The 2012 Doodle 4 Google contest for K-12 students is open. Kids can enter now through March 23. Be sure to visit Google May 18 to see the winner’s 24 hours of fame.
At Kerpoof, kids can create cards, make animated movies, tell stories and more. Most features are free, although a login is needed to take advantage of the additional features you can purchase with earned coins. Features like “Make a Picture” are rather blah until you’ve earned some coins.
Lego has a social network, Rebrick, where people can share their creations. To join you have to be over 13, but nonmembers can view the posted creations.
Speaking of Lego, love the Lego Boston Tea Party video created by a student at San Juan Hills High School.