End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!

End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!
End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!
End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!
End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!
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We all have students in our classroom who excel in every area of school, so it’s easy to fall into a pattern of only highlighting common accomplishments like All A’s and perfect attendance. Yes, those accomplishments are wonderful and should be celebrated! But what about the kids who didn’t make the honor roll, but improved a ton over the course of a school year? What about the student who wasn’t all that great at writing responses to reading, but could express more through drawing? Those kids deserve awards too and their unique talents should be celebrated! These awards provide you with the opportunity to celebrate those unique, creative outlets of some of students.

Don’t see an award that you need? Email me at lifeinfirstgrade@gmail.com and I’ll do my best to add it to the awards!

The following awards are offered in this unit. Some are obvious, but an explanation is given for the not so obvious ones

Best Behavior Award
All A’s Honor Roll
A.R. Award: for reaching a goal in Accelerated Reading
All A’s and B’s Honor Roll
Best Listener
Sunshine Award- given to the person who always gives it their all and is excited about every activity, center, project, event, etc.
Perfect Attendance
Most improved
Fluency Award
Best Foot Forward- someone who always tries their hardest in everything they do
Artist Award- given to the person who expresses better through drawing or creating a picture, rather than writing
Happy Go Lucky Award- given to the student who is always in a good mood
Best Book Chooser- given to the person who always know exactly the right book they need. Always chooses a “just right” book
Best Center Behavior- given to the student who always behaves in centers
Non-Fiction Expert- given to the student who loves non fiction books.
Biggest Helper Award: Got a student who is always your go to helper? Or a student that others always asks for help? This is the award for them!
Bookworm Award- could be used in a number of ways: top reading grade, biggest lover of reading, etc.
Friendliest Award

An award for the 100 Club is also included. The 100 Club Award is only given to students who read over 100 books throughout the year!

Happy Teaching!
Leslie Ann
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End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!
End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!
End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!
End of the Year Awards: Celebrate Students' Unique Gifts!
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