Awards by the Activity
Looking for a specific activity or sport award? You have found the right place. The listing below matches specific activities with awards currently available at Fitness Finders. We have over 200 great incentive awards from which to choose. So find your activity and see what we have in store for you.
As of yet, though, we do not have a specific award for every sport. For example, we have a Soccer Ball, but not a basketball. We do, however, have Basketball Treads and a Hand or Sneaker Award for your basketball enthusiasts.
Unable to find your activity? Peruse the list and capture some ideas from the suggestions provided for other sports and activities.
We also have a number of "Multi-purpose Awards" that may be used for any activity. Everything from Mascot Awards to Character Tags and Numbers up to 125. Be sure to scroll down and check out these great options as well.
AWARDS FOR SOCCER PROGRAMS
Many fall soccer programs are coming to an end. Looking for some fun challenges for your players? Here are some easy ways to challenge their skills and reward them at the same time.
Use the Soccer Balls to award your players for consecutive juggles.
Establish a schedule of awards. Set the levels according to the skill of your players. The following is an award schedule used for elementary students (K-5) at Jackson Christian Elementary in Jackson, Michigan. The students worked on their juggling throughout the fall then ended their soccer unit with a juggling challenge. The challenge became a real encouragement to all the students as they cheered each other on and congratulated each other for their success.
Challenges may also be used for other soccer skills:
Dribbling Challenge - Dribble a ball through a course of cones in specified times.
Punting Challenge - Punt (or drop kick) a soccer ball specified distances. (Measure where the ball hits the ground, not the rolling distance.)
Goal Challenge - Make a specified number of goals when shooting from established spots around the goal.
I am sure you can come up with more possibilities. (How about sharing them with us?) Again, just be sure everyone has opportunity to receive Soccer Ball award. They may not all be successful, but set the awards so that if a student applies effort during the unit or soccer season, the first award level is attainable.