Google’s celebrating Canada’s 150th with Doodle contest for kids kindergarten to grade 12

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March 16, 2017 | by: aaronarmstrong

Google is wanting to see all kids between kindergarten and grade 12 draw a special Doodle for the Google home page this Canada Day!

Canada turns 150 this year, and Google wants to celebrate, too!

And it’s a great idea — they’re asking kids to imagine what the next 150 years will look like for Canada!

The Doodle theme is: “What I see for Canada’s future is…

They’re looking for optimism, creativity and imagination in these doodles!

Kids can draw this doodle in any way, shape, or form — with programs as simple as Paint, to typing in pure code!

Naturally, there’s only one winning doodle — The doodle will be featured for a full 24hrs on Google Canada’s home page. The winner will receive a $10,000 university scholarship, Google Chromebook, & a trip to Toronto June 13 for the doodle unveiling! The winner’s current school also gets a $10,000 technology award!

Contest closes May 2 @11:59pm.

Contest details: https://doodles.google.ca/d4g/

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