Single color pink worksheets interactive and printable. Preschool color recognition for children ages 3-5
We've pulled together below a number of objects that are pink for you to explain to your child and to help them understand the color. We have a happy pig, a flamingo, some melon, a heart, a cupcake, some lipstick and a rose.
Walk around your house and bring together other objects that are pink. Explain to your child that color can appear in various shades. Make a label and attach it to the pink objects, this is to help your child to recognize the word "pink" and to help your child read the word. It's also a good idea when you are outside walking, to point out objects and their color.
A fun way for your child to learn this color is with paint. Ask your child to mix some white paint and red paint and see what happens. Learning needs to be exciting to keep your child fully engaged.
Print out the pink coloring worksheet on the left hand side.
Ask your child to practise writing the word pink. Then ask them to color in the word, and to have a go at coloring the fish. It's best to use a sharp pencil instead of a crayon.
Below are eight teddy bears, some are pink and some are brown. Ask your child to count the number of pink teddy bears and enter the number into the box.
Below is a princess standing outside her beautiful castle. She is surrounded by clothes that are either pink or blue. Ask your child to click on each of the pink clothes and to drag them to the correct position.
Boys - we appreciate this is a bit 'girly', but give it a go anyway!
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