Monday, August 19, 2013

Handwriting Without Tears Spanish Sample Pack {GIVEAWAY}

Spanish cursive program

I'm pretty excited about today's giveaway because several months ago, someone asked me on Facebook about resources in Spanish for teaching cursive. It wasn't easy to find many (more about that next month), but one of the companies that had the best materials was Handwriting Without Tears. This company is nationally known among homeschoolers, as well as public teaching circles for their curriculum which teaches handwriting (letter recognition, print & cursive), but who knew they offered materials in Spanish, too?

How progressive is that? Their Spanish line is actually one of their newer ones and includes teaching materials for children in pre-K through 4th grade. The best part of HWT is that they not only provide the teaching workbooks, but also the tools that help your child master their handwriting skills more quickly.

I've used their English books with my own children and found them to be fantastic. But you don't have to take my word for it. When you look at the materials on their website, you can also download sample pages (I love it when companies do that because I like to flip through books before I buy them).

At any rate, the lovely people at Handwriting Without Tears have put together this sample collection of their materials. You will not find this set for sale on their website, though you can certainly purchase the individual items.

TWO (2!) lucky MommyMaestra readers will receive this custom set of El poder de la imprenta y más (Printing Power Plus) which includes a book for printing mastery and introduction to cursive, as well as a double line blackboard, little chalk bits, and little sponge cubes. This set is best suited for students in 2nd grade, though you know your child's/student's level best.  Go and download the sample pages for this set of books from their website (I love them).

To enter the giveaway, just use the Rafflecopter below.

Remember that the only mandatory entry is to leave a comment! And yes, I do check to see if you have done so and if I don't see the same name that appears in my Rafflecopter when I pick the winner, I draw another name. 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: This is not a compensated post. I bought and used similar products with my own kids and asked the company to donate items to my annual Back-to-School Fiesta! giveaway month. All thoughts and opinions are my own.


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