The first thing some students will say when they are given an assignment that involves drawing is that they can't draw. However, if they take the time to do it, anyone can draw stick figures.
A few years ago I had my students challenge me to draw anything. That challenge produced an upside down ballerina, a stick figure playing a sousaphone, and a stick cow.
I added to it by doing a search for sample stick figures online, but all of the images on the poster and sheets were drawn by me. The stick figures are not perfect. I do tell my students that I do not expect perfection. I do expect their stick figures to be neat, which means they take the time to connect the joints and make sure their stick figures have only two legs and that the appendages are connected to the body.
The kids do find comfort in the sheets and while not every image they will need is available, the samples offer up ideas that will help them get started.
You will receive a .zip file containing both the poster and a .pdf of the two printable sheets of the drawings that are on the poster.
The Poster is saved as a .jpg image and can be printed up to 24 x 36.