A Big Truck Coloring Page

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Use this big truck coloring page to help teach traffic safety to young kids. This easy child craft can be put to so many uses. First, print out our template and let the kids color their trucks. Then, print out the template as a placard and use for teaching road safety.

Personally, I use this as a teaching prop in an ESL lesson for younger kids. My group of 2-3 year olds love to "wear" their trucks and zoom around the room on a make believe highway as they learn the words "truck" and "I am the driver..."

No matter how you use it, this big truck coloring page will provide you with lots of easy child craft fun.

Please remember that this is an original drawing by our resident "starving artist", Omri Eshel. To gain permission to use this coloring page on your website, please contact us.



  • Printer
  • Our truck template
  • Colored paper for placards
  • White paper for coloring pages
  • String or ribbon
  • Crayons, markers or paints
  • Hole punch


  • Print out our truck template
  • For placard: print out on colored construction paper
  • Cut out truck shape
  • Laminate
  • Make two holes at the top of the truck
  • Lace with string, ribbon, or a shoelace
  • That's it! You're ready to roll!

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