One of my favorite places I found for free cursive worksheets was KidZone cursive
I found though that it may be better to begin with the letter "e" when teaching cursive. Kidzone starts with "a."
Handwriting workshops is great if you what to type your own paragraph, sentence or words in cursive for your student to trace or copy.
You can also print out whole themed cursive workbooks for free. The first one that I'll probably do is the copy work on the Ancient Greeks.
I am also going to print and laminate a page each of the upper case alphabet in cursive and lower case alphabet in cursive. Then my kids can practice over an over with a dry erase marker. Here's the laminator that I use. I've put this to lots of use. It is super convenient and small.
Whole Lower Case Alphabet in Cursive
Whole Upper Case Alphabet in Cursive
For Zaner Boser style:
I prefer D'Nealian I think because it looks closer to what I was taught.
You can also print out entire pages of one letter in cursive. (Or just write it out yourself in yellow and have your student trace in pencil--if you only have one student.)
I got some of my ideas from Teaching Cursive
Maybe you even what your kids to do some handwriting practice in Spanish.