Alright, folks! DreamWorks is back with yet another rocking movie after “Trolls”, and this time it’s not a child, but an infant as the protagonist. Yes, you got us right! We’re talking about “The Boss Baby”. The movie has just hit the theaters and is going houseful already. And the reviews pouring in are positive too. So this one’s surely a hit at hand. Oh, you and your kids haven’t watched the movie yet? Don’t sulk as you’re up for some fantastic treat. Below we’ve shared tons of The Boss Baby coloring pages to help your child contain his excitement as he awaits the movie. Take a look.
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Top 10 The Boss Baby Coloring Pages
The Boss Baby:
Meet the Boss Baby, the protagonist of the movie. The story revolves around a baby and how his arrival affects the family told from the point of view of a delightful narrator, 7-year-old Tim. The movie basically discusses the importance of family, but in a subtle manner.
Here’s a coloring page of Tim Templeton, the 7-year-old imaginative and adventurous deuteragonist of the movie. Tim was having a gala time with his parents and wished that just three of them remain forever. But his dreams turn into a nightmare when a suit wearing infant shows up at his house, whom his mother announces as his little brother.
The Snooty Boss:
This coloring page shows the Baby Boss giving a snooty look. Do you know why the Boss Baby always looks so snooty? That’s because the machine that created babies failed to tickle him during the sorting process and he was sent to the management or corporate section instead of the family section.
The Boss Baby Posing:
Have you ever seen an infant look so dapper in a business suit? Or have you ever seen an infant in a suit? We bet you haven’t. But the Boss Baby is no ordinary baby. He was created at the Baby Corp for a secret mission to discover why babies are losing their share of love to puppies. He carries a briefcase, which contains all the equipment required to accomplish the task.
The Boss Baby In Action:
In this coloring page, the Boss Baby is wondering what he can do to find out why puppies are being adored more than infants.
The Boss Baby In Deep Thought:
The Boss Baby is engrossed in a deep thinking in this coloring page. What could be going on his mind? Is he looking for ways to irritate Tim? Tell your child to write what the Boss Baby is thinking in the blank space. It will hone his thinking abilities and prowess.
The Templeton Family:
The animation of this movie is just amazing, as exemplified in this coloring image featuring the Templeton family. But what is wrong with Tim? He isn’t looking happy? Something is definitely bothering him, but what? Tell your child to guess it as he colors the page.
Tim And The Boss Baby Up For Some Adventure:
Dressed in sailor costumes, Tim and the Boss Baby are up for some adventure, as seen in this coloring image. In the movie, Tim and the baby boss are united in a mission to stop the PuppyCo. And they need to do everything together, whether it’s gathering help or looking for some clues.
Tim And The Boss Baby:
Here’s a coloring image of Tim and the Boss Baby posing for a picture together. In the movie, Tim faces a tough time imagining how his life would be with his baby brother. He looks all jolly and cheerful in this image, but does not remain the same as the movie proceeds. So help him out by coloring this picture. It will make him feel a bit better.
Connect The Dots Activity Sheet:
If you have a preschooler at hands and want him to teach counting while having fun, hand him this coloring page. It will also keep the Boss Baby together while he’s doing all the hard work. After all, he’s the boss.
We know you are going to love our collection of The Boss Baby coloring sheets. Print out all these free The Boss Baby coloring pages and surprise your child with it. Let us know what he thinks about it in the comment section below.