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Below are documents you may find helpful in your genre-fication process. Clicking on a green button will automatically start the download of a MS Word document. In order to use these files, you must download the set of free "hello" fonts from Jen Jones. Click on the teal link to go to her store. The three fonts used in the sign files are HelloBigSky, HelloBestDay, and HelloHoneyCrisp.
Below is a link to the spreadsheet used to organize topics and subtopics. In addition, there are more MS Word files for you to download.