Google has announced the finalists of this year’s Google Doodle challenge (Theme : ‘If I could teach anyone anything, it would be’).

To assist it in helping choose the winner and celebrate the creative ideas presented by these kids, Google now invites the general public to show their support by voting for their favourite doodle to select one winner from each group.

Online voting starts from today and will close on November 10. The national winner will be chosen from these finalists basis the votes received from public and the ranking by the jury. The winning doodle will find its place on the google.co.in homepage on November 14, for Children’s Day.

These entries went through two rounds of judging, first by a group of art schools judges, and then by the national jury comprising of Cartoonist Ajit Ninan, Art Director Savio Mascarenhas, Creative Wizard Rob and Google’s Chief Doodler Ryan Germick.

Details of the finalists along with their doodles are showcased at doodles.google.co.in/d4g.

Here are 5 of our favourites – do vote up for the ones you liked the most!

1. Traffic Rules & Road Safety

By Insha Khan, The Emerald Heights International School, Indore.

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2. Google Doodle : Reading Books

P. Raja Rohit, Sri Prakash Vidyaniketan, Visakhapatnam

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3. Live In The Moment

By Aarushi Kumari, St. Anthony High School, Patna.

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4. Indian Classical Dance

By Anushka Sarkar, Delhi Public School, Nerul (W), Navi Mumbai.

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5. Art of Rangoli

By Niranjana Simha DH, Silver Oaks International School, Surjapur, Bengaluru

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This list is closed for submission.