Whether you want your kids to practice math, make reading fun, shapes, and colors — or to just get moving — chances are there’s a free Pete the Cat resource for you. That’s because Harper Collins has released an incredible amount of groovy fun learning activities perfect for kiddos age 3-5. 

All the activities, singalongs, and educational videos pair up with one of the Pete the Cat books. (Also worth noting: educators and librarians can now read the books on digital platforms for free too!)

Pete the Cat is doing a self portrait of himself and even spelled his own name
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Video: Pete the Cat and the Cool Cat Boogie

Let your kids shake their sillies out as they learn Pete’s cool boogie moves through a YouTube video and a printable. 

That is one of my favorite Pete the Cat activities and one of my child’s favorites as well. We like to get up and move around and even throw in some of our own moves! Plus, the moves are so easy to learn whether you’re watching the video or with this worksheet!

Pete the Cat and his awesome groovy dance moves like in the Youtube video
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Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons

Sing along with Pete’s Four Groovy Buttons song — and learn how he doesn’t let a missing button upset him, a great lesson related to feelings when things go wrong. Activities to go along with the Four Groovy Buttons book include a missing letter puzzle printable, memory game, and a spot the differences printable.

Pete the Cat
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Video: Pete the Cat and the Missing Cupcakes

My three-year-old is always shocked by who stole the cupcakes in this fun mystery picture book. Pair a reading of the book with a coloring page printable that challenges your kids to decorate some cupcakes. (This could be a fun activity for a birthday party while stuck at home too).

Share my three-year-old’s surprise with this Pete the Cat read aloud and experience the mystery yourself!

Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes

The original Pete the Cat is a classic. After reading the book, encourage your kids to color in their own pair of high-tops with this coloring page.

Pete the Cat
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More Pete the Cat Inspired Fun

The Harper Collins website is packed full of other Pete the Cat-inspired activities; access them all here. Kids can learn about shapes and colors through a playful video, sing along to Pete’s version of classic songs like Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, play matching games, do word searches, and goodness, so much more.

If your kids are super fans of Pete the Cat too, don’t forget to write him fan mail!

Will Pete’s groovy songs get stuck in your head after all these fun activities? Chances are, yes, but it’s worth it when all these activities and videos will keep your kids entertained and educated while stuck at home.

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  1. Love Pete the Cat! I love all of the free activities, videos, and more that you’ve shared. Thank you for providing such great content!