Here's the pink version of our "Charming Checks" scrapbook paper, available to print in three sizes.
The activities on this page are a celebration of all things pink! Perfect for your pink topic, or any time an injection of pink might be required...
This cute pink elephant is sure to appeal to young children. Make it into a lacing card using the instructions provided and you have a great exercise to increase fine motor skills.
You will find two copies of each of our five pretty pink animals, one of each animal reversed. Cut out carefully and then glue back-to-back, sandwiching a length of thread between them for hanging.
Print this delightful little pink bunny jigsaw then use our guides to cut it up and let the kids put it back together again! Instructions and cutting guides for this jigsaw are here: jigsaw instructions and cutting guides.
Print our this little pink book as part of your Colour topic - we've got one for each of the main colours to collect. Kids can practise writing the word pink, then identify and colour in the pink objects. Fun!
I think most children will enjoy colouring in the pink cupcake on this worksheet - and searching for the other pink objects to colour in! Learn to recognise and write the word pink, too.
Younger children can colour in this pink "splat" colouring page with a pink crayon or pencil, or splodge on some paint.
You never know when pink letters might come in handy - so here's a set, complete with upper and lower case. Cut them out for displays, banners, signs, writing names, letter games... you could even use one as a place "initial" at a birthday party!
Finger trace the word pink with the help of this fun worksheet, which also contains a colouring picture of a cute pig to keep the kids interested.
Here's our handwriting worksheet for the colour pink - just one of a set of colour handwriting worksheets. When your child has practised writing the word, perhaps he or she could colour in the picture - pink, of course!
Use this pink kite colouring page with younger children for some simple colouring fun. When kids are learning to read and write, they could colour in the word pink, then find a pink picture in a magazine to cut out and stick beneath the word.
Here's a pink kite to add to your set of kite colour posters. It's quick to cut out and looks great on display.
Fill in your child's name on this room sign - or better yet, ask your child or an older sibling to do so.
For me, pink has always been the colour! Certainly I would have chosen this bright pink learning clock my ideal classroom!
Don't you love the evil grin on this pink monster lacing card? Print him out onto card, cut out and punch holes around the edges for your child to lace - lots of monster fun!
This pink monster story starter is designed to spark some fun creative writing... what on earth will happen next?
I tried feeding her ice-cream, peanut butter sandwiches and even the cold chicken drumsticks I found in the fridge, but...
There are two delightful pink monsters on this fun printable monster writing paper for kids. Choose from the 3 versions below, something to suit all ages, and just print and enjoy. The blank version is pictured.
This lovely pink teddy jigsaw is easy to make. Firstly print out onto card, then choose a cutting guide and then lay the template over the card picture and cut out the shapes. If you wanted a very simple version for a young child just cut into strips or squares.
Cut out the tummy of this cute pink teddy and fill the space with a little photo. Cover the back of the photo with a small piece of card to hold in place. Cut out the teddy if you wish, and laminate.
There are lots of pink "things" on this colouring page for the kids to colour in, as well as the letters in the word PINK. Lovely!