Frequently asked questions about the worksheets:

We've just put together a couple of the commonly asked questions. If you have any further queries please email us at info@worksheetsforpreschool.com

1. How often should my child do the worksheets?

Initially, you will have to consider two points.

Firstly, how much time you have available, as your assistance and guidance will be needed. You will also be able to judge after the first one or two worksheets how much time you and your child will need to set aside. Ideally, you should try to do a worksheet two or three times a week.

The second consideration is your child’s schedule. If they attend preschool or participate in other activities such as sport or dancing, there will be days when your child is just too tired to do a worksheet properly. Once you have worked out how often you can do a worksheet, stick to the schedule.

2. How many worksheets should my child do per session?

That depends on how much time you both have available, and how well your child copes with the work. At the beginning, you may find one worksheet takes up your allotted time. As your child progresses, they may manage two or three worksheets in the same time. This will depend on whether the worksheet introduces new concepts, or is practicing previously learned skills. Aim for one to begin with, and add another one if your child seems to be finishing quickly.

3. Do the worksheets cover a full year’s preschool curriculum?

In terms of learning the alphabet, counting, drawing, writing and reading, basic mathematics and some general knowledge, the workbooks cover the basic curriculum for the relevant age groups. A well rounded education, however, should include physical activities, arts and crafts, music, dancing and singing and other cultural activities.

4. Why is the workbook supplied as a downloadable PDF, not a printed book?

Once you have downloaded the workbook, you have easy and constant access to it. You can print as many copies of each worksheet as you like, whenever it suits you. Because practice is so important at this stage of learning, you can print out additional copies as you need them. We felt that more people have a computer and printer at home than have a copier.

5. Why are there no pages in color?

Most of the worksheets are in black and white to encourage your child to color them in. Coloring in helps develop the fine motor skills your child will need when he or she starts to write and draw. Your child can also personalize the worksheets, use their creativity, and ‘take ownership’ of their work by coloring each worksheet in. Unless the instructions specifically say that the pictures must be colored in, your child does not have to color every single worksheet in. We also know that most people have access to a black and white printer – and it’s a lot less costly than printing in full color!

6. When I print the worksheets, some of the pictures disappear off the edge of the page. What can I do to fix this?

The worksheets have been designed to fit a standard A4 page, but some paper sizes or printer configurations may throw it out a bit.
Please check the ‘Fit to Page’ box on the Print screen.

7. How do I access the workbooks and bonuses once I have paid?

Once your purchase has been approved, you will have immediate access to the respective download link to the workbooks and bonuses. We have two versions available US English and UK English and you'll have access to both versions.

If you have any questions or comments, we would love to hear from you! Please email support if you have any further queries.

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Testimonials

"My son Blair had an exceptional start in his primary and higher education which I soundly believe was due to his preschool grounding with Liz Allan's workbooks. He has now applied at university to become a veterinary surgeon and has been accepted."
Alison Cowie
Parent - Scotland

 

"The author of the pre-school books has been a positive influence in the lives of numerous individuals known to me. She taught my brother, my cousins children and my own son. The children in her care seem to learn various skills, such as mathematics, spelling, reading, fine and gross motor control, and general knowledge, to name a few, at a very fast rate. The author is able to assist young children in conceptualising and integrating themes and ideas vital for later school success. She has a way of making learning a fun experience for young children. Her vast experience and in-depth knowledge of the development of young children and teaching techniques is evident in the success of the children in her care over many years. I would not hesitate to recommend her as a pre-school teacher, as well as support any educational material that she creates."
Dr Natascha Pfeifer - PSYCHOLOGIST
B.A. HUM; B.A. HONS; M.A. PSYCH; D. LITT ET PHIL. PSYCH
Australia

 

"I arrived at Liz's pre-school when I was only 3 years old, now being a 20 year old Student Athlete studying at Wright State University in Dayton Ohio on a full scholarship, I have to attribute my success to this fantastic lady. Not only did her workbooks provide the foundation for my education but also sculpted the person I am today both in my morals and beliefs. Her constant motivation pushed me to higher levels in my sport( represented South Africa internationally in swimming). I strongly believe that I would not be in my current position in life if it were not for me having the privilege of being mentored by this remarkable person."
Davon Peffer
Student - USA

 

"Travelling for 40 kilometres every day for 8 years for my children to be with Liz was well worth the effort. Both my children have excelled in academics with awards in primary school, thanks mainly to the tuition Liz provided with her comprehensive worksheets. Without their excellent start with Liz, I am sure I would not be the proud mother of such clever, happy and successful children today."
Angela Warren
Parent - South Africa
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