Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women and many are diagnosed with it each year. However, there are over 3.5 million breast cancer survivors in the U.S.! During the month of October, many people choose to wear pink in order to show awareness and support for those who have been diagnosed with this disease. Let us encourage our children to also show their support with this inspirational coloring page! Celebrate “A Week of Pink” with us, share a picture of your child and this coloring page. Add it to our Facebook album, “A Week of Pink” or share on social media and tag us at @carrolltonecpta. We’ll share our favorites!
No time to color, but still want to participate? Print a pink ribbon and stick it on your window. If you’re a breast cancer survivor, show off your survivor ribbon and we want to hear from you! Share your story with us at email@example.com or post a picture with your survivor gear, ribbon, and smile, tag us @carrolltonecpta and use #cecptaweekofpink.
About the Author:
Jen Speer was born and raised in Carrollton, TX. As a former 2nd grade teacher, she is now a stay-at-home mom raising her two beautiful daughters, Madeline (3yo) and Charlotte (1yo). She joined the CECPTA in February 2019 and is part of the purple and green playgroups. She enjoys date nights with her husband of 8 years, playing outside with her kids, exercising, a good cup of coffee, and traveling.