[eBook] Free 40-Page Independent Study Pack for Kids Age 6-11 (Download) @ Elapen

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A free 'study packet' aimed at kids between 6 and 11. It's a downloadable file that you receive through your email when you sign up on the website. Seems like a good, well made and produced activity for your kids if they don't have much to do during the current lockdown.

With over 40 pages of activities, your kid will start to love their independent, screen-free time once again. Every printable workbook is delivered to you in two formats: one in full color and one in easy-to-print grayscale. You can choose to print the whole workbook at once or select page by page.

This month’s Elapen workbook tackles the intricate world of trees. FANTASTIC FORESTS answers all one hundred of your kid’s questions about forests, the animals living in them, why some trees lose their leaves while others don’t, and more. All it takes is one page, and your kid is off on an amazing educational adventure!

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  • +1 vote

    The sample looks good. Unfortunately their website is very vague about who the publisher is. No details about which country they're based in, cost beyond the first month etc.

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      Yeah, true. You don't have to give any banking details, so there's no way they'll force you to pay anything if you just get this sample.

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        How did you guys manage to download it? I tried a few times with different email addresses, incognito mode and nothing happens, just get a blank page, no downloads no email.

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          Hmm, I did it on my first go, first email address, no incognito needed. What I did to download it was to a) sign up on the link where it asks for your email (it'll then tell you to check your email), then b) open your email and it should be right there, asking you to choose which version of the book you want to download. Then c), click on either one of the 2 links provided in the email, and then should open up a .pdf file in your internet explorer. You download it from there.