End your school year by giving your students these 30 ready-to-print awards! Each of the award titles include an idiom and an explanation for why the student is receiving the award (related to the idiom). All you have to do is print, sign/date, and you are done!
End of Year Student Awards: Certificates & Medals .most of these awards are also great to use at any time throughout the school year to encourage students, give recognition to hard workers, and build a positive and supportive classroom community Más
Price $6.00 “Intelligence plus character-that is the goal of true education.” and "A lie will never live." Learning about Martin Luther King Jr.'s role in US history can be exciting! This lesson includes: lesson plans with song and reading links,a short story about Martin Luther King Jr.,directions, 46 task cards, keys, and 2 student awards cards.
FUN End of Year Awards! These awards are meant to be super FUN for the end of the year! There are 36 awards for students based on many different student interests and quirks! If there is another award you would like to see added, pl
un custom questions for teachers. Faculty "Would You Rather" Game for faculty meeting fun and stress relief. Plus Funny (or serious) Teacher Awards for Staff Meetings. Some examples from the Would You Rather game: Eat the school lunch every day for ever
End of the Year Awards Your Students Can Color! (Grades 3-6)
End your school year by giving your students these 30 ready-to-print awards! Each of the award titles include alliteration (Examples: The Humble Humanitarian Award, The Talented Techie Award, The Patient Problem-Solver Award etc.
End of the Year FIRST GRADE Student Superlative Awards Certificates
Give them something to remember their special FOURTH GRADE year by! End of Year Student Award Superlative Certificate Designs 30 Unique Student Award Certificates for your students to cherish! Each award certificate has a creative title to bestow on your
*Now fully editable*Fun custom questions for teachers. Faculty "Would You Rather" Game for faculty meeting fun and stress relief. Plus Funny (or serious) Teacher Awards for Staff Meetings.Some examples from the Would You Rather game:Eat the school lunch