These free printable crayon templates are perfect for classroom decorations, learning about colors, math counters, and so much more! I hope you enjoy this collection of black and white crayon template PDFs.
These crayon outlines are perfect for coloring, writing practice (students can color and then label the crayons), color recognition, and classroom decorating. There are also five colored crayon templates and a crayon symmetry drawing page.
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If you need crayon templates for decorating your classroom, activities to go along with favorites like The Day the Crayons Quit or The Crayon Box that Talked, or crayon outlines as a teaching aid, this post has you covered!
These free printable crayon templates are for personal and classroom use. Please do not share the printables or digital files with others. Just send your friends and coworkers to this page so they can download their own copies!
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First we have a page with 20 small black and white crayons to color:
Next there’s a page with 10 blank crayon templates:
Then there are five medium crayons on one page:
The big crayons on this page are almost 10″ tall!
Need an even bigger crayon? This extra large crayon template is printed on the diagonal and is over 11″ long.
Need colorful crayons? Grab five colored crayons in this file! It’s perfect for color matching activities and classroom decorations.
Prefer to have your students color the crayons in? This set of 10 crayon templates with labels is perfect for practicing reading and color recognition.
And, finally, we have the crayon symmetry drawing worksheet:
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