Word Lists for Pink, Blue, and Green Series Objects

Children love to use objects when studying Pink, Blue, and Green Series words. Objects can be used for matching, rhyming, spelling, and story writing. They’re so cute, kids can’t keep their hands off of them!

However, not all Pink, Blue, and Green Series words can be represented in object form. So, I went through all the Pink/Blue/Green words and found just the words that can be objects. I’ve made a list of them (in alphabetical order) which you can find below.

Here are some sources for objects:

  • Your home or school (see this post for items you probably already have around)
  • Craft stores (see this post for one clever idea)
  • Online (eBay has a lot of miniature items for sale)
  • Montessori Services

Here we go; have fun!

Pink Series a
ant
bag
cab
cat
fan
man
map
pan
rat
van

Pink Series e
bed
egg
hen
jet
net
peg
pen
pet
web

Pink Series i
kid
pig
lid
six (wooden number)
bib
wig
zip (zipper)

Pink Series o
box
dog
fox
hog
log
mop
ox
pot
top

Pink Series u

bug
bun
bus
cub
cup
gum
jug
rug
sun

Blue Series Objects
bell
belt
block
brick
brush (paint or hair)
chick
clip (paper clip)
clock
crab
desk
dish
doll
dress
drum
duck
fish
flag
frog
lamp
lock
moth
nest
ring
rock
shell
ship
sled
sock
stop (stop sign)
track
truck
vest

Green Series Objects
baby
ball
bead
bean
bike
bird
boat
bowl
cake
chain
cube
dime
doe
flute
fork
gate
girl
globe
hoe
key
kite
leaf
mail
note
pie
pony
purse
rose
seed
sleigh
snail
snake
soap
tie
tiger
train
tree
tube
wheel

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11 Responses to “Word Lists for Pink, Blue, and Green Series Objects”

  • Patty said at July 17th, 2009 at 9:14 am :

    Is the blue and green objects divided up in a certain way or are they presented all together?

  • Lori Bourne said at July 17th, 2009 at 2:53 pm :

    Hi, Patty! No, you wouldn’t use them all together. You would choose some for movable alphabet work, some for rhyming, some for matching to word labels, etc. Probably no more than 5 per set/work.

  • Gina Duran said at May 10th, 2010 at 3:57 pm :

    I am looking for free Montessori materials for my classroom.

  • Lori Bourne said at May 10th, 2010 at 4:14 pm :

    Hi, Gina! Have you checked out our free Montessori downloads? Hope that helps!

  • Stella said at May 14th, 2011 at 10:40 pm :

    Hi,

    May I know what’s the difference of the 3 schemes?

  • Lori Bourne said at May 15th, 2011 at 7:17 am :

    Sure, that information is right here: Montessori Basics 8: Pink, Blue, and Green Series.

  • Tara Browne said at November 3rd, 2011 at 9:28 am :

    This looks like a good sight that is very helpful. I just wanted to say that the word ball does not fall under the category of blue series. As the letter ‘a’ is not said as the normal phonetic sound. The word ball falls under the green series.

  • Lori Bourne said at November 3rd, 2011 at 10:17 am :

    Hi, Tara! Glad you like our site. I will move “ball” from Blue Series to Green.

    Thanks for stopping by!

  • Meera Krishnan said at January 26th, 2012 at 7:57 am :

    I want an entire information on blue, pink and green scheme and also sories under the three schemes with pictures as i am doing a montessori training programme at the earliest and also want information on story telling , music and movement and nursery rhymes and puppetry

  • Lori Bourne said at January 26th, 2012 at 8:17 am :

    Hi, Meera! Please look around our blog for more information on Pink, Blue, and Green Series work. We also have posts about music and movement. We do not have information about nursery rhymes, story telling, and puppetry so you’ll need to Google those terms and find other resources for that.

  • Meera Krishnan said at January 30th, 2012 at 10:56 am :

    Hi Lori ,

    Thank you for the Informtion ,i will surely go through your blogs

    Regards ,

    Meera

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