Are you looking for a unique set of classroom awards? Honor your students unique character traits with these end of the year awards featuring famous people from history.

This set of 40 Character Trait Awards are named for different people. Each person represents a character trait related to their achievements. For example, Thurgood Marshall represents Citizenship, while the Julia Child award is for Enthusiasm. The historical people on the awards include both men and women and represent a variety of cultures.

This year, celebrate your students character by giving end of the year awards that focus on positive character traits. Each trait is related to a historical person. Great for upper elementary, middle school, or high school students.

Teachers are able to add a textbox and type the awards, or simply print them and write the names by hand.

The eye-catching design of the awards will appeal to all ages. These awards would be a perfect fit for social studies or language arts classrooms, as well as schools that focus on character education.

This year, celebrate your students character by giving end of the year awards that focus on positive character traits. Each trait is related to a historical person. Great for upper elementary, middle school, or high school students.

As many of the character traits featured are higher level vocabulary words, these awards best fit upper elementary through high school students.

This year, celebrate your students character by giving end of the year awards that focus on positive character traits. Each trait is related to a historical person. Great for upper elementary, middle school, or high school students.