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Time to reward your students

Your students have perhaps worked very hard so far – given their best effort, consistently submitted their homework, showed random acts of kindness, aced their tests, or just given it their best shot. Think about it, each one of them is unique and deserves a  special award to show they are appreciated. Each one of them is deserving of something, so why not award your students with these meaningful award certificates – best of all these 80 awards are editable giving you the flexibility to customize each one with your own special message. Your students will know it’s you!


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