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Doodle For Google 2024


Doodle For Google

Grades K-12

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Jan 29 - Mar 14

At your own pace



Since 2008, Google has hosted its annual "Doodle 4 Google" contest. Google's doodle is a piece of art that uses the letters "G-O-O-G-L-E."

Doodle for Google winners from 2015-2021

Screenshot: Some of Doodle for Google winners 2015-2021

This year's theme is "anything is possible." You can make your doodle move with stop motion, paint in a new dimension (like VR), build a 3D doodle, or paint on canvas (to name a few).

For inspiration, Doodlers can check out past winners here, past doodles here, and the following YouTube video series to help them get started.

The Google for Doodle U.S. event is open to homeschoolers and students in grades K-12. There will be state and national winners. Prizes range from scholarship money to Google swag, Google hardware, and more.

You can submit your doodle and find out more about how this contest works here. And if you're interested, here's a list of more kid-friendly competitions we think all Boston moms should know about.

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About FamilyFun

We're collecting cool experiences in (and around) the city -- and sharing them with you! Think of us as matchmakers between awesome programming and young families looking to create sweet memories! 

If you're ever looking for kid-friendly events — we’ll be here!! You can visit our calendar anytime to find tons of free (and close to free) things to do in Boston.

While we try our best to update content, information changes faster than we can keep up. For example, events have been cancelled or postponed due to weather and/or other emergencies. We may also unintentionally make a mistake. Please confirm details before heading out with your little one(s). You can do so by clicking on the "source" button below the map above. If you choose to sign up for different events, the organizations will often reach out to you directly.

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