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## Free wallpaper from Netmath!

| Publish on December 15, 2020

It’s already mid-December and the Holidays are fast approaching. We’d like to mark this period in our own special way.

As you know, every once in a while, we like to offer you (teachers, parents and students) a little surprise for your enjoyment.

So, we’re thrilled to announce that you can download a brand new free Holiday-themed wallpaper, starting today. You can use it to decorate your computer, tablet or cell phone screen.

Simply choose the screen format you’d like (tablet, cell phone or computer), then click the button below to download it and you’re ready to go!

We sincerely hope that you’ll like it and that it’ll lend a festive touch to your electronic device. Since the Holidays are a time of sharing, don’t hesitate to share this item with your colleagues, family and friends so that they too can take advantage of this free wallpaper from Netmath!

Despite this unusual end of year, the entire Netmath team sincerely wishes you warm and happy moments with your family. We hope that 2021 will be a kinder, calmer and healthier year. Take care of yourself

See you next year!

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