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2008 Back-to-School Supplies

These Flag Highlighters make it more convenient to do your homework.
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Before you head back to school this fall, make sure you get your hands on all the latest and coolest stationery products for 2008!

Pens and Highlighters

The 3M Post-it Flag Highlighters should be at the top of your school supplies list. With these colorful pens, you can highlight important points during class and then flag the page for quick reference afterwards. They're a must-have when you're studying for all of those upcoming quizzes this year. Have fun twisting, flagging and highlighting! Retail - $7.29/pack.

Notebooks

Ditch plain ol' binders and notebooks and go for those with wacky prints or photos of your fave celebs, like Miley or the Jonas Brothers, splashed across the cover. Office Depot sells composition notebooks with colorful designs and funky graphics. Get one for each subject! Retail - $2.49-$2.99.

Calculators

Make math fun with a TUG rubber calculator! Available in a variety of bright colors and shapes like dinosaurs, fish and suns, these little gadgets will make doing calculations a lot more cheery. Retail - $4.99.

Electronics

Head back to school with gadgets and gizmos that'll make your school life a whole lot easier. Use the Ativa MP4 player's built-in microphone to record class lectures, review discussions and share notes, as well as listen to your fave tunes and watch video clips on the 1.8" color screen during lunch period. It comes in black or pink, and retails for $99.99. If you rely on your laptop to take notes in class, the Data Traveler Mini Slim USB drive from Kingston Technology will come in handy. With 2GB of memory, it's cheap and super slim. And make sure to protect your laptop with a Designer Sleeve. Made from thick, durable neoprene rubber (the same stuff they use to make wetsuits), they provide shock and scratch protection and display licensed artwork to bring fashion and function together. Retail - $34.95-$40.95.

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