How To Make End of The Year Student Awards

As the school year ends, it’s time to celebrate your students’ hard work and achievements. One way to do this is by creating end of the year student awards that recognize their accomplishments and contributions to the classroom. In this post, I will give you step-by-step directions on how to make my Emoji Medallion Awards. ๐ŸŽ–๏ธ

How To Make End of The Year Student Awards

End of The Year Student Awards โ€“ Emoji Medallion Awards

These Emoji Medallion Awards are a set of customizable end of the year student awards designed for teachers to use in their classrooms. The editable awards feature different superlatives and categories that teachers can personalize to fit their students’ unique strengths and qualities.

These student awards were designed to make it easy for teachers to recognize the achievements and contributions of each student in a fun and memorable way while also promoting positive classroom culture and teamwork.

How To Make the Emoji Medallion Awards

How To Make End of The Year Student Awards

These Emoji Medallion Awards are super EASY to make! So, let’s get started on making some memorable end of the year student awards!

Step 1:

Print the superlative medallions on card stock.

Step 2:

Laminate and cut out each medallion.

Step 3:

Hole punch the top of the medallion and attach a piece of string, ribbon, or yarn.

Step 4:

Present the medallions to your students.

Check out this video to see exactly how to make these Emoji Medallion Awards.

Emoji Medallion Awards Included

There are 38 unique end of the year student awards included in this product and 2 blank templates for you to make your own student wards.

  • Always Happy
  • Cracking Up Laughing
  • Sleepy Student
  • Make You Laugh
  • The Best Hugger
  • Star Student
  • The Cat Lover
  • The Dog Lover
  • Creative Genius
  • Singing Superstar
  • Tech Master
  • Math Wizard
  • Chapter Book Champion
  • Soccer Sensation
  • Future Scientist
  • Video Game Extraordinaire
  • Class Party Star
  • Always Cool & Calm
  • Pizza Lover
  • Always Eating Candy
  • Deep Thinker
  • The Loving Friend
  • Peacekeeper
  • Future Sports Star
  • Always on Time
  • Teacher Helper
  • Best Smile
  • Social Studies Star
  • Paper Airplane Master
  • Class Clown
  • Gameboard Champion
  • Neatest Handwriting
  • The Kindness Award
  • Cell Phone Whiz
  • Car Line Rockstar
  • Mindfulness Master
  • Innovative Ideas

End of The Year Awards Celebration

Creating end of the year student awards is a wonderful way to celebrate and recognize your students’ hard work and achievements. By using these Emoji Medallion Awards, you can design personalized and creative awards that reflect the unique strengths and talents of each student in your classroom.

Remember to keep the process fun and inclusive, involving students in selecting categories and criteria and creating opportunities for peer recognition and appreciation. Finally, don’t forget to plan a memorable award ceremony that showcases your students’ achievements and fosters a sense of pride and motivation for future learning.

More End of The Year Ideas

In addition to creating end of the year student awards, you can do many other fun and engaging activities to celebrate the end of the school year with your students. For example, try planning a field day or outdoor games day, where students can participate in various physical activities and games to promote teamwork, sportsmanship, and physical fitness.

Alternatively, you can organize a class party or potluck, where students can bring food and drinks to share and enjoy together. Another great end of the year activity is creating memory books or time capsules, where students can reflect on their experiences and achievements throughout the school year and share them with their classmates.

These activities provide a fun and memorable way to wrap up the school year and foster a sense of community and belonging among students and teachers. If you are looking for more meaningful activities to set up for your students at the end o the school year, check out this blog post. Or check out this blog post with some engaging end of the year read alouds.

How To Make End of The Year Student Awards

I hope this post has inspired you to create some unforgettable end of the year student awards for your classroom. Good luck, and have fun!

Tanya G. Marshall The Butterfly Teacher Transforming Learning for all students

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