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These Toy Story 4 coloring pages and activities feature our favorite characters from the Toy Story movies! Print them out for a family movie night or use them as a fun way to keep the kids entertained on a rainy day!
We love pretty much every Disney movie ever made but the Toy Story films are right up there as some of our favorites! We are pretty excited to see the whole gang get back together for Toy Story 4! In this latest movie, the toys are still with Bonnie and take off on her family’s road trip excursion. Of course, like always, things don’t go as planned.
There’s a new character named Forky, Bonnie’s beloved craft project turned toy, and he ends up being the cause of an unexpected detour.
Just check out the trailer…
It looks so good, doesn’t it? I’m happy to see all my favorite Toy Story characters but am loving the new ones too! My favorite may just be Keanu Reeves as Duke Kaboom, Canada’s greatest stuntman. I’m also a huge fan of Christina Hendricks, an abandoned doll they befriend in an antique store. The toys are one a new adventure and my girls and definitely I plan to be along for the ride!
We still have a little longer until the movie hits U.S. theaters June 21st but these Toy Story coloring pages will keep us entertained until then.
Toy Story Coloring Pages
Disney has shared some free printable Toy Story Coloring Pages and activity sheets with us and I’m passing them along. Are you as ready as we are to grab the crayons and get coloring? From favorites like Woody and Jessie to new friends like Gabby Gabby and Duke Caboom, there are plenty of printable coloring sheets to choose from.
Print them for a movie night, rainy day fun and even you’re looking for Toy Story Party Ideas.
You know the voice of Tom Hanks when you hear it and that’s part of what makes Woody so lovable! He’s the glue that keeps this whole group together!
Tim Allen is back as Buzz Light year, everybody’s favorite Space Ranger!
Yeehaw! We couldn’t have this new movie without Jessie, the rootin’ tootin’ cowgirl.
Bo Peep is back, with the voice of Annie Potts behind her. Bo’s adventurous spirit is a big part of the plot of this new Toy Story movie.
As much as he tried to scare us, Rex is way more cute than creepy. He just can’t help it!
The little green aliens make an appearance too, so of course they have to have their own Toy Story coloring sheets to go along with the territory. If you really love the aliens, you can also make these Alien Eggs for Easter!
These new characters look cute and innocent…until you hear them talk. They’re a lot of fun and fill the new movie with plenty of silly humor.
Gabby Gabby is just a doll that wants to be loved again by a little girl. She’s a pull-string doll who’s desperate to get hold of Woody’s working voice box.
Of all the new characters, this is one of my faves (but it may have something to do with the fact that I love Keanu Reeves). He’s the kind of toy who is supposed to do awesome stunts but bears a pretty strong resemblance to Evel Knieval.
This printable activity packet has more than just coloring sheets. Connect the dots and play some fun games too.
This memory game is an easy activity and the perfect game to pull out for rainy days.
Toy Story Snacks
All that coloring is going to make us hungry! Luckily we’ve got a some delicious Toy Story snack mix recipes to munch on!
Our friend Bo Peep has made a delicious snack for us to take along on our next road trip! With dried fruit, cereal and teddy bear snacks, it’s a fun Toy Story snack everyone will love.
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