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First year of college

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Sophomore First Day Sign Printable class of 2025 Sophomore sign. 16"x20", 11"x14" and 8"x10" DIGITAL PRINTABLE FILES (JPG) ❆❆INSTANT DOWNLOAD!❆❆Simply order, download, print & enjoy! The print comes as seen in the previews – no changes can be made. A download link will be emailed to you once the order is complete (no physical prints will be sent).❆❆WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE❆❆ (3) - downloadable, high-resolution, print-ready files. 1-8x10, 1-11x14, and 1-16x20 300 dpi No physical product will be…

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Style: 8.5" x 11" Spiral Notebook Accessorize while you organize with these hand made spiral notebooks. The front and back covers are customizable with your images and text, and the notebook covers are laminated to ensure durability. Choose from 4 notebook styles, hardcover or softcover versions, 7 different spiral colors and 10 page design options to make your one-of-a-kind notebook today. Dimensions: 8.5" l x 11" w Hardcover or Softcover Page Count: 60 sheets, 120 pages 60 lb. durable text…

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Personalized Graduation Ornaments that can be produced in any color. Fun item for the student graduating high school or college. A great gift to hang on the Christmas tree each year. SIZE: 3 Inches, 2-Sided DESIGN: Color choice background with a white spiral on front and back. Black text is used on both sides. Choose your text color for (Year and Graduate). Indicate graduate's name for the frontside and who from on the backside. OPTIONAL: Indicate your own short message for the backside and…

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WEEEE! So I’m back after taking a break to focus on school and work but I missed talking about books! While I’m not done with school I still want to get back to what I love because I ne…

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Yes, you can home educate your teen! This e-book is your first step—whether you've been teaching your child for years or you're homeschooling for the first time. Develop a High School Plan begins by helping you set goals for your student. The authors guide you through laying out a plan for all four years of high school and brainstorm how to teach individual subjects. You'll learn how to assign high school credits, develop and implement grading approaches, and improve time management for…

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