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Top Student Doodles of 2013

Two days ago Google announced this year's winner of Doodle 4 Google competition and the prize went to Sabrina Brady from  Sparta High School, Wisconsin, 10-12. I am sharing with you her doodle below together with the other finalist Doodles I selected for you. But before that, let me provide you with some brief information nuggets on what Doodle 4 Google is all about.

What is Doodle 4 Google ?
Doodle 4 Google is a competition open to K-12 students of U.S. schools to create their own Google doodle. This year’s theme for the doodles is “My Best Day Ever…”
Why is Google Doing This Competition ?
Doodles are meant to surprise and delight people when they visit the Google homepage. Who better to surprise and delight than talented and creative young artists! Google would not exist today if it weren’t for creativity, passion, and imagination so we love to celebrate and promote these values in our younger users.
What are the prizes for the winners ?

The National Winner for Doodle 4 Google in 2012 was Dylan Hoffman, a 7 year old from Caledonia, Wisconsin. Dylan’s design was selected from more than 114,000 student submissions from all over the U.S.
  • The National Winner’s doodle will be featured on the U.S. Google homepage for 24 hours on May 23rd, 2013. He or she will also get a $30,000 college scholarship, a trip to New York City for the final awards ceremony on May 22nd, 2013, a Google Chromebook, a Wacom digital design tablet, and a t-shirt printed with his or her doodle on it. We’ll also award the winner’s school a $50,000 grant towards the establishment of a computer lab or technology programming.
  • Each of the other 4 National Finalists will win a $5,000 educational grant to be used at the school of their choice, a trip to New York City for the final awards ceremony on May 22nd, 2013, a Wacom digital design tablet and a t-shirt with their doodle printed on it.
  • Each of the other 50 State Winners will win a trip to New York City for the final awards ceremony on May 22nd, 2013, a t-shirt with their doodle printed on it, and their doodle–along with those of the National Finalists and Winner–will be featured in a special exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History.
  • Each of the other 250 State Finalists will receive a certificate and see their artwork featured on the Doodle 4 Google website.

Here is Sabrina's winning Doodle

Here are some other State Finalists and if you want to see all the finalist Doodles , visit this Page

K- 3

Grade: 4-5

Grade :6-7

Grade : 8-9

Grade : 10-12

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