Doodle For Google

Doodle 4 Google is a competition for students K-12 students, where they are asked to design a new Google logo around the theme, "What I Wish For The World." There's 4 different age groups and each one is full of amazing designs and ideas from some very creative kids. 3 more of our favorites and what each child had to say about their design after the jump...

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Name: Emerald Lu
Age: 13
School: COVINGTON LATIN SCHOOL
City, State: Covington, KY

"The world will be reborn in peace, harmony and prosperity. Pheonix is reborn from ashes; blossoms and lotus symbolize peace. Earth is a prosperous place like an apple. Kois symbolize harmony. Wheat is celebrated as a prosperous crop. The clock represents time for the world to change. The butterfly carries it on its journey."

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Name: Lauren Sarantopolos
Age: 12
School: HIGHLAND PARK ELEMENTARY
City, State: Sheridan, WY

"What I wish for the world is that every child and every adult have a chance to go to school and learn. If every person in the world could have the opportunity to go to school, it would make the world a better place, not only for the world, but for the people in it."

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Name: Michael Loria
Age: 8
School: SUNRISE ELEMENTARY
City, State: Kent, WA


"I wish we could have beautiful houses for every family. It would be great because these days are difficult for everyone. Children and families would have lots of fun playing inside their homes and in their backyards."

Each logo redesign is up for voting right now, so head on over to Google and vote for your favorite one!

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