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Trash Truck netflix coloring sheets

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Disclosure: inspired by the creators of "Trash Truck" - fan art by me www.KateHamArt.com

Babies and Preschoolers are loving the animated series “Trash Truck” on Netflix. Below are coloring sheets featuring the two main characters of Trash Truck. Hank and Trash Truck are such a fun team. Feel free to click and print these free Trash Truck Coloring pages.

 

If you enjoy these Trash Truck inspired free printable coloring sheets, make sure to check out our coloring sheets featuring Gabby’s DollhouseVivoGo Dog Go , We Can Be Heroes, Sharkboy and Lavagirl, American Girl, Olaf, and so many more on our site!

Feel free to print out the high resolution Trash Truck coloring sheets below. This is a fun activity at home, school, or as an inexpensive birthday party activity. These Trash Truck inspired coloring sheet are completely free, but we ask that you please share the blog post rather than the downloaded image.  Visits to our blog are how we keep the lights on over at our place. Just visiting our site (even if you do not buy a thing!) helps support our family as I stay at home with virtual schooling kids.  Please feel free to share this post with other Trash Truck fans, school groups, whoever – sharing is caring!

Trash Truck is an animated series on Netflix that first aired in 2020. Six-year-old Hank and his best pal, a giant trash truck, go on lots of adventures, from learning how to fly to going to the movies.  Trash Truck was an immediate hit with toddler and preschool viewers on the streaming service. We hope our littlest readers will enjoy printing and coloring these Trash Truck Netflix activity sheets.

 

 

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Trash Truck is a Netflix animated preschool series about the adventures of six-year-old Hank and his best friend Trash Truck, a honking, snorting—yes, you guessed it—trash truck. Created by Max Keane, the show was based on his then two-year-old son’s real-life love of trash trucks.

Until Next Time ~ Kate
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