Drawing for Dollar$ Rules

Official Rules

  • The drawing must be the original work of the student.
  • Drawings must be on a white background and 8 1/2″ X 11″ in size.
  • Drawings must be in color; markers, crayons, map pencils and paint are appropriate and encouraged. Artwork created digitally is also accepted (NEW!)
  • The economic or personal finance concept illustrated must printed on the picture and spelled correctly.
  • The drawing must accurately portray the economic or personal finance topic drawn.
  • Student must be enrolled in an Oklahoma school and a teacher or principal named on the entry form for verification.
  • Artwork can be mailed or submitted online.
    • Mailed submissions: Mail the artwork to the Oklahoma Council on Economic Education, 100 N University Dr., Box 103, Edmond 73034. All entries must be postmarked by the deadline date. Please be sure each piece of artwork has a Student Entry Form taped to the back and that the package includes a Teacher/Class Entry Form if applicable (see Entry Forms below).
    • Online submissions: Online submissions should be digitally created or scanned copies of hand-drawn artwork (photos not accepted) with a resolution of 300dpi and in a JPEG or PNG format (see Entry Forms below).
  • All entries become the property of the Oklahoma Council on Economic Education and may be used for publicity purposes.
  • A panel will judge the drawings, and the judges’ decisions are final.
  • Division categories are: Pre-K – 2nd grade, 3rd – 5th grade, 6th – 8th grade and 9th – 12th grade. Students with the winning drawings will receive a monetary award and a certificate.
  • The judging criteria will be based on Creativity (20%), Accuracy of Concept (40%) and Interpretation of Concept (40%).