Posted in 3-4 yr olds, 5-6 yr olds, 6-7 yr olds, Writing

Handwriting Awards Certificate with Prim-Ed Merit Stickers

Calling all teachers who love to give out award certificates but are broke from buying them or printing them with coloured ink!!

 I have created some cute Handwriting Award Certificates in the past and printed them onto coloured paper or card. They just never seem as appealing to me. They look a little cheap or something. I almost died when I saw these:

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For 2.95 Euro you get 96 stickers. That’s a whole lot of awards people and at an absolute bargain basement price. Click here for a link.

Who knew that Prim-Ed sold stickers?! Was I living under a rock? Did you know? Break it to me gently if you did 😉 Incase you are only hearing about it now here is a link to their stickers page. Worth checking out. Click here for a link.

Anyway,  these stickers inspired me  to create a new certificate for Handwriting. I think that the merit sticker is just perfect. It makes the award look far more “formal” and “special”.  Just the look I was going for. Click here to download your free Handwriting Award.

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I will use these merit stickers for other forms of  “extra specialness” in workbooks, reading logs, attendance awards etc. Did you notice the “Good Sport” award? Perfect for  Sport’s Day or when a child shows good sportsmanly traits in P.E or in the yard.

I know that this award template can be used without the sticker but I think that 2.95 worth it for the effect. I don’t think that the photos do the stickers justice. The certificates really look like they  have teacher’s seal of approval.

Have fun,

Miss Mernagh 🙂

 

p.s the cute page border is from http://www.mycutegraphics.com

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