As we approach the end of the school year, I’ve been thinking about how we can celebrate our student’s accomplishments in a fun and meaningful way. With everything going on, virtual end-of-the-year award ceremonies have become quite popular, and if you’re considering hosting one yourself, you’re in the right place.
I know it might sound a bit daunting, but it’s actually much easier than you might think! I’d love to share what I’ve found with you and help you plan your own virtual ceremony! Let’s start with the basics.
What are the best awards for students?
For elementary students, it is so fun to think of cute and exciting award ideas that will make your students smile from ear to ear. Here are some ideas.
- MOST UNIQUES
- MOST CARING
- BRAVE HEART
- BEST LAUGH
Whether you’re looking for virtual awards or in-person awards, I have a resource that covers them both!
My Virtual End of the Year Awards Ceremony Resource makes it easy for you to print out physical copies or virtually send awards to your students.
This resource includes Google Slides™, directions, a planning sheet, and a tutorial video. Just add students’ pictures and use the edit boxes that are ready for you to insert names and dates.
Students will love meeting online or in person for an end-of-the-year award ceremony!
Here’s what’s included:
37 are pre-made awards
3 are blank awards
1 pdf with directions and a planning sheet
Music is set and ready to loop
You can add images, videos, names, dates, and your signature. Simply delete the slides you don’t want in the show.
You can practice first by pushing present and when you are ready for your virtual award ceremony invite students and families.
This resource includes all of the award ideas listed above and more! Check out the demo video here.
Are you doing a virtual or in-person end-of-the-year award ceremony this year? Let me know in the comments!
For more end-of-the-year activities, check out my post here.