Many things mean more than it seems at the first look. Take, for example, Arnie’s head (please take it carefully!): how does it look like? Free your imagination: is it a mug with hidden handle? Or a watering can from the Sun Shower fun online game? Or a Flash Gamm! winner’s cup?.. This imaginational children’s game don’t waste the time: that’s how kids learn to maintain their creative skills online!
Just look to what results this fun kids’ game may lead when kids have paper, pencils… and when their flight of fancy is directed at the certain way! Google is now conducting one of its most touching online competition for children called Doodle 4 Google.
Now it’s focused on the U.S. kids: all K-12 students are invited “to create their own Google doodle inspired by the theme, “If I Could Do Anything, I Would…“.” Look at the painted dreams in the list of State Finalists – and admit that kids create braver than we, adults! While we’re making virtual playgrounds and game websites for kids, kids dream of a playground in space. While we’re concerning with games kids can play, kids are ready to save the world. While we’re caring of educational games for kids, our small boys and girls are ready to teach us some lessons!
“Internet and free kids games ruined children’s creativity,” some parents mutter. “Computer is a handy tool to create works of great talent, while online kids’ games assist children in learning,” other mothers and fathers object. Endless arguing seems to be solved soon… and not without help of creative children and their games!
Don’t miss the chance to vote for the most impressive kids’ artwork in every grade group from the Regional Finalists’ list: online voting is open to May 25, 2010.