It’s all good when Pete is in the classroom. Yes, that beloved blue cat captures the attention of many young listeners. Keep the literacy learning going with these Pete the Cat activities to go with the original four books.
The first four Pete the Cat books were written by Eric Litwin. The multitude of books that came after are written by the Deans. Mr. Dean has illustrated all of the books. I’m partial to the first four books and a few others in the series are noteworthy too.
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Pete the Cat Activities
Pete the Cat and the Perfect Pizza Party Activities
Get ready to work on some beginning sound work in Pete the Cat and the Perfect Pizza Party. It’s a great read-aloud pick for the classroom or speech room.
And, get to making some pizzas with toppings that begin with the /p/ in the Pete the Cat and The Perfect Pizza Party Activities.
Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes Activities
Make a class book that the students can read over and over. Grab the printable for this Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes activity.
Create a storytelling box to go with the book from Paths to Literacy.—>See how here.
Take a school tour with Pete the Cat. The Fabulous First Grade shares Pete clues for students to make inferences and predictions.—>See it here.
Build visual tracking with this Pete the Cat maze from Pete the Cat.—>Get it here.
Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes Activities
In Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes, Pete’s white shoes turn a few different colors after stepping into some red, blue, and brown objects. But, in the end, they turn white again.
Practice name spelling in this Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes activity that also includes a free printable.
Rainy Day Mum shares a fine motor cutting and color word recognition activity.
Let the children decide what color Pete’s shoes should be in this activity from The Vintage Umbrella.—>See it here.
Practice color words with this activity from Line Upon Line Learning.
Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Activities
Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons: Pete the Cat is wearing his favorite shirt with the four groovy buttons. When Pete loses a button, he doesn’t cry. Goodness no, he just keeps singing his song. This is such a fun book to sing and countdown with Pete as he loses all of his groovy buttons.
Work on beginning sounds with these free bingo boards perfect for small groups. Grab the Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons activity.
Pete the Cat Saves Christmas Activities
In Pete the Cat Saves Christmas, Santa is sick and calls on Pete the Cat to help deliver all the gifts to the boys and girls. Pete leaves his vacation spot and cruises to the North Pole to help the jolly guy out in his time of need. Can Pete help save Christmas? You bet he can!
This Pete the Cat Saves Christmas activity works on letter recognition and is full of playful fun.
More Pete the Cat Activities
General Pete the Cat Activities
Totschooling has some fun ABC puzzles that reveal a Pete the Cat themed picture.
It’s all good with these Pete the Cat activities.