I’m pretty sure that if Obama wins another four years in office the last thing he’s going to need is an awards certificate printed on someone’s home computer in a congratulatory effort. If I wanted to go out on a limb here I could branch off into what kinds of things might be printed up on home computers if Obama wins another four years—but that could spell trouble.
Small Victories Can Be A Big Deal
Politics is introduced to children at young age thanks to history class and possibly even geology. As early as high school our kids are introduced to the political system by voting for or running for class presidents, vice presidents, treasurers and more. They even elect homecoming queens and kings. Should your child run for office in a school setting it certainly won’t hurt to award them with a certificate of achievement. Where does one find such certificates? Silly parent… Online. And they are free!
The Debate Team And Speeches
Once again this is a case where your young one can be preparing themselves and honing their skills when it comes to giving speeches for elections or any number of other political speaking engagements. Giving a particularly moving speech or accomplishing something of significance on the debate team definitely calls for a certificate or award in recognition of an achievement.
It’s not easy to get up in front of a roomful of people and speak; particularly when they are either friends of yours or hoity-toity clicks that have formed in school. It can in fact act be downright paralyzing.