Welcome to our ever-growing collection of truck coloring pages. Each free printable PDF features illustrations of different types of trucks, ready to be filled with your favorite colors.
Whether you need easy entertainment for your truck-loving kiddo or a relaxing activity to pass the time, this set of big rig coloring sheets will provide tons of fun. Add your own creative touch to these free printables!
Free Truck Coloring Pages
In this heavy truck series, you'll find a variety of vehicles to color, including pickup trucks with huge tires, monster trucks with powerful engines, fire engines, ice cream trucks, and dump trucks carrying heavy loads of dirt.
While we designed many of these big trucks to color in for kids of all ages, we've also included simple truck outlines for toddlers as well as more detailed truck illustrations for teens too. Print some for a simple craft for your young children or to spend time coloring together as a family.
Printable Big Truck Coloring Pages to Download
All our high-resolution big rig coloring pages to print are standard US letter size, but they also fit perfectly onto A4 paper sizes.
Gather your markers, colored pencils, crayons, favorite model truck, and gel pens to color something cool. Happy coloring!
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Craft Ideas to Make With Truck Coloring Pages
Get ready to rev up your creativity with this collection of craft ideas using truck coloring pages!
From transforming your finished coloring pages into interactive puppets and puzzles to creating vibrant decorations and collages, the possibilities are endless.
Each craft idea is designed to engage both kids and adults, ensuring that everyone can join in on the creative adventures.
1. Tricky Truck Puppets:
Bring your truck coloring pages to life by turning them into puppets.
Cut out the trucks and attach craft sticks with glue or tape to the back.
Put on a truck puppet show, starring your favorite vehicles!
2. Zooming Truck Bookmark:
Make reading even more enjoyable with a personalized truck bookmark.
Color and cut out your favorite truck illustrations, laminate them for extra durability, and attach a ribbon or tassel to the top.
Now you'll have a special truck bookmark to zoom along with you as you read.
3. 3D Tow Truck Puzzle:
Challenge yourself with a 3D tow truck puzzle.
Color the different types of trucks, then fold the lines to create a 3D effect. Assemble the pieces to create a tow truck model you can display.
4. Truck-themed Party Decorations:
Host a truck-themed party with DIY decorations from your finished truck coloring pages.
Cut out pickup trucks, fire trucks, monster trucks, army trucks, road signs, huge tires, big rigs, and more. To hang as banners or use as cupcake toppers or table centerpieces.
Let the trucks set the scene for an unforgettable celebration and entertainment for kids.
5. Truck T-shirt Transfers:
Personalize your plain t-shirts with your favorite trucks by creating iron-on transfers.
Color the trucks with your favorite colors. Then stick them to heat-transfer paper. Following the instructions on the packaging.
Iron the design onto the shirt for a custom truck-inspired fashion statement.
6. Construction Zone Diorama:
Create a mini construction zone with your truck coloring sheets.
Cut out trucks, obstacles, stunts, gravel, and construction equipment, then set them up in a shoebox with sand, rocks, dirt, and other materials to mimic a construction site.
7. Truck Play-Dough Mats:
Enhance your child's imagination with truck play-dough mats made from illustrations of different types of trucks.
Print out truck drawings and laminate them. Kids and toddlers can decorate the trucks with play dough to customize their mats.
8. Truck Recycling Bin Labels and Trash Can Labels:
Teach kids about recycling and trash organization by creating truck recycling bin and trash can labels.
Decorate coloring pages of recycling trucks and garbage trucks. You may even want to draw the recycle symbol on the recycling truck as a visual for younger kids. (If you have a compost, include a compost truck coloring page also!)
Attach the completed recycling truck coloring page to your recycle bin. Use the garbage truck coloring page on your trash can.
These can serve as visual labels for small children to learn the difference between what to recycle and what to throw away in the garbage.
9. Sensory Truck Collage:
Engage the senses and your child's fine motor skills with a sensory truck collage.
Cut out and color truck shapes from your coloring pages. Then cover them with textures like sandpaper, fabric, bubble wrap, or foil.
Arrange and glue them onto a poster board to create a textured truck masterpiece for your kids.
10. Paper Bag Truck Craft:
Give old paper bags new life by transforming them into interactive monster truck crafts.
Color the trucks and glue them onto the front of paper bags to create working doors that can be opened to store small items.