Hedgehogs are cute animals that children like so much. They are easily identified by the spines on their backs.
We have great activity pages for you with useful information for studying, printable coloring pages worksheets and various teacher resources that can help you learn more about these fascinating creatures.
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Hedgehogs are unique creatures with lots of great qualities. Think about the fact, that unlike porcupines, a hedgehog’s spines are not easily removed, and it usually curls into a ball when it feels threatened. Although they have poor eyesight, hedgehogs have very a very acute sense of smell, which allows them to find food and escape danger. Thousands of spines protect the hedgehog from predators. You can use these templates and stencils to create unique spines just the way you like it. You also draw thorns with a fork, palms, and glue autumn leaves into the background to give it a more authentic feel.
Hedgehog coloring pages
Hedgehogs are very useful to have around because they eat caterpillars, beetles, slugs, and other small critters that lurk around your home. Hedgehogs are actually pretty fast, and they have been known to run up to 6 feet (1.83 m) per second! There have been claims that hedgehogs love to dance, but that is yet to be proven. Another fun fact about hedgehogs is that they are very good swimmers.
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Hedgehogs hibernate mainly after fall, and well into the duration of winter. This is mainly because the winter cold usually makes food scarcer, and they have to hibernate to avoid starvation. They don’t hibernate for long periods at a time though, they occasionally wake up to search for food to top up their reserve.
You can join in the fun, trace out the hedgehog and color it out before you print it, you can do all this in your own handwriting, and you have a little more fun with dot to dot printable pages on our worksheet!
More Information about Hedgehogs:
- Hedgehog facts on site Nation Geographic Kids — https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/animals/general-animals/hedgehog-facts/
- Wikipedia — https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hedgehog
- San Diego Zoo Global (fun facts about) — https://animals.sandiegozoo.org/animals/hedgehog
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