*EDITED 2/25/14 AND AGAIN 2/11/19 TO ADD NEW RESOURCES!
Hooray for Pinkalicious!
Do you know a Pinkalicious fan? If so, these resources are for you! First, you must visit the book’s official website. In short, it is full of fun stuff! Moreover, it even includes a separate teacher/parent page with great information. Finally, it has a Curriculum Guide that you can print!
So, what is Pinkalicious about?
The Pinkalicious book series is written and illustrated by Victoria Kann. The first two books, Pinkalicious and Purplicious, were co-written with her sister, Elizabeth Kann. The stories are about Pinkalicious Pinkerton and her younger brother Peter who live in Pinkville and love the color pink. The book series, which includes over 63 titles, has been translated into multiple languages and inspired thehttps://www.thinkpinkalicious.com/
Off Broadwayshow, Pinkalicious: The Musical. PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC, a new animated series that encourages children to be creative, explore the arts and spark their imagination. Each episode of PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC includes two 11-minute stories, a live-action interstitial andan original song.
Moreover, don’t forget Purplicious – you can see a video of this second book by Victoria Kann & Elizabeth Kann HERE! Then, after you are done there, check out these additional fabulous Pinkalicious teaching resources. Also, if you have any more resources, please leave a link in a comment to share! Thanks!
“I know that this sounds like a girly lesson plan, but the boys in preschool class also got into the book Pinkalicious. It is a silly book about a little girl that eats too many pink cupcakes and turns pink. What a good lesson to teach your kids…anything is okay as long as it is done in moderation. And the key to making pink cool for boys is to do hands-on activities and running activities during playtime.”
For the most part, this is a wonderful printable .pdf with activities related to the newest book in the series.
To summarize, this contains reading, writing, and comprehension ideas for the book Pinkalicious. Additionally, this post contains Valentine’s Day Math and Literacy Center ideas too!
Lots of great ideas for using several of the books in the series, including math, crafts and more.
A Story Sampler makes books come alive for a young child. It is a book-based, thematic approach to reading designed to engage children in the book experience.
A perfectly pink unit filled with math and literacy activities to use with the story . This is an 88 page unit (including the cover page). Don’t forget to download the preview to see a few of the activities/worksheets!
This packet includes guided reading activities for Pinkalicious, Purplicious, Goldilicious, and Silverlicious. Also included are writing connections, interviewing and graphing activities. Recommended of grades K, 1 and 2.
Activities and Printables
- Tons of fabulous resources from Teachers Pay Teachers (both free and $$)
- Downloadable activity packet from Harper Collins
- Pink Velvet Cupcake Recipe
- 3 Printable Coloring Pages
- Word Search
- Online “What’s Pink” Game
- Smoothie Recipes
Why not end your Pinkalicious unit with a party? Here is everything you need to make it FABULOUS!
- Throw a P!nkalicious Party
- Great ideas from HowDoesShe.com
- Cute ideas including “Pinko” game
- Awesome party guide from the official website
- “How to Plan a Pinkalicious Party“