When recognizing the accomplishments of students, add a bit of humor and excitement to the occasion by utilizing fun awards for students at the end of the year.
While traditional titles for awards will always serve a purpose, why not make the end-of-the-year awards ceremony a light-hearted occasion that generates a few laughs?
That’s what these fun awards for students at the end of the year will do.
What’s more, struggling students may have anxiety when it comes to academic recognition because they feel as though they are not deserving.
That’s why these certificates make great awards for students who struggle.
Include fun and funny awards for students at the end of the year so that “difficult” or struggling students feel honored and recognized, too.
Here you will find a variety of editable fun awards for students to use at the end of the year.
You’re sure to find an award that fits just about every personality type, quirk, or unique characteristic that your students possess.
Fun Awards for Students At the End of the Year
Following you will find free and editable certificates that provide exciting and funny awards for students at the end of the year.
- Astronaut Award – a student who produces work that is “out of this world”
- Black Hole Award – a student who regularly loses items from his or her desk
- Bookworm Award
- Breaking News Award – a student who is too eager to inform the teacher about which students are or are not behaving appropriately
- Bright Smile Award
- Class Ambassador Award – a student who assists new students, helping them to navigate class plus school routines and procedures
- Class CEO Award – a student who lives to take charge, has a “leader” personality
- Classroom Job Expert Award – a student who consistently does a great job of performing his or her classroom job
- Computer Whiz Award
- Cool Kid Award – a student who is mellow, laid-back, and rarely makes a fuss about anything
- Craftsman Award – a student who is good at creating things
- Crafty Kid Award – a student who likes to do arts and crafts
- Crayon Award – good illustrator, drawer, or sketcher; a child who colors neatly
- Curious George Award – that student who is always asking a million questions about every topic under the sun or a student who is nosy
- Dazzling Dancer Award
- Environmentalist Award – a student who recycles without prompting and/or cares much for Earth
- Facts Expert Award – a student who knows random facts about the most random things
- Firecracker Award – an energetic student
- Friendly Neighbor Award – a student who gets along well with and respects group members when working on a project
- Future Author Award – insert any other profession in which the student shows interest
- Glue Award – a student who stays positive during conflicts, strives the keep peace among peers
- Good Neighbor Award – respects people and property in close surrounding
- Google Genius Award – good with researching information online, skilled with technology
- Grammar Guru Award
- Handwriting Guru Award
- Happy-Go-Lucky Award
- Happy Helper Award
- Headed to Hollywood Award – a student who is “dramatic” over the smallest things
- Heart of Gold Award
- Hearty Laugh Award
- History Buff Award
- Honest Abe Award
- Human Megaphone Award – a student with a loud, clear voice or a student who shouts/yells a lot
- Humanitarian Award
- Larger-Than-Life Award – a student with a big personality
- Learning Lover Award
- Light Bulb Award – a student who is always coming up with original ideas or a student who enjoys problem-solving
- Lovely Listener Award
- Lyrical Genius Award – a student who is gifted at writing poetry or songs
- Mad Scientist Award
- Marvelous Memory Award – a student who retains information well or a student who loves to bring up past news that others would rather forget. 🙂
- Math Facts Expert Award – a student who is proficient at answering all math facts within a certain time limit
- Math Whiz Award
- Merry Messenger Award – performs the morning message with glee
- Most Likely to Design a Video Game Award
- Newsworthy Neatness Award
- Peacemaker Award
- Perfectly Prepared Award
- Phonics King or Queen Award
- Picasso Award
- Playground Award – enjoys learning and/or likes to have fun
- Puzzle Solver Award – really good at solving a variety of puzzles
- Ray of Sunshine Award – demonstrates a growth mindset and is regularly positive
- Rubber Band Award – goes with the flow and shows flexibility when it comes to change
- Safety Superhero Award – follows safety rules when performing a science experiment, playing a sport, or practicing a fire drill
- School Spirit Award – shows a lot of school pride
- Sensational Singer Award
- Smarty Pants Award
- Socialite Award – loves to chat with classmates
- Sponge Award – a student who soaks up knowledge, can easily retain lots of information
- Stamina Award – puts forth maximum effort; able to stick with a task until it’s done
- Sunny Smile Award – brings positivity to others; has an optimistic outlook
- Sunshine Award – knows how to cheer up other students who are feeling down
- Super Smile Award
- Super Storyteller Award – a student is always willing to share a loosely-connected story in relation to a topic being discussed
- Superb Speller Award
- Sweetheart Award
- Technology Guru Award
- Walking Wikipedia Award – a student who knows random facts about many things
- Word Wizard Award – possesses an extensive vocabulary and/or is an excellent speller
Animal-Themed Fun Awards for Students at the End of the Year
- Animal Lover Award
- Busy Bee Award – energetic
- Butterfly Award – a student who has transformed positively or progressed very well during the school year
- Hummingbird Award – a student who moves about the classroom constantly and/or always finds an excuse to move or get up
- Koala Award – a student who consistently produces “koala-ty” work
- Lion Award – a student who shows strong leadership qualities
- Shark Award – attacks assignments and challenges with confidence
- Social Butterfly Award – a student who is constantly out of his or her seat, socializing with classmates
Food-Themed End-of-Year Funny Awards for Students
- Cheez-It Award – a student who is “grate” or demonstrates “grateness”
- Cool As a Cucumber Award – laid-back; stays calm in stressful situations
- Cracker Jack Award – a student who is unpredictable and full of surprises
- Cupcake Award – a sweet and kind child
- Donut Award – students who “donut” give up when the going keeps tough
- Fruit Roll Up Award – a student who “rolls” into school every day on time
- Ice Cream Award – a student with a laid-back personality; rarely if ever becomes upset
- Ice Cube Award – a student who is laid-back, calm, and easy-going
- Melon Award – an award that honors a student’s uniqueness because he or she is “one in a melon”
- Party Mix Award – a student whose unique personality adds flavor to the class community
- Pretzel Award – a student who keeps peers and/or group members out of a bind; things would be “in knots” without this student
- Smart Cookie Award – very intelligent, sarcastic, or witty
- Taco Award – a student whose peers find him or her easy to talk to; they can “taco-about” anything with this student
- Teddy Grahams Award – loveable and sweet student
- Tough Cookie Award – never gives up; works through challenges with a positive attitude
Fun Hashtag End-of-Year Awards
- #BUSYBEE Award – a student who is always on the move
- #BIGDREAMS Award – a student who has lots of dreams and aspirations for the future
- #TECHNINJA Award – a student who is great with technology
- #BOOKWORM Award
Download Funny Awards for Students at the End of the Year
You don’t have to follow the usual script when it comes to giving awards to students.
Add humor with these funny awards for students at the end of the year.
If you’re seeking end-of-the-year awards for difficult students, these fun awards will serve you well. Students will feel so proud.
End the school year with every student feeling confident, valued, and appreciated.
Download these fun end-of-the-year awards for students in PDF form or grab an editable version here. (You must first log into your Google account before accessing the editable Google Slides).