It’s time for the 2022 Doodle for Google Contest, the theme is “I care for myself by…”. Create a Doodle based on this theme that includes the word “Google”.
What is the “Doodle for Google” contest? Doodle for Google is an annual art contest for students grades K-12. Students create their own Google Doodle for the chance to have it featured on Google.com, as well as win some great scholarships and tech packages for their schools.
Original artwork, no copyrighted or trademarked characters, images, or logos (like Mickey Mouse)
Must include the word “Google” and follow the theme “I care for myself by…”.
Submit your entry two ways: online by Friday, March 4 OR give to Ms. Baird by Wednesday, March 2.
Submit your own artwork online by Friday, March 4. Take a high quality photo with good lighting or scan your artwork. Complete the online entry form and upload your photo here: Enter your Doodle online
Ms. Baird can submit your entry for you. You need to give her your completed artwork and entry form by Wednesday, March 2.
This January and February, all grades (preK-5) will create artworks for the Art to Remember fundraiser to support the art program. Art to Remember provides families with an easy way to have their students’ artworks printed on items such as: ornaments, water bottles, and jewelry.
Welcome back, Sharks! I am so happy to see you in the art room this year. We are able to use our art centers, which will include: drawing, collage, painting, fiber arts, sculpture, clay, and architecture. We will also have visiting art centers, such as collaborative projects, mask-making, and wearable art. We’ve had a great first week with the drawing center and can’t wait to open more centers!
Click the image to take a virtual tour of our centers!