This traditional school apple comes in three, assorted "an apple a day keeps the doctor away" colors. (7/8").
A fall pumpkin is sure to be a hit with teachers as they seek innovative ways to keep children from being mischievous because of sugar "highs." Orange. (7/8" tall).
"Gobble, Gobble." Use this Thanksgiving Day turkey to help young people earn better grades, maintain healthy behaviors or strive to reach new goals. Bronze. (7/8" tall).
These holiday trees will give your students "visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads." Hang the tree from backpacks, shoes, wrists and necks. Forest Green. (7/8" tall).
Dazzling award for dazzling winter achievements.
Looking for a good January or winter award? Powerful reward for life-changing behavior or goals reached.
Now you have a choice between a replica of a human heart or a Valentine heart. Great way to motivate and award kids in February! Red. (7/8" tall).
This is not a Cupid's heart. Instead, it is a red replica of the heart that beats inside all of us, 2 billion times or more, during our lifetime. Amazing detail: aorta, coronary arteries and more. Really cool. This is what kids asked us to create. Red. (7/8" tall).
The word "shamrock" comes from the Irish word "seamrog," which means little clover. Whether you’re welcoming spring, celebrating St Patrick’s Day in March, or awarding hard work in 4-H, students love these vibrant green clovers! (7/8" tall).
Motivate and award your students’ most special achievements in March with this fun mix of fancy Shamrocks. Your students will love these classy 5 mixed colors – Lime Green Pearl, Glacier Green, Forest Pearl, Dark Green Pearl, and Bronze! (7/8" tall).
Great award for motivating youth during the rainy days of spring. 7/8" tall.
Tom Turkey is strutting his stuff in style.
This glow-in-the-dark pumpkin is a fun-filled alternative award that will make your Halloween classroom brighter, cheerier and, like its orange partner, less mischevious because of fewer sugar highs.