For the last 10 years, Google has held the Doodle for Google contest.

Each year, students from across the United States are encouraged to submit drawings that reflect their hopes and dreams. The drawings become the Google homepage for 24 hours.

This year was a little different. 

For 2018's theme "What inspires me...", Google designers would transform their art into an interactive 'Google' on Google's homepage. 

This year's submissions were dwindled down to a top few, but only one lucky child would win the opportunity to see their artwork come to life. 

Doodle for Google's 2018 winner was 2nd grader Sarah Gomez-Lane of Falls Church, Virginia. 


She drew a group of dinosaurs because they inspire her to become a paleontologist when she grows up. 

As the winner, Gomez-Lane was able to collaborate with the Doodle design team to bring her artwork to life. 

In addition to having her work interactively displayed on Google's website for the day, she also received a $30,000 scholarship for college and $50,000 to her elementary school for technology purposes. 

You can dream like a kid today by visiting Google's website.

If your child wants to enter their artwork for the 2019 Doodle for Google contest, visit

Contest closes March 18th.