I’m a Science Star FREEBIE

With science not getting much time devoted to it during a regular class schedule (at least in elementary) I think it is important that is gets recognition too!! I made these handy badges you could hole punch and laminate for students to wear when they do especially well in science.

These work wonders for younger kids and can be used in addition to other “Super Student” badges and such so that no one feels left out!

I use them for answers to tough questions, if students make a great hypothesis, did well on an experiment, etc….  the possibilities are really endless.





The clipart used is from Mellonheadz
Font is Kevin and Amanda

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  1. Julie Sawyer on July 13, 2012 at 1:44 pm

    I'm thinking my kids could glue these into science notebooks – thanks!

    Julie
    Math is Elementary

  2. April Walker on July 13, 2012 at 2:15 pm

    Very cute! Lots of ways these could be used.
    ~April
    The Idea Backpack
    ideabackpack@gmail.com

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