Google has revealed the five student-made finalists for the Doodle for Google 2022 topic, “I Care for Myself by” following a round of public voting.
Every year, Google holds the Doodle for Google competition, inviting kids from all around the country to submit works of art that may eventually be displayed on the Google.com homepage. The means that each kid or teen chooses to recover from life’s stressors have been highlighted by this year’s topic, “I care for myself by.”
The greatest artwork was chosen from among the millions of entries by Google’s panel of judges, which this year includes Selena Gomez and Juliana Urtubey, the National Teacher of the Year for 2021. Google then invited the general public to vote on which Doodle from each grade level they thought was the best.
The results of the voting are in, and the top five Doodle for Google candidates are have been revealed . One of these five Doodles will now be chosen by the judges to be featured on the homepage.
FINALISTS FOR DOODLE FOR GOOGLE 2022 The K-3 category finalist from Maryland is first, and their piece is titled Dreaming of my bright future. The Google Doodle features a sleeping infant beneath a fantasy environment that includes fish, planets, and other symbols to spell out the word Google.
For grades 4 and 5, a student’s Doodle from Delaware was chosen as the entry. The piece of art, titled Family will always care for you, depicts a touching peaceful moment with four family members sitting together and engaging in their respective interests. Google is written across a quilt in the lowest portion of the Google Doodle.
Students in grades 6 and 7 received a Doodle from Pennsylvania with the title My self love. In this Doodle, the artist expresses their enthusiasm for cooking delectable African cuisine and uses the theme of fragrance to great effect. In cursive, the word “Google” is written as steam is rising from the plates.
The life-cycle of health, the finalist from Missouri who represented grades 8 and 9, drew on a passion for the great outdoors. The peaceful sight of two children playing outside with their adorable pets spells out Google in the background, which also includes a bicycle, a flower, and a dog.
The finalist for grades 10–12 concludes by reassuring us all that we are not alone. The Doodle is intentionally kept to a minimum so that the focal scene of an embrace may take center stage. The Florida-based musician was motivated to create this song by their own experiences with receiving assistance while they were in need.
Each finalist will get a $5,000 college scholarship in addition to the Google gear and swag that the 54 state/territory winners have already received. Instead, the successful applicant will be given a $30,000 scholarship and a $50,000 technology package for their institution.
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