All our products are sold in digital form(PDF files) and are instantly downloadable after purchase. Upon completion of the checkout process, you will also receive an email that will provide a download link and download instructions.
Your Files are Always Available
During the checkout process you will be required to create an account which will grant you access to all your digital files. To download your files, simply login and select "My Downloads" from the left-hand column. After your purchase will also receive an email that will provide a download link and download instructions.
View Your Files on Any Device
Our products can be used on laptops, desktop computers, tables, and phones. They are in pdf format, and you will need the free Adobe Reader software on the device to take advantage of all of the product features.
Mac computer: verify that you are using the latest version of Adobe Reader to access the study pdf and not Apple’s Preview software (the links will not function properly in Preview).
Windows computer: verify that you are usingthe latest version of Adobe Reader.
Tablet or Phone: use your devices default PDF viewer or download your preferred app.
When you buy our unit studies, you are buying interactive studies that can be used by every child in your house, and loaded on the computers, tablets, and smart phones that they will be using with the study. The EULA (End User License Agreement) that is in each of our studies explains that they are strictly licensed to you, and are not to be shared with others outside of your family. Please honor Amanda's copyright and hard work and follow the license. Many thanks!
First, make sure that you have downloaded the study to your laptop, desktop, or mobile device. Then, open the study using Adobe Reader, NOT the Preview default. To learn more, see the Answer to "What technology do I need to use these studies?" (above). The links are interactive when using Adobe Reader.
We recommend that you save the study pdf on your computer, as a master file. Additionally, we suggest that you save a copy of the pdf with a file name that includes each child's name (i.e. Susie.Horses.pdf) so that each child can have his/her own file to work through.
Try software like Foxit Reader, a free program which enables you to open, view, and print PDF files. Foxit Reader includes annotation features which allow your student(s) to type their responses directly in the PDF file, reducing the need for printing.
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