Doodle 4 Google 2018 – US Winner – Doodle for Google. Google doodle gives felicitations for the 2018 Doodle for Google national winner. She is Sarah Gomez-Lane of second grade who participated in the Doodle 4 Google contest 2018. She came up with a Dino Doodle. Under the topic “what inspires me?”, she has expressed her ambition to be a paleontologist. Her doodle is as under.

Doodle for Google

The jury panel of the Doodle for Google contest was literally blown away by the expression and ambition of Sarah Gomez-Lane. Doodle 4 Google is an annual contest open to students in Class 1 to 10. Students are invited to create their own Google doodle for the chance to have it featured on as well as win some great scholarships and tech packages for schools as prizes. Google conducts this every year and each year students don’t fail to mesmerize with their exceptional talent and creativity.

This year of 2018 is the 9th year of the Doodle for Google contest. This contest takes place worldwide. The theme for this year’s Doodle for Google today is ” what inspires me?”. Read more on the Google Doodle page. 

Doodle for Google – SARAH GOMEZ-LANE:

Sarah Gomez Lane belongs to Virginia. She is a second-grade young girl who has dino dreams and attends Pine Spring Elementary School in Falls Church. On Monday, honored the little girl for her doodle creation. The Bay Area tech company announced that Sarah is the winner of its national Doodle 4 Google contest. “The things on my Doodle are my favorite dinosaurs,” she said, titled “Dino Doodle.” “Dinosaurs inspire me to study more to be a paleontologist. The shovel is for my future job!” The artworks judgments were on such criteria as artistic merit, creativity and theme communication.

Doodle for Google


“We immediately fell in love with Sarah’s creative interpretation of the ‘Doodle For Google’ theme. Her use of dinosaurs to depict the Google logo, and her big ambitions for her future career, especially at such a young age,” Google said. “We hope that her design will inspire other students. This will also explore aspects of STEM or the arts that spark their imagination.” Read also: Doodle for Google 2018

As the national winner, Sarah will receive a $30,000 college scholarship, as well as a cross-country trip to Google headquarters. She will meet with the team of artists and engineers who will turn her art into an interactive Doodle. Plus, Sarah’s school will receive a $50,000 “technology package.”She’s been drawing for years,” Maria Lane-Gomez, Sarah’s mother, tells The Washington Post. “At home, when she’s watching TV, she’s there with her crayon, or pencils, creating things she saw on TV, or at school. She’s constantly creating.”

Doodle For Google Contest 2019:

Doodle 4 Google Contest gives a chance to win Google Scholarship worth Rs.5 lakh. Google invites students from all over the world to submit their Doodles and showcase their power of Imagination. Doodle 4 Google, is an annual competition by Google in various countries to have children create a logo that will feature on the local Google homepage. The First Doodle for Google Contest for Google Scholarship took place in 2009.

The annual Doodle for Google contest announcements came on Tuesday. Kids who want to participate have until March 18 to submit their designs for consideration. The theme for 2019 announced on The Tonight Show by Jimmy Fallon and Kermit the Frog Monday night and will be “When I grow up, I hope…” See also: The overall Doodle for Google winner – 2018.

The rules and the entry forms for the competition are available on the Doodle for Google website. There are a number of prizes available to the winner and the runners-up. “The National Winner’s artwork will be on the Google homepage and will win a $30,000 scholarship and a $50,000 tech grant for their school. Homeschooled students have been able to choose a non-profit of their choice to have the grant go to due to the fact that they don’t have a school like other students participating might have.

Traditionally the best submissions from each age group constitute for the submissions. There are a number of judges, including guests judges that change each year. This year Kermit the Frog, Jimmy Fallon and Mandy Manning, the 2018 National teacher of the year, will be participating as guest judges. See also: How To Enter The Doodle For Google 2019 Contest & Have Your Kid’s Artwork Featured.

Best Wishes for all the kids participating in the Doodle for Google., 2019!!!




No Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Google Doodle
Olga Ladyzhenskaya’s 97th Birthday

Google Doodle of today is about a great mathematician, Olga Ladyzhenskaya. She belongs to Russia. She had to overcome her personal tragedy and obstacles to bring out her entire potential and contribute to the world of mathematics. But she did not confine herself to mathematics, she loved arts and nature. Let …

Google Doodle
Carnival 2019 (Carnival Brazil)

Carnival Brazil – Today’s Google Doodle marks the celebration of the beginning of Lent with Carnival. Carnival is a very lively festival. It includes parades, vibrant attire, and elaborate music and dance routines. Carnival celebrations take place all over the world but it is very special in Brazil. In fact, people …

Google Doodle
Weiberfastnacht 2019

Google Doodle today marks the celebration of Weiberfastnacht, or Women’s Carnival Day. This festival belongs to Germany and especially to Germany’s Rhineland. Certain cities that belong to the Rhineland like  Mainz, Cologne, and Düsseldorf enjoy the unofficial holiday. One traditional custom is which is to cut the man’s ties and enter the …