Create a Pete the Cat Craft inspired by James Dean and Eric Litwin's picture book: Pete the Cat I Love My White Shoes. Free craft template available at craftypammy.com

Pete the Cat Craft

Print your Free Pete the Cat Craft Template at Craftypammy.com

Create a Pete the Cat Craft inspired by James Dean & Eric Litwin’s picture book: Pete the Cat: I  Love My White Shoes

Create Pete the Cat Craft by using the free craft templates available at craftypammy.com




Materials Needed:

Optional Materials:

About the Inspiration Book

Inspiration Book: Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes

Author: Art by James Dean, Story by Eric Litwin

My Review: Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes is one of those stories that your kids will want you to read again and again. Pete the Cat is just way too cool!

This story is about Pete the Cat and his brand new white shoes. He goes on a walk down the street and happens to get his shoes covered in different colors when he ends up stepping on piles of strawberries, blueberries, mud and other messy things. What does Pete the Cat do? He keeps his cool and keeps on singing his song.

This book has beautiful illustrations and a cheerful story that will teach kids about colors and keeping their cool because “no matter what you step in, keep walking along and singing your song… because it’s all good”

It also has a very catchy song, you can listen to the story and the song here.

I definitely recommend this book.

Preparation: (Done by a Parent or an Adult)

STEP 1: PRINT PETE THE CAT CRAFT TEMPLATE ON CONSTRUCTION PAPER

Print Pete the Cat Craft Template in Construction Paper

Start by printing Pete the Cat craft template on 2 colored construction papers of your choice and white construction paper. White is for the eyes, and the other 2 colors are for the cat’s face and shoes.

TIP: You might have to check the order in which your printer prints first so that you can arrange the pages correctly when placing them into your printer.

 

STEP 2: CUT PETE THE CAT CRAFT INSIDE ALONG THE LINES

Cut out Pete the Cat Craft Template

Cut out Pete the Cat craft template by using the shapes to guide you. Cut inside along the line so that there will be no printed outline visible once the craft is completed.

Making the Craft: (It’s the Kids Turn!)

STEP 3: GLUE PETE THE CAT CRAFT TOGETHER

Glue Pete the Cat Craft Template together

 

Use the following preview to guide you glue Pete the Cat Craft together:

[ Print the Craft Preview ]

 

Use Pete the Cat Craft Guide to help you glue your craft together

STEP 4: FINISHED PETE THE CAT IN A SHOE CRAFT!

Create Pete the Cat inspired Craft by using the free craft templates available at craftypammy.com

Finished craft! Have fun with your Cat in a shoe craft inspired by Pete the Cat and his white shoes!

MAKE SURE TO DECORATE YOUR PETE THE CAT CRAFT!

Add glitter and anything else you can think of to make Pete the Cat Craft reflect your personality!

 

Print your Free Pete the Cat Craft Template at Craftypammy.com

HAVE YOU DONE THIS CRAFT?
I WOULD LOVE TO SEE IT!

I would love it if you could please share your finished version of this craft with me.
Please don’t be shy, I love receiving emails and I promise I will respond as soon as possible!

Please email photos to my personal email: Pam@craftypammy.com

or you can leave a comment on the section below. Let me know if you had any problems or if you loved this craft!

About Crafty Pammy

Hello, my name is Pam! I love reading picture books and creating crafts for children. I also love coffee shops, crepes & going to Disneyland!

Thank you for visiting my website. <3

6 replies
  1. Jayne Higgins
    Jayne Higgins says:

    Hello! You have done a terrific job with your site!
    I thought I saw “Pass It On!” by Marilyn Sander (?)
    including a description of book and crafts?
    Is this still available?

    Reply
  2. Rosemary Kiladitis
    Rosemary Kiladitis says:

    You have just saved my storytime today! Thank you so much, I’ll be doing a Pete the Cat storytime and craft at my library this afternoon and this is perfect! I’ll be visiting your page often!

    Reply
  3. Crafty Pammy
    Crafty Pammy says:

    @Rosemary, I’m really glad you found the craft useful 🙂

    I really hope your kids loved it as much as mine did! I would definitely love to hear how your storytime went and any feedback (positive or negative) that you may have on the craft and the site is greatly appreciated!

    If you’d like to stay in the loop, please sign up to my email newsletter (signup bar at the top of the page.) There’s a good amount of storytime crafts that I’ll be uploading and I’m sure you would really enjoy them!

    – Miss Pam 🙂

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