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Wasatch Elementary School

We are happy to announce that Doodle for Google is returning for its 16th year this January! If you aren’t familiar, Doodle for Google is an annual contest where we invite students in grades K-12 to express their creativity by drawing their very own Google Doodle in response to a prompt. The winning Doodle will be displayed on the Google homepage for 24 hours and be awarded a college scholarship.

We’re excited to share that the 2024 Doodle for Google prompt is:

My wish for the next 25 years

This year’s contest was inspired by Google’s recent 25th birthday, and to celebrate we’re asking students to think about what the next 25 years might be like! We want them to imagine the future like it’s a giant blank playground, waiting for their awesome ideas to bring it to life. What cool things could happen – in their neighborhoods, their schools, their whole world? We’re excited to see students’ ideas of the future, where no dream is too big or small!

Visit to learn more about the contest, and discover how to submit.

Contest submissions open on January 29, 2024 and run until March 14, 2024. 55 students will be named winners for their state/territory. Four finalists will win a $5,000 scholarship and one winning student will receive:

  • A $30,000 college scholarship
  • A $50,00 Google for Education technology package for their school
  • Their artwork will be placed on the Google homepage for a day
  • And more!

We can’t wait to see what your students create! Happy doodling!


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