are welcome to use any material or medium, as long as it can be photographed or displayed in a two-dimensional format. They are also asked to write about how they created the Doodle and how it represents their inner strength.
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"We ask students to creatively share how they keep moving forward when the going gets tough, " Jane Woodall, Google 's Studio brand manager, writes in a blog post . "When you make mistakes or have peur, what helps you clear the clouds above your head? When people around you are feeling down, how do you use your inner strength to lift them up? "
The winning entry for the contest will be featured on the Google home page for one day, one of many Google Doodles that the company regularly uses to animate the company logo which usually occupies the search engine page. is a high profile place for any artist, as this Doodle will garner hundreds of millions of views simply because of its privileged position.
In addition to the exhibition, the winner will receive a university scholarship of 30 $ 000 and a technology prize of $ 50,000 for his school.The contest runs until February 26 and is open to all K-12 students based in the United States.nis, Guam Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.
This year's guest judges include Dav Pilkey, bestselling Dog Man and Captain Underpants author and illustrator, Grammy Award-winning producer and artist, Peter CottonTale, and National Professor of the year 2020, Tabatha Rosproy.
The official rules and the inion form are available on Google 's Doodle webpage for Google .