Is it possible to be a dedicated homeschooling mom while still making time for myself as an individual (a girlie girl who likes cute shoes)? I like to think so. Follow along, and I'll let you know for sure.

Trust me . . . it's not ALL about the shoes.

Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Downloading Curriculum

Okay, so File Factory seems to be temperamental these days (and I've never found it to be user friendly to begin with) so I thought I'd post what I've found to be the quickest way to download files.

1. Click the link for the curriculum, and you'll be taken to File Factory. Scroll down to the bottom of the page, and click on this logo (you'll probably have to type in two security words):

2. It will take you back up to the top of the page and tell you that you have to wait 30 seconds (unless you want to pay for a premium account, of course).

3. After the 30 seconds, it will say "Your download link is now available at the bottom of the page."

4. Scroll to the bottom, and click on "Download with File Factory Basic".

5. From there, you should get the option to either open or save the file.

Seems like it should work, but if you ever have a problem downloading, just leave me a comment. I can always e-mail the files if File Factory is misbehaving.


  1. Just stumbled on your blog and am following. Thanks for sharing some curriculum ideas. Just wondering if it's normal to be told that all free file slots are being used when trying to download one of your files? I would love the 4th of July lapbook, but it won't let me download it:) Thanks so much!

  2. Hi Hailey. Sorry you're having trouble with the download. I'll e-mail you the file. :)