Honduras letter skills

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I've seen in other conversations, people talking about how children from some countries are just more accustomed to letter writing than others. So my question Is for the Sponsors of Honduran children. Do the children in Honduras tend to be open and descriptive in their letters? I'm just wondering because I've heard that Kenyan children tend to be very good writers, so I was wondering about my sponsor child's country.
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Lindsee

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Teresa Dawn

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My Honduran child is under 9, so he still writes using the form letters that are provided for 8 and unders and has help of a project worker, but so far the letters have been great.  There's been a lot of extra space to write on the Honduran form and I've received terrific letters that, even though he had help, it was obvious he was there during the process and saying what to write.  I write to him monthly and get letters every 8 weeks, they are long, detailed, super cute and friendly.  He sent me an extra photograph of himself with his little sister at the project too.  I have kids in many countries all over and Honduras is one of my favourites for letters :)
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My boy from Honduras will be 11 in September and I absolutely love his letters. :) They are long and really, really sweet. Most of the time they've got an extra sheet attached. So as you can see, I have only had good experiences with letters from Honduras!
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My little correspondent boy from Hondurus will be 11 on Oct 19th, but I have not received a letter from him yet.  I sent him my first letter in June (& many since then), so I'm hoping to hear from him soon!  

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