The Tkinter library folder \lib-tk contains a module called turtle. You can import this module and experiment with turtle graphics. Tell the turtle to move and draw circles, lines, rectangles and more, and watch it, as it performs on a Tkinter canvas. In typical turtle fashion it moves at its own animated speed.
# the turtle module provides turtle graphics primitives, it uses a Tkinter canvas # turtle is part of the Tkinter library (lib-tk) # tested with Python24 vegaseat 30jun2005 from turtle import * import time # pen/turtle starts at the center (x=0, y=0) of the turtle display area color("green") # pen up, don't draw up() # centers the circle goto(0,-50) # pen down, draw down() # radius=50 center is 50 radius units above the turtle circle(50) up() # center the turtle again goto(0,0) down() # draw blue 100x100 squares color("blue") for deg in range(0, 61, 6): right(90 + deg) forward(100) right(90) forward(100) right(90) forward(100) right(90) forward(100) up() goto(-150,-120) color("red") write("Done!") time.sleep(5) # wait 5 seconds