10 Wonderful Beauty And The Beast Coloring Pages For Your Toddler

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Is your child besotted with the slow transformation of the Beast into the prince, of Belle’s courage and perseverance? If so, these coloring pages will surely catch her fancy. They contain characters and situations from the popular Disney animated movie Beauty and the Beast, which is a favorite of children across the world.

Top Ten Beauty And The Beast Coloring Pages

Here are some wonderful Disney Beauty and the Beast coloring pages free straight from the fairy tale.

1. Belle:

Here Belle is portrayed sitting on a rock and quite predictably, a book in her hand, while Witherspoon, the intelligent pigeon that often delivered Beast’s messages to Belle, hovers before her. There are puffy flowers behind the rock and some bushes in the background. So this is actually a pretty picture to color.

2. The Beast:

Here the Beast is seen looking flabbergasted while a horde of birds sits calmly on his head, shoulders, arms and hands. The beast is wearing his usual cropped pants, cummerbund, shirt and cape. The background is blank, so that can be added by your child. Overall, it is could become a really engaging, colorful picture.

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3. Belle And The Beast Dancing:

In this picture, Belle and Beast are seen dancing gaily, both their expressions of happiness and calm. Belle’s petite form is clad in a detailed gown that can be colored in different shades, while Beast has his usual attire on.

4. Mrs. Potts And Chip Potts:

This is a portrait of Mrs. Potts, the teapot which was previously the head of the castle’s kitchen and Chip Potts, her son and a teacup. The picture of the mother son duo expressed the motherly kind demeanor of Mrs. Potts and the bubbly nature of Chip Potts.

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5. Lumière:

Lumière was the Beast’s rebellious maître d’, but was transformed into candelabra by the enchantress. He is seen sort of dancing with a stick in one hand and a hat in the other, held out in a flourish. This picture requires intelligent coloring thanks to the mute, but distinct colors of the character.

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6. Gaston And Belle:

Gaston, the brutish, narcissistic man from Belle’s village who blackmails Belle to marry him, is seen holding up Belle’s book and looking skeptical and almost angry while Belle looks on disapprovingly. The background shows the tops of the houses of the village and the sky filled with billowing clouds.

7. Lumiere And Cogsworth:

Cogsworth is a pendulum clock who was previously the Beast’s loyal Majordomo. He seems to be in constant argument of his rival Lumière, but in this picture, they are seen happily standing beside each other. Although the picture asks for shades of brown and golden, it is a nice one to color.

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8. Belle And The Prince:

In this picture, Belle and the Prince are drawn in outlines, standing under the moon and twinkling stars, hand in hand. Belle has a rose in her hand and both the characters are dressed in beautiful clothes. This is another pretty picture in the collection that your child can fill in with her imagination.

9. Beast And Belle In The Library:

Throughout the story, it was emphasized that Belle is not the typical Disney Princess. Her love of books, knowledge and adventure is emphasized and this is a picture that strengthens her bookworm image. Beast is seen gifting her book, wrapped in ribbon, in the library.

10. The Enchanted Rose:

The enchanted rose is an important prop of the whole story because it signifies the whole magic going on in the castle. The enchantress had said that if the magic has to be broken before the last petal of this rose fell.

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If your lil’ gal emotes to fairy tales, these are the best beauty and the beast coloring pages free printable you can print out and give her. She cannot just paint them red, but also weave imaginative stories as she enjoys coloring the detailed images of the beauty and the beast!


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