Is there something that your brother is really good at, or maybe he's done something really kind for you? Use this printable to make him a personal award.
Awards and Medals
Enjoy these fun printable medals, trophies and incentives for kids. Use them in the classroom or home to reward or encourage good behaviour, in conjunction with our printable certificates and bookmarks. Useful for your own Olympic games or Sports Day too, perhaps!
I created this printable for our Enid Blyton section but of course you can use it for any club, Enid Blyton-inspired or not! Encourage the children to try out various designs in each of the circles before picking one to recreate for "real" card badges.
Is there something your brother is really good at? Or is he just the best brother in the world? Print this trophy template out then fill in his name, and why you think he deserves it!
Does your sister have a special talent, or is she simply the best sister in the world? Use our printable to make her a trophy to say 'well done'.
Anne Frank was one of the most important people of the 20th century and was a very strong and brave person. Can the children design a special medal to recognise her achievements?
As well as being famous for being one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, Benjamin Franklin was a talented writer, inventor and scientist. This worksheet asks the children to design their own award to celebrate his achievements.
Can you design a medal for Emmeline Pankhurst in recognition of everything she did to help women gain the right to vote?
In 1966 Eusebio won the Golden Boot for top scorer at the World Cup tournament, with nine goals in six games. Can the children design their own medal to celebrate some of his other achievements?
Helen Keller achieved many great things during her life, including becoming the first deaf-blind person to be awarded a degree - but can the children design their own award for her?
Isabella Bird was the first woman to be awarded the Honorary Fellowship of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, and she was elected to membership of the Royal Photographic Society on 12 January 1897.
Mae Jemison has received several awards and honorary doctorates for her accomplishments, but can the children design their own award for her?
Marie Curie famously became the first woman to be awarded a Noble Prize, but can the children design their own medal to commemorate her outstanding achievements?
Millicent Fawcett was the first woman to be honoured with a statue in London's famous parliament square - can the children design their own medal to celebrate her achievements?
Pele won his first World Cup for Brazil when he was only 17 years old and has gone on to win many awards throughout his life. Can the children design their own medal for him using our worksheet?
Taylor Swift has already won ten Grammy Awards - I wonder where she keeps them all?! Our fun worksheet lets the children design their own award to add to her big collection!
Astronaut Tim Peake has already received an award from the Queen, but can the children design their own award for him?
The Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU) presented medals to suffragettes who had gone on hunger strike in prison as a form of protest.
There are 16 messages on these monster achievement cards, and 16 different monsters that we think the kids will love. Hand them out as a special recognition in the classroom or home. We have blank monster cards too, if you would prefer to write your own message.
We have sixteen of these adorable monster cards, which you can use in many different ways. You could hand them out to the kids to recognise achievement, writing your own message on the card rather than using our pre-made monster achievement cards.
Kids can use our Olympic medals to print for their own Olympic games or to make badges. Great for teachers too - everyone likes to receive a medal!
Just what you need when holding your own Olympic games, these Olympic medals with ribbon also make fun reward badges for teachers to hand out at school.
They might be a little tricky to cut out, but these printable rosettes with gold, silver and bronze medals included make a super party badge or incentive to hand out which kids will be proud to pin onto their chests!
We don't always show how much we appreciate our families, so why not ask the kids to design an award for their sister - it's bound to make her feel special!
These pretty bookmarks are a great way to recognise "special" behaviour. They are also fun to give to any child, just to remind them how special they are! They print four to a page and are quick to cut out.
Use our sports trophy printable so that kids can design and embellish their own trophies and "etch" the winners on the plate on the stand - or cut it out and use it as a "prize" in your own sports competition!
Print these "Star of the week" bookmarks to hand out in the classroom or home. Perhaps you could add a note to the back to explain why the bookmark has been awarded, with the date?
Make sure your child's teacher knows how much you appreciate him or her with this fun printable craft! Instructions for our teacher appreciation rosettes here - or just colour in the printables and string them to a ribbon for a medal.