Flamingos are known for their pink feathers, but they also have black beaks, legs, and feet.
Start coloring the flamingo with the lightest shade of pink your child can find. They should use light, gentle strokes to give a soft and delicate appearance to the bird's feathers
Once the base color is complete, the next step is to add darker shades of pink. Ask your child to use a darker shade where the feathers have shadows or in those areas that need to look darker.
Your child can use black, gray, and white to color beaks, legs, and eyes.
Though flamingos are usually pink, there's no rule that says your child has to stick to these colors. With imagination and creativity, anything is possible.