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Top 10 ‘Charlie And The Chocolate Factory’ Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

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Do you have a little Roald Dahl fan at home? Is “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” one of his favorite books? Are you looking for some “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” themed coloring pages for your little fan? Well, then! At the expense of sounding like a commercial, your search ends here!

“Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” is a book from acclaimed writer Roald Dahl. The story tells us about a young boy Charlie and the eccentric confectioner Willy Wonka. In the book, Willy holds the competition where the Golden Ticket winners get a tour of his factory and a supply of candies.

Relive the amazement and wonder of Willy Wonka’s world of magic with our collection of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” coloring pages. It features all the main characters of the book. Check them out below!

10 Best Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Coloring Pages:

1. Poster:

Here’s a poster of the film Roald Dahl’s book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. Have your child fill the bold letters with bright and vibrant colors. Besides coloring, children can also practice their handwriting skills. Did you know the story was inspired by Roald Dahl’s experience of the chocolate factory during his school days?

2. Willy Wonka:

Meet Willy Wonka, one of the principal characters from Roald Dahl’s classic book the “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. He is the forefather of the Wonka Candy Company. Willy is an unparalleled genius in the in the confectionery. He invents unique products that capture the imagination of the world.

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3. The Chocolate Factory:

Here’s a charlie and the chocolate factory coloring page of the famous and prosperous Willy Wonka Chocolate Factory. He begins his candy and chocolate empire with a small shop in town. The factory has four main rooms- the chocolate room, the inventing room, the nut room and the television. If you live in the United States, you can take your child for a tour of the Willy Wonka Candy Company. It’s a replica of Willy’s factory.

4. Charlie Bucket:

Here’s a coloring page of Charlie, a young boy who wins the golden ticket to the Wonka chocolate factory. He is the protagonist and titular character of the book. Charlie is a kind-hearted and brave boy who lives with his parents and grandparents. Charlie is a devoted son. He does everything possible to keep his parents and grandparents happy.

5. Charlie And Willy:

Here’s a charlie and the chocolate factory coloring pages printable of Charlie and Willy. Unlike the other four contestants, Charlie is a generous and honest boy. It is his generosity and sensibility that impresses Willy Wonka. At the end of the novel, Wonka declares Charlie as the heir to his factory. He even permits Charlie to move into the factory with his family.

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6. Veruca Salt:

Here’s a coloring image of Veruca Salt. She is also the winner of the golden ticket to Willy Wonka’s factory. Veruca is a brat. She grew up in an affluent family and always asks for presents. She is also an animal lover. In the Factory, Veruca demands a squirrel, but Willy refuses, stating that it’s not for sale. Veruca then attempts to steal the squirrel from the put room.

7. Oompa-Loompa:

The funny guy you see here is Oompa Loompa. He is a tiny man with protruding knees. You will see him wearing a striped shirt and baggy pants all the time. Oompa-Loompa belongs to Loompaland. Charlie Wonka invites him to work with at the factory. Oompa Loompa is quite mischievous, and he loves the odd practical joke.

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8. Violet Beauregarde:

Here’s a coloring image of Violet Beauregarde. She is one of the five lucky winners to get the golden ticket to see Wonka’s factory. Violet is a tomboy and has a competitive side. Violet is also a Gum Chewing Champion and holds the record of chewing a single piece of gum for three months. She is also an expert in black belt and martial arts.

9. Augustus Gloop:

Meet Augustus Gloop, the first kid to get the Golden Ticket and also the first kid that Willy removed from the tour. Augustus is a greedy child, and his mother takes great pride in his gluttony. Augustus falls into the river while drinking from the chocolate river and gets stuck in the pipe.

10. Willy Wonka:

Here’s another charlie and the chocolate factory coloring sheets featuring Willy Wonka. Willy is an eccentric, or rather a vivid character. His peculiar behavior stems from his creative genius. He bewilders Charlie and his friends with his antics. Verruca thinks he is a crazy man, but Charlie perceives Willy’s behavior as a positive trait. His eccentricity is more of a humorous character flaw.

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Print these coloring pages and present them to your child, along with the book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. If he already has the book, buy him some chocolates instead. Who is your child’s most favorite character from the book “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”? Tell us below.

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  • rebecca_sonu

    my kids are crazy about coloring and chocolates….this the best way…and they love these pages.