Welcome to another colouring sheet printable that we have exclusively for you today. Our theme today is shells and we have quite a collection to be coloured in on this sheet.
We heard earlier in the week about crabbing and using our buckets and spades but do you also collect sea shells? There is usually such a vast array that is washed up on the incoming tide that buckets can often be overflowing. How many different types of shell have you found during a beach visit.
Did you know that a sea shell is a hard, protective outer layer created by an animal that lives in the sea? The shell is part of the body of the animal and are empty because the animal has died and has either been eaten by another animal or has rotted out.
You can download your own sea shells below and add them to the charts we have given you at the early part of this week.
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