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Celebrate workers in one's school! Honor volunteers and staff with handmade certificates, medals, or ribbons. Let them know they’re appreciated.
Ask students to look around their school to find volunteers—people who make your school a better place for learning without getting paid. You might find them on the playground, in the office, in the classroom, or in the media center. Volunteers also run organizations that raise money for the school. They may make snacks for a party or coordinate the book fair, too.
Challenge students to think of ways they can thank all of these generous people for helping at school. Might they throw a party or make a poster to display in the hallway? Students plan an event with classmates.
In addition to celebrations, volunteers can receive certificates, medals, or ribbons of THANKS made just for them. On a recycled file folder, students design a unique thank-you with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils.
Color designs with Crayola Metallic Crayons. The metallic colors look so official! They work especially well to create shimmering borders, gold medals, silver ribbons, and original seals on certificates. These cool twist-up crayons work great on dark paper, too.
Students compose thank you messages specifically for what the volunteer does. Be sure to include the person’s name, the school's name, and the date.
Students cut out awards with Crayola Scissors. Attach sections together with Crayola Glue Sticks. Add a glittering touch with Crayola Glitter Glue. Air-dry awards.
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