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Cooperation Certificate - Good Character Award

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide | 1 page

Celebrate your students’ cooperative behavior by awarding them with a personalized Cooperation Award.

Celebrate Cooperative Behavior in the Classroom

Encouraging a sense of teamwork in the classroom is really important for helping kids learn and grow. When students work together, they develop key skills that will serve them well in future collaborations. It’s all about creating an environment that fosters learning and empowers students to succeed!

We’re all about helping you celebrate those big wins with your students, starting with a brand new set of customizable awards to give to your students exhibiting cooperative behavior. Simply download the file, type in your students’ names and school, print, and sign! Your students will love showing off their award!

How to Teach Cooperation in the Classroom

  • Children learn by watching the behavior of adults around them. Model cooperative behavior by working collaboratively with others and showing respect for different viewpoints and ideas.
  • Creating a positive classroom environment that values teamwork and collaboration can foster cooperative behavior among students. Encourage students to collaborate on group projects and activities and provide possibilities to practice problem-solving and conflict-resolution skills.
  • Using cooperative games and exercises that require teamwork and cooperation can be a fun and effective way to teach children the value of working together. Team-building exercises, group projects, and collaborative problem-solving assignments can help children develop collaborative skills.
  • Positive reinforcement can be an effective tool in teaching children cooperative behavior. Provide clear feedback when students work well together and offer recognition and rewards for cooperative behavior.

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