“Anything is possible with sunshine and a little pink.” ~Lilly Pulitzer
Pink symbolizes youth, good health, and playfulness. It’s the flush of first love and stands for nurturing femininity. It’s used as the symbolic color of the movement to support breast cancer research, and we think of pink as an innocent, cheerful color. The little ones of Pre Primary celebrated Pink Colour Day through different activities- they made a cherry blossom tree and a pink lolipop. They were all in pink colour outfits and the teachers also joined in enthusiastically. They were able to associate the colour with different items around them and got items to show their teachers.
Pink like the berries.
Pink like the juice made of cherries.
Pink like a fresh rose.
Pink like the fuzzy rug under my toes.