Here are the printable certificates you can give to children to recognise their efforts in helping their monster in King Peter's magical reading village.

Being rewarded can be a huge motivator for children. Use these certificates as you see fit - you know your children best! Here are some reading for pleasure skills that you might want to reward children for:

Trying new things: reading different sorts of text, from signposts and instructions, to a whole range of fiction and non-fiction books.

Simply enjoying reading: there’s a whole world of reading to explore - from finding a favourite book or enjoying reading piece of text or dialogue.

Accomplishing something through reading: children complete jobs to get rewarded with books for their monster’s bookshelf.

Being part of a reading community: making friends in the game and helping out the villagers with quests that require reading; popping into the village library to read along with Goldspear, Coco and others.

Solving challenges and following the game's story as it unfolds: reading recipes to make treats, reading the delivery instructions to deliver books and going on quests to deal with the book-eating goblin.

Choosing what they like: discovering new authors, poems, stories and series of children’s books that they love.

Demonstrating improved stamina and keeping on reading: collecting and reading the ebooks in the game, or playing (and therefore reading) the game's story, dialogue and instructions. There’s a whole world of reading to explore as much or as little as they want.

Here is your printable certificate!

Certificate with space for name

Tap to get certificate (without space for name)

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