Information on Product Delivery and Files Formats

Information on Product Delivery

When you purchase a downloadable product from Literacy and Math Ideas on our website, you will receive an email with links to download or access your product(s) within a few minutes. The email will be sent to the address you provided during checkout. Please make sure to check your inbox as well as your Junk Mail or Spam folder for the email. If you still cannot find the email or have any issues with downloading or accessing your product(s), please contact us for product support. We are happy to assist you.


Information on PDF Files from Literacy and Math Ideas

PDF is an abbreviation that stands for Portable Document Format. It's a versatile file format created by Adobe that gives people an easy, reliable way to present and exchange documents - regardless of the software, hardware, or operating systems being used by anyone who views the document.

Many resources on Literacy and Math Ideas are of the PDF file type. PDFs are best viewed with Adobe Acrobat Reader, which can be download for free from the Adobe website by clicking here. PDF files can also be viewed in most modern browsers. Please note that in most cases, you will not be able to edit a PDF file. 

Information on ZIP Files from Literacy and Math Ideas

A ZIP file is a compressed archive file format that is used to store one or more files and folders in a compressed format. ZIP files are commonly used for file distribution, as they allow multiple files to be bundled into a single archive for easier downloading and installation. For example, the files stored within a ZIP file could be one or more PDF files and/or folders. This compressed file format makes it easier to transfer multiple files over the Internet or via other means, as it reduces the overall file size and makes it faster to download or upload.

To access the files within a ZIP file, you'll need to use a program that can unzip or extract the files. Most modern operating systems already have built-in tools for opening ZIP files. Alternatively, third-party software like WinZip or 7-Zip can be used.