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Toy Story Coloring Pages – 42 Fun-Filled Coloring Sheets

Get ready for a creative journey to infinity and beyond with our collection of 42 Toy Story coloring pages! These free downloadable pages let children and fans of all ages add their artistic touch to Woody, Buzz, and the rest of the beloved gang. Grab your crayons and let the storytelling unfold on paper.



Our Collection of 42 New Toy Story Coloring Pages

Toy Story coloring page 01 Toy Story coloring page featuring Woody riding Bullseye, with Buzz Lightyear, a space alien, and Rex.

Toy Story coloring page 02 A detailed Toy Story scene coloring page with Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and various toys in Andy’s room.

Toy Story coloring page 03 Toy Story’s Woody tipping his hat, offering a friendly smile in a close-up coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 04 Buzz Lightyear in a heroic stance ready for action in this Toy Story coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 05 Toy Story ensemble coloring page with Woody, Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, Bullseye, and the space aliens.

Toy Story coloring page 06 Jessie from Toy Story lassoing while riding Bullseye in this action-filled coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 07 A menacing Toy Story Tyrannosaurus rex roaring, with a backdrop featuring a car and palm trees.

Toy Story coloring page 08 An adorable piggy bank character, Hamm, from Toy Story, surrounded by stars.

Toy Story coloring page 09 Slinky Dog from Toy Story stretches out in a playful pose on this coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 10 Toy Story coloring page featuring Buzz Lightyear, Woody, Slinky Dog, a space alien, and the green army men.

Toy Story coloring page 11 Woody tipping his hat, with a warm smile, in this close-up Toy Story coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 12 Buzz Lightyear with his wings spread, ready for a space adventure in this Toy Story coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 13 Jessie swinging a lasso with joy in this dynamic Toy Story coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 14 Rex the dinosaur with a big, friendly smile in this Toy Story coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 15 A richly detailed Toy Story coloring page featuring Woody on Bullseye with a night sky backdrop.

Toy Story coloring page 16 Mr. Potato Head from Toy Story with his parts scattered around in this playful coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 17 Toy Story’s Rex in a pastoral scene with fluffy sheep, ready for coloring fun.

Toy Story coloring page 18 A space alien from Toy Story with three eyes and antennae in a simple, charming coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 19 Bullseye galloping happily, wearing Woody’s hat, in this energetic Toy Story coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 20 An intricate Toy Story coloring page featuring Woody, Jessie on Bullseye, and an assortment of toys.

Toy Story coloring page 21 Woody’s friendly face with his cowboy hat, perfect for a Toy Story coloring activity.

Toy Story coloring page 22 Rex the dinosaur from Toy Story, standing tall and smiling wide.

Toy Story coloring page 23 Slinky Dog stretched out in his iconic springy shape from Toy Story.

Toy Story coloring page 24 Mr. Potato Head from Toy Story with his parts ready to be colored.

Toy Story coloring page 25 Rex in a pastoral setting with a sheep companion, offering a Toy Story twist on a classic scene.

Toy Story coloring page 26 A Toy Story space alien, three-eyed and all smiles, ready to be brought to life with color.

Toy Story coloring page 27 Bullseye, Woody’s trusty steed, captured mid-gallop in this Toy Story coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 28 A joyful Toy Story coloring page featuring Marry hugging a large strawberry.

Toy Story coloring page 29 This coloring page depicts the penguin Wheezy from Toy Story holding a microphone, ready to sing a song.

Toy Story coloring page 30 A Toy Story coloring page showcasing Woody as a cowboy with a hat, looking through binoculars, a shovel by his side.

Toy Story coloring page 31 Woody is riding on an RC car, wielding a sci-fi-inspired drill, with motion lines indicating speed in this Toy Story coloring page.

Toy Story coloring page 32 This coloring page features a Toy Story game console screen displaying the cowboy Woody waving.

Toy Story coloring page 33 A fun Toy Story coloring page with the three-eyed alien toys in a group, smiling and ready for coloring.

Toy Story coloring page 34 A patriotic Toy Story coloring page presenting Woody saluting in front of a lineup of five soldiers under the American flag.

Toy Story coloring page 35 Here’s a Toy Story coloring page featuring the character Mr. Pricklepants, the hedgehog dressed in lederhosen, smiling warmly.

Toy Story coloring page 36 A charming Toy Story coloring page showing Woody with Buzz Lightyear, Jessie, and the toy aliens in a car by the barn under a starry sky.

Toy Story coloring page 37 This Toy Story coloring page features the lovely cowgirl Jessie, waving with her hand, wearing her characteristic hat and braided hair.

Toy Story coloring page 38 A portrait of Woody from Toy Story, standing confidently with a hand on his hip and a friendly smile.

