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Montessori-inspired Pink Activities for Tots & Preschoolers w/ Free Printables (Learn & Play Link Up)

We continue our Montessori-inspired color series with the color pink.  These activities for tots and preschoolers with free printables are fabulous!

The color pink holds a special place in the Montessori curriculum.  The bead bar representing the number three is pink.  

The continent South America is pink.

Let's not forget the pink tower, one of the sensorial materials!
Montessori-inspired Pink Activities for Tots an Preschoolers with Free Printables

Here's what's on Sunshine's shelves!

Montessori-inspired Pink Activities for Tots & Preschoolers with Free Printables


Number 3 Sand Tray Practice
Number 3 Sand Tray Practice
Sunshine struggled with making twos last week, but I thought I'd give the sand tray numbers one more try as three is definitely easier to write than two.  We'll see how she does.  The sand is pink to correspond with the number three bead bar.

3 Pink Beads
Stringing Three Pink Beads
Sunshine continues to enjoys stringing beads.  This week we'll change the color of our pipe cleaners and beads to match the pink bead bar.   She will put three beads on each pipe cleaner.

South America is Pink
South America is Pink (free printable)
Sunshine has thoroughly enjoyed her continent activities the past few weeks.  I decided to have her paint instead of using play dough this time around.

A laminated pink South America card is provided as a control.  Sunshine will use the paint brush and pink paint to paint  her own continent using the outline provided.  She's already seen the laminated continent card and is super excited.

Source:  The printable for this activity is part of my Montessori-inspired Pink Activities Printable Pack 1.  This is a subscriber's only freebie. See directions at the bottom of this post on how to access your free copy.

Flamingo Puzzle
Flamingo Puzzle (Free Printable)
Sunshine loves flamingos.  I thought it would be fun to try out a puzzle this week, using the flamingo figure as a control.  We'll also talk about how flamingos live in South America.

Source:  I created the printable for this activity as part of my Montessori-inspired Pink Activities Printable Pack 1.  This is a subscriber's only freebie. See directions at the bottom of this post on how to access your free copy.

Transfer of Water Using a Sponge
Transfer of Water Using a Sponge
Sunshine will place the pink sponge in the bowl of water.  The sponge will absorb water.  She will then pick it up, transfer the sponge to the other bowl, and squeeze out the water. Sunshine will continue to do this until all the water has been transferred from the original bowl.

Arranging Pink Flowers
Arranging Pink Flowers
Sunshine has been dying for a chance to use flowers in her learning time activities like her older siblings have done lately.  I just love these pink flowers and thought they'd go perfect with our unit.  She will arrange them in the vase provided.

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