Do-it-yourself certificates

25th May 2001 at 01:00
Since the handing out of certificates is about making children feel special, it's a good idea to keep a variety to hand. You can use these websites to create and print customised certificates when you need them. They're a useful resource for teaching assistants and support teachers, and children can design and print certificates for staff and each other, too. Make sure you're using a colour printe.

l insists that you register first, then you can customise your own award certificates.

* uses the maker software, but you don't have to register.

* and www.successcertificates. com both have a series of ready-made certificates to choose from.

Selected by TES web journalist and primary teacher Fiona Flynn

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