How to make amazing certificates for students in Google Slides and PowerPoint
“A teacher affects eternity; he can never tell where his influence stops.” This saying can perfectly summarize how important the role of a teacher is and the influence they have on their students both personally and academically. Both you and your scholars have done a great job this year, and what better way to reward and recognize all the work done by your learners than with amazing certificates or diplomas.
In this post, we’re going to share with you four creative PowerPoint templates and Google Slides themes with which to create amazing certificates for students of all school levels. Here we go!
Class Awards Certificates
This template allows you to easily modify diplomas for your Elementary School lessons. It contains illustrations that combine hand-drawn and doodle style, as well as pastel colors’ decorations. Whatever your subject is, you will have the perfect slide for you and your students.
The cartoon style used makes the drawings have a creative and fun touch. In addition, the typography is simple and reminiscent of handwriting, which makes your scholars feel the spirit of your lessons reflected in each diploma.
This presentation is designed so that you can deliver the certificates in digital or physical format, depending on the option that best suits you in each case. You can send them by e-mail or print them and deliver them personally to each student. If you need help or you are not sure how to do it you can read the tutorial how to print presentations in Google Slides or PowerPoint.
Download the free editable Class Awards Certificates template to surprise your students and become the teacher of the year!
High School End of the Year Awards
For the secondary school phase, we have a Google Slides theme and PowerPoint template with a more formal and elegant design. Your students are about to make the leap to college, so we have added some details such as graduation caps or laurel wreaths that give a more sober academic look.
It is important to recognize student achievements, so in this template we have included a variety of slides to organize your own awards gala. Celebrate the end of the academic year with the High School End of the Year Awards presentation. And the Oscar for the best music student goes to…
Primary School End of the Year Awards
If high school is a decisive part of our lives, Elementary School is even more so. Your students, after a year of hard work, deserve this small reward that will make them come back next course with great enthusiasm. Download the Primary School End of the Year Awards template and make sure there’s no end of year like this one.
You can find several examples of diplomas specially designed for Elementary School students. Personalize them with your signature, the student’s name, the text of your choice and, of course, their well-deserved award!
These slides have a cream-colored background, a creative and fun style, doodle-like illustrations, and freehand typography that will catch your students’ attention. And if that wasn’t enough, the drawings accompany the topic of each diploma, so each design is unique. Amazing, don’t you think?
Preschool End of the Year Awards
Use the Preschool End of the Year Awards template to celebrate the end of the school year of your preschool students. These slides are specially created for toddlers, they have a cute style with pastel colors and animal illustrations that they will easily recognize.
Among its designs, you will find a wide variety of certificates for “Best Player”, “Best Dancer”, “Best Actor”… all of them prepared to fascinate your pupils and sure to please their parents as well.
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