If you’ve got a pint-sized Picasso at home, then forget about adding the latest masterpiece to that giant bin of artwork you’ve been saving…and submit it to Google instead! The Doodle 4 Google contest is looking for the best works of art created by kids.

The Doodle 4 Google 11th annual contest is currently accepting submissions from K through 12 students to design Google’s landing page logo. Besides being showcased on the globally-used search engine, the lucky winner will also receive a $30,000 scholarship and a technology upgrade for their school worth $50,000.

This year’s contest is all about imagination, with the “When I Grow Up, I Hope…” theme. Even cooler? This year’s judges are none other than late-night celeb Jimmy Fallon and your fave green Muppet, Kermit the Frog, along with Teacher of the Year winner, Many Manning.

The contest submission period ends Mar. 18, so break out those crayons and colored pencils and encourage your kiddo to get doodling ASAP. Enter your submissions here.

—Shahrzad Warkentin and Erica Loop

featured image: Aaron Burden via Unsplash



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