Toy Story coloring page 39 Toy Story’s Woody and Buzz Lightyear are sitting in a movie theater with a “Toy Story” sign in the background.

Toy Story coloring page 40 Woody from Toy Story is in a child’s room, tipping his hat, with toys scattered around, including a smiling dinosaur and a window showing a starry night.

Toy Story coloring page 41 Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story is striking a heroic pose with a rocket behind him, showcasing his space ranger suit.

Toy Story coloring page 42 An action-packed Toy Story coloring page featuring Buzz Lightyear soaring through the air with a determined expression.



What is Toy Story?

“Toy Story” is a computer-animated film series produced by Pixar Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. The original “Toy Story” movie, which debuted in 1995, was the first entirely computer-animated feature film and is considered a landmark in animation history. Directed by John Lasseter, it tells the story of a group of toys that come to life when humans aren’t around.

The main characters include Woody, a pull-string cowboy doll, and Buzz Lightyear, a space ranger action figure. The narrative revolves around the toys’ adventures, their relationships with each other, and their struggles with issues of identity, belonging, and purpose as they deal with being playthings in a human world.

The success of the first “Toy Story” film led to a franchise that includes sequels “Toy Story 2” (1999), “Toy Story 3” (2010), and “Toy Story 4” (2019), as well as various spin-off media and merchandise. The series has been praised for its innovation, storytelling, and appeal to both children and adults.



What are the Toy Story Publications?

Main Film Series:

  1. “Toy Story” (1995) – The original film that introduced the world to Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of the toy characters.
  2. “Toy Story 2” (1999) – The sequel that sees Woody being kidnapped by a toy collector, prompting a rescue mission.
  3. “Toy Story 3” (2010) – The third installment where the toys face an uncertain future as their owner, Andy, prepares to go to college.
  4. “Toy Story 4” (2019) – The latest film in which Woody and the gang embark on a road trip adventure that introduces new characters and challenges.

Spin-Offs and Shorts:

  • “Toy Story Toons” – A series of short films featuring the “Toy Story” characters, including “Hawaiian Vacation,” “Small Fry,” and “Partysaurus Rex.”
  • “Toy Story of Terror!” (2013) – A Halloween-themed television special.
  • “Toy Story That Time Forgot” (2014) – A Christmas-themed television special.


  • Various children’s books and novelizations based on the films and characters, including picture books, storybooks, and junior novels.
  • “Toy Story: The Art and Making of the Animated Film” by John Lasseter and Steve Daly, which details the creation of the original movie.


  • A number of comic book series have been published, expanding the “Toy Story” universe with new stories and adventures.

Video Games:

  • Several video games have been released that allow players to experience the “Toy Story” world interactively, including “Toy Story,” “Toy Story 2: Buzz Lightyear to the Rescue,” and “Toy Story 3: The Video Game.”


  • A vast array of merchandise, including toys, clothing, home decor, and more, featuring characters and elements from the “Toy Story” films.



What are the Favorite Toy Story Characters?

  1. Woody – A pull-string cowboy doll who is Andy’s favorite toy and the leader of the toys in the first three films.
  2. Buzz Lightyear – A space ranger action figure and Woody’s best friend, known for his catchphrase “To infinity and beyond!”
  3. Jessie – A yodeling cowgirl doll introduced in “Toy Story 2,” who becomes part of Woody’s family.
  4. Rex – A nervous but lovable Tyrannosaurus Rex toy who struggles with his fears and insecurities.
  5. Hamm – A wise-cracking plastic piggy bank with a cork in his belly, known for his sarcasm and knowledge of the outside world.
  6. Mr. Potato Head – A potato-shaped toy with detachable parts, he’s gruff but deeply cares for his toy family.
  7. Slinky Dog – A toy dachshund with a metal slinky for a body, he is loyal and often helps the toys in their adventures.
  8. Bo Peep – A porcelain shepherdess figurine and Woody’s love interest, who plays a central role in “Toy Story 4.”
  9. Andy – The human owner of the toys, who grows up over the course of the series.
  10. Lotso – A strawberry-scented teddy bear and the main antagonist of “Toy Story 3,” known for his initially warm but ultimately deceptive nature.
  11. Forky – A spork turned into a toy, introduced in “Toy Story 4,” who questions his purpose as a toy.
  12. Bullseye – Woody’s faithful horse, who is incredibly affectionate and loyal.
  13. Aliens (The Little Green Men) – Three-eyed alien toys who worship the claw machine they come from and are known for their catchphrase “Oooh!”
  14. Sid – The main antagonist of the first film, known for his habit of disassembling and reassembling toys in bizarre ways.
  15. Ken and Barbie – The iconic doll duo that appears in “Toy Story 3,” with Ken becoming a significant supporting character.


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