Welcome to Doodle 4 Google

Google Philippines recently launched Doodle 4 Google Competition for the Philippines last July 10, 2014 at The Mind Museum. 

Participation is very easy!Download the entry form, print, doodle and submit. This year’s theme is “What can I do for the Philippines?” 
  • Click HERE to download the entry form.
  • After you’ve downloaded your form(s), print them out and let the creativity flow. Teacher’s hosting doodling sessions for their classroom may find the “Teachers Pack” useful. This offers a guide to running a doodling session and ideas for how to help students make their ideas come to life in illustration.
  • Applications can be submitted by parents, guardians, teachers and after-school programs. All applications must be accompanied by a completed official entry form signed by the student’s parent or guardian. Incomplete and/or unsigned forms will result in disqualification. Only one application per student or learner please. If more than one is submitted the first received will be considered and the rest disqualified. There is no limit to the amount of applications a school or community learning center can submit as long as each one is from a different student or learner. 

Asec. José Sixto González Dantes supports Doodle 4 Google

If you wish to submit your entries offline, please go to Postal Mail.
  • Start date: July 10, 2014
  • Closing date: September 19, 2014
  • Announcement Date: November 8
  • Who can join Doodle 4 Google Competition for the Philippines?
There will be 4 age groups:
  • Ages 5 – 8
  • Ages 9 – 11
  • Ages 12 – 14
  • Ages 15 – 17

And here’s the Doodle 4 Google Guest Judges who are inspiring leaders in their fields: Art, Design, Literature, Technology & Innovation and Animation.

  • Efren Penaflorida (Teacher and 2009 CNN Hero of the Year

  • CJ de Silva (Prominently known as the “Promil Kid” and now a Senior Art Director of TBWA-Santiago Mangada Puno)
  • Fidelina A. Corcuera (Senior Vice President and Executive Director of BPI Foundation, Inc.)
  • Ma. Esther Santos (PLDT-Smart Foundation Inc. President)
  • Katy Wu (Doodler of the Philippines Independence Day 2014 doodle)

Doodles will be judged based on the following three categories:
  • Artistic Merit: The quality and skill demonstrated in the doodle. The student’s or learner's age group is considered when evaluating this category.
  • Creativity: How well the student incorporated the Google logo into his or her illustration. The logo must be readable. Unique and creative uses of the letters, background, foreground, etc. are all taken into account.
  • Theme Communication: How clearly the competition theme is expressed in both the artwork and the written statement.

Overall winner will receive:
  •  Trophy awarded by Google
  • Acer C720 Chromebook
  • Art kit from National Book Store
  • PHP 400,000 educational grant from BPI Foundation to be used at a school/college in the Philippines of his or her choice
  • PHP 350, 000 connectivity grant for his or her school or community learning center from PLDT- Smart Foundation
  • His or her doodle displayed on Google Philippines homepage for 24 hours on November 2014.

Happy doodling!



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