Each year, Google offers children the chance to reach out for the dreams by designing their own Google Doodle. The Doodle 4 Google competition awards a $15,000 college scholarship along with $25,000 technology grant for their school. Of-course, the winner also gets the honor of having their Google Doodle certain seen by millions of people on Google’s homepage. This year Matteo Lopez won. His Google Doodle has the Google logo cleverly landed on the moon. The G has been transformed into an alien, the O into an astronaut, and the l into a rocket ship. Overall, this is one clever Google Doodle, definitely worthy of winning.
Google’s famous for spicing up its homepage logo for special occasions, whether it be Election Day or Valentine’s Day, they’ve accumulated quite an assortment of funky Google logos over the year. Now your kid can possibly make their Google logo creation on to the world’s best search engine too. Doodle 4 Google is a competition open for K-12 students to play around with Google’s homepage logo. The competition is designed to inspire kids to design and be creative. This year the theme for the logo is “What I Wish for the World.” Currently, teachers are the only ones who are able to register and the contest runs until March 12th,…