Printable Turtle Coloring Pages

Coloring activities become one of the favorite activities of children. Besides being fun, coloring activities are also able to provide a variety of benefits, especially to help the child’s development.

Some of the benefits are practicing hand skills, honing creativity, as a medium of expression, right and left brain stimulation, training in coordination skills, and many other benefits that can be obtained from coloring activities.

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Printable turtle coloring pages are practice sheets as a medium to accompany children’s coloring activities. This coloring activity sheet contains a collection of interesting pictures with the theme of a turtle. Aside from being an entertainment, children can also get various education about this amphibian. For example, about how they lived, how turtles were born, turtle food, and various other information.

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Based on the grouping, turtles are classified as reptile animals with berisisik and quadrupeds. Turtles are also commonly called testudinata animals. One characteristic of this animal is that it has a shell on its back. It also functions as a home and is used by turtles to protect against predator attacks. Turtle skin consists of two parts, namely the top that covers the back is called carapace, and the bottom that covers the stomach is called the plastron.

Turtles are also known as animals that have a long life. Many say the age of a turtle can reach more than 300 years. Meanwhile, more turtles spend their lives in water. They will head to the ground to lay eggs for female tortoises. Then bury the eggs in the sand until they hatch. Turtle children are very vulnerable to be eaten by carnivorous animals. Usually the ratio of 10 turtles are born, only two are able to survive into adulthood. Others will die by their predators.

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