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Celebrate Christmas with My Pete the Cat Craft for Preschoolers

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Do your preschoolers love Pete the Cat? Then, I’ve got the perfect Christmas craft for you! After you read The 12 Groovy Days of Christmas by James Dean, break out this holiday craft of Pete for some hands-on learning fun with your preschoolers.

This printable Christmas craft is a fun way to practice sequencing events with your preschoolers. They’ll be able to retell the events of the story to friends and family using this Pete the Cat Christmas craft activity. Want more Pete the Cat themed fun?

Keep reading to discover all my favorite ways to celebrate the season with Pete the Cat and grab my 12 days of Christmas Pete the Cat craft for your preschool learners too. You don’t want to miss this!

Christmas Pete the cat craft

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12 Groovy Days of Christmas Pete the Cat Craft

Have you read The 12 Groovy Days of Christmas? This lovable Pete the Cat Christmas book is filled with colorful pictures and silly antics. You’ll love all the silly and adorable gifts Pete gives to his friends in this holiday book. 

Preschoolers will have fun completing this Pete the Cat craft as you read the story aloud to them. They can follow along and apply the correct gift cut out to each numbered day on this Christmas tree craft.

Pete the cat craft

Alternatively, you can do this activity with your preschoolers to bolster reading comprehension and practice sequencing after the story is over. What’s included in my 12 days of Christmas Pete the Cat craft?

I’ve added a color photo of the craft activity. I think these are helpful to show preschoolers what the finished product might look like before they begin. 

You’ll also get labeled templates with this Pete the Cat printable craft activity including titles and the color paper to print each page on this year.

Want different colors for your craft? You can totally print these Pete the Cat printable templates on black and white paper to let your students color. Or print them on the colored paper you prefer.

All of these labeled Pete the Cat craft patterns can be copied onto colored paper, cut out, and glued together by students or xeroxed and traced by students for a fun addition to your reading activities. It’s a fun new way to practice handwriting, cutting, and pasting skills with your preschool learners this Christmas.

Christmas Themed Pete the Cat Activities for Preschoolers

There are so many fun Pete the Cat activities for preschoolers you can add to your Christmas lesson plans this year! One of my favorites involves recycling some of those Amazon boxes you’ve got stashed in the garage (just me?) 

Here’s how to do it: gather 12 boxes, recycled shoe boxes, or old Amazon boxes are great for this part. Wrap or decorate the boxes to make them look like holiday gifts.

Then, practice sorting, sequencing, and counting skills by having your preschoolers find Pete the cat’s 12 holiday items from around the room.

You can get creative with some of the items for your boxes. For example, consider using paper onion rings for day 5 or a postcard from the sea for your “road trip to the sea.”

Preschoolers will have fun moving around the room and getting all those holiday wiggles out as they search for the items. Plus, it’s a great way to encourage your preschoolers to develop problem-solving skills this Christmas!

More Pete the Cat Printable Crafts for Preschoolers

If you love Pete the Cat activities, don’t miss some of my other fun Pete the Cat crafts and printables. You can enjoy Pete with hands-on learning fun all year round! Check them out below:

Pete the Cat Name Craft

Thanksgiving Pete the Cat Craft

Pete the Cat Book Buddy

What’s your favorite Pete the Cat book? Share your favorite Pete the Cat books and activities in the comments. I can’t wait to read them and try a few with my preschoolers this year too!

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