Google is holding its annual contest contest in which student artists across the country design their own Google doodles and the winning entry gets featured on the search engine’s homepage. Oh, and the student and his or her school win thousands of dollars.
Representing Maryland in the final round of competition is Shashi Arnold, a fifth-grader at East Silver Spring Elementary School. Arnold’s bright and fun entry, “Imagination Transportation” (shown above), is her take on this years theme: If I Could Invent One Thing to Make the World a Better Place…
Guest judges have whittled the field down to just 50 Google doodles. In the final round the winners in each age group are being chosen by the people. But voting ends today at 8 p.m.!
To scope the competition, click here.
To vote for Shashi Arnold’s doodle, click here.
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