State winners for Doodle for Google 2022 have been announced, and voting is now open nationwide.

The winning Doodle for Google 2022 artwork from each state and territory has been revealed by Google, and now it’s up to you to choose your favorite as the overall winner.

Google hosts a special Doodle for Google competition every year, inviting K–12 children from throughout the nation to submit original artwork for a potential Google Doodle. The winning artwork will be shown on the homepage, and the winner will also get a $50,000 technology package for their school as well as a $30,000 college scholarship.

I care for myself by was chosen as the theme for the Doodle for Google 2022, which was first revealed back in January. The young artists were urged to illustrate how they unwind, relax, and take care of themselves.

The 54 finest Doodles, one from each US state and territory, have been chosen by Google’s guest judges, which also include Selena Gomez and the Teacher of the Year for 2021 after reviewing months’ worth of applications from throughout the nation. Each winner gets Google equipment and swag in addition to receiving local recognition for their success.

The public is now responsible for judging. Visit the Doodle for Google website to submit an vote on the artworks that you think ought to be displayed on the homepage.

Each Doodle comes with a brief description from the creator, which frequently offers a charming glimpse into their perspective. For instance, the artwork from Florida that won, Not Alone, includes this poignant passage:

I take care of myself by letting other people take care of me. I often find it difficult to carry a load alone and fail to recognize the numerous individuals, including my mother, who care about me and want to support me. In addition to reducing my stress, speaking up and asking for help empowers me to take on challenges I could never overcome alone.

You are required to choose your favorite Doodle from each grade group—grades K–3, 4-5, 6-7, 8–9, and 10–12—in order to ensure that the judging is equitable to each age group’s artistic abilities. The voting period will run through Tuesday, July 12.

One finalist from each grade level will be picked based on the voting, and the Doodle for Google guest judges will select the national winner from those five. Along with Google gear and swag, each of these finalists will earn a $5,000 college scholarship.

Which of the 54 Doodle for Google 2022 works of art have you fallen in love with? Tell us in the comments section!
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