Our final post in the series – Introducing the Color Pink into Daily Activities.
Introducing the Color Pink into Daily Activities
The final post in our color series is PINK.
Introducing the color Pink into daily activities.
I hope you have enjoyed our series.
According to historian Jean Heifetz, for decades, European children were dressed in blue because the color was associated with the Virgin Mary.
Using pink for girls might come from the European legend that baby girls were born inside delicate pink roses.
In slang, to be “tickled pink” describes a state of joy and to be “in the pink” suggest good fortune and health
Arts & Crafts Activities:
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Here are a few worksheets you can use to teach “pink” to your child :
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Learn A Little Spanish:
- pink = rosa
- pig = cerdo
- flamingo = flamenco
- heart = corazón
Activities You Can Do:
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What else can you do?
– Pick a day to wear pink clothes.
– Read “Pinkalicious” and create a cupcake collage
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