Printable Award Certificates for Kids

Awards to recognize student achievement can build kids' self-esteem, encourage additional effort, and promote positive values.

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Reading & Writing Awards
For authoring well-written and creative stories.
This award is for making marvelous progress in reading and it features an illustration of a girl reading a book.
This award is given to a student for making marvelous progress in reading and it features an illustration of a boy reading a book.
For showing fabulous decoding and reading comprehension skills.
This Reading Recognition Award is given to a student who displays excellence in reading comprehension.
For demonstrating a love for books and reading.
For reading 10 books.
For reading 25 books.
For reading 40 books.
For reading 50 books.
For reading 100 books.
This phonics awards is awarded for demonstrating fantastic phonics skills.
For demonstrating model penmanship with careful, neat, and clear cursive handwriting.
Other School Subjects
For sensational problem-solving, accurate arithmetic, and all-around mathematics success!
For achieving sensational success in Social Studies!
Give this award to a student who has sensational spelling skills! This award also has an illustration with a girl on it.
Give this award to a student who has sensational spelling skills! This award has an illustration with a boy on it.
For achieving sensational success as a young scientist!
For demonstrating outstanding and creative art abilities!
Music Awards
Award this to a student who demonstrates masterful musical skills! (Features an illustration of a girl).
Award this to a student who demonstrates masterful musical skills! (Features an illustration of a boy).
For your superb singing skills!
For outstanding musical skills!
For demonstrating exceptional musical ability in band!
For demonstrating exceptional musical skill in the orchestra!
Computer Awards
For demonstrating amazing computer skills.
For being able to type quickly and accurately on a computer.
More School Awards
Wishing you happiness and fun on your special day.
It has been a pleasure seeing your smiling face in class each day.
Students who try very hard can be awarded this "courageous effort" certificate, which features a picture of a lion.
This award can be given to students for making great progress in any given subject.
For sharing an item with the class for show and tell.
For handing in all homework assignments
Honor and Merit Rolls
Print this regal red and gold honor roll certificate to celebrate academic excellence. (Note: If you'd like a version that allows you to type the recipient's grade and name, please click the "ALT" button below.)
3rd through 12th Grades
If your school has a system with A, A/B, and B honor rolls, then you'll want to use this certificate for your A-Honor students. (Note: If you'd like a version that allows you to type the recipient's name and grade, please click the "ALT" button below.)
3rd through 12th Grades
This handsome A-B Honor Roll award certificate is gold and turquoise colored. (Note: If you'd like a version that allows you to type the recipient's name, please click the "ALT" button below.)
3rd through 12th Grades
The B Honor Roll award is green and gold. (Note: If you'd like a version that allows you to type the recipient's name, please click the "ALT" button below.)
3rd through 12th Grades
For students performing well academically, but slightly below honor-level, here's a Merit Roll certificate.
3rd through 12th Grades
Character Awards
For being such a kind and caring person.
For being such a responsible student.
For being such a wonderfully cooperative person.
For exhibiting model behavior in school.
Thanks for being such a terrific helper today.
Kids Create Their Own Awards
Students fill in the blank lines and give the award to their mother.
Students fill in the blanks and give the award to their father.
Students fill in the blank spaces and give the certificate to their grandmother.
Students fill in the blank spaces and give the certificate to their grandfather.
Students fill in the blank lines and give the award to their brother.
Students fill in the blank lines and give the award to their sister.
Students fill in the blank lines and give the award to their favorite teacher.
Students fill in the blank lines and give the award to their favorite friend.
Students fill in the blank lines and give the award to the funniest person.
Students fill in the blank lines and give the award to the kindest person.
Trophies
Print out this writing trophy on cardstock paper. Cut out the shapes and glue them together to make an adorable trophy.
You can print out this trophy craft on cardstock paper and cut out the shapes with scissors. Then you can glue the pieces together and present this cute award to your first-place spelling bee winner!
This first place reading trophy is so easy to make! All you need to do is print out the file on thick paper such as cardstock, cut out the shapes, and glue them together. This full color trophy makes the perfect award!
Print out this cute first place music trophy on cardstock. Cut out the pieces with scissors and glue them together. Give the award to the first place student in music class!
Print out this first place math trophy for your stellar math students! Print out the file on cardstock paper, cut out the pieces, and glue them together to make this eye-catching trophy.
Dad will be proud to receive this "Best Dad" trophy! Print out the trophy on cardstock paper, cut out the three shapes with scissors, and glue the shapes together. What a fun activity for kids to do and give to their dad!
Print out this adorable trophy for Mom! It's so easy to put together! All you have to do is print out the file on cardstock, cut out the pieces, and glue them together. Moms will love this "Best Mom" trophy!
Making this Best Grandpa Trophy is as easy as 1-2-3! Print out the file on heavy paper such as cardstock. Cut out each piece with scissors. Glue the pieces together. You're done!
Grandma will love this "Best Grandma" trophy! Print it out on cardstock and cut out the pieces with scissors. Glue them together and your trophy is ready to be given to a special Grandma!
See also:
Kindergarten and Preschool Awards

Many, many more awards for young children.

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