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Pete The Cat Books Read Aloud

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Pete the Cat Out of This World – Kids Books Read Aloud

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For Ages: 4 to 8 years

For Grades: Preschool to 3rd

Best For: Toddlers, Early Readers

Rated a top Teachers Pick on Amazon, this book is one of the most popular stories in the Pete the Cat Series.

Here are a few things reviewers are sharing

My autistic 5 year old LOVES these Pete the Cat books! Theyre simple enough for him to memorize, with small enough words to practice his actual reading skills and are fun to sing/recite! ~

I am an art teacher and look for books to incorporate into my lessons. My students LOVE Pete the Cat books and after reading it to the class we make an art project based on the book. I plan to buy more Pete the Cat books. It was funny how he stepped into different things, stained his new shoes but had a good attitude about it and saw the positive side of each situation. Highly recommend. ~

Love the story. Easy to read. Read this to my reception class and have watched the video on youtube. ~

Enjoy Your *my Groovy Imagination* Craft

  • Practice reading aloud your craft~ great for literacy, fluency, and reading skills practice!
  • Display your crafts to remind you of the power of Imagination!

*~ I hope you are enjoying plenty of reading adventures, Mai Friends! Tag me on y or , find me on TikTok, or contact me via email to share your own *My Groovy Imagination* Crafts and your own reading adventures! Id love to hear from you and learn more about how you are strong!~*

Read Right Now Pete The Cat

08/02/2021 |Online Storytime, Reading Ready

Pete is one cool cat! He plays baseball, scuba dives, and loves rocking on his guitar. He also dresses well! Who wouldn’t want to borrow Pete’s tennis shoes or magic sunglasses?

You can listen to the video read aloud Pete the Cat and the New Guy right now! Watch Pete’s story below and then take a look at the fun printable activities and links to more books you can check out with your IndyPL library card.

Talk!

After listening to the story, talk about some of the things that happened in it.

  • How did the new guy feel at the beginning of the story?
  • How does Pete feel about meeting the new guy?
  • What does Pete do to help Gus feel included?
  • What are some things you might do to help a new friend feel included?
  • Do you think you can be friends with people who like different things than you do?

Read!

Find more FREE online reading at 100+ Free Video Read Alouds or try storytime at home!

You can use your IndyPL library card to check out e-books, audiobooks, and other streaming content about Pete the Cat from home, right to your device. See our digital Pete the Cat collection here, or come visit us!Need help? Ask a Library staff member at any of our locations or call, text or email Ask-a-Librarian.

Sing!

Pete the Cat Rocking in My School Shoes from Harpercollins Childrens on Vimeo.

Write!

Find some crayons or makers to color a picture, practice writing the letters, or see if you can follow your way through a maze without getting stuck.

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Pete The Cat And The Cool Cat Boogie

Pete is learning a new dancethe Cool Cat Boogie! When he hears a groovy beat, hes full of happy in his feet. But when Grumpy Toad tells him, Pete, you dance all wrong! Pete is determined to become a better dancer. With the help of his friends and some wise words from Owl, Pete learns that hes his grooviest when hes being himself. Get the book here.

Learn Pete the Cat’s Cool Cat Boogie

Pete the Cat and the Cool Cat Boogie Word Scramble

Pete the Cat and the Cool Cat Boogie Coloring Page

Pete the Cat fans, new and old, will love singing along with Pete in this groovy rendition of this favorite children’s bedtime song. Get the book here.

Pete the Cat: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Rhyming Game

Pete the Cat: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Memory Game

Pete the Cat: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Door Hanger

Pete the Cat: Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star Word Search

*my Groovy Imagination* Craft

PETE THE CAT and HIS MAGIC SUNGLASSES Read Aloud Book for ...

Have you ever had your plans ruined by a rainy day? I am a planner. I thrive on routine and the predictable, so when mai carefully curated plans go awry, flexibility isnt my key strength. So thank goodness there are books like Pete the Cat for even adults like me! Pete the Cats Groovy Imagination is an excellent tool to model flexibility and the power of imagination to turn any situation into an adventure. Looking for a way to practice this skill? Just like Pete, start with a box, and see how many adventures you and your little can create! Then, pick one of your favorites and create the bookish craft *My Groovy Imagination* to record how you would transform a box and share your own imaginings!

Materials

  • Choose and : Color or Black and White
  • Color and cut out the Rainbow Pete Template. *Do Not cut off the Glue Strip on the bottom.*
  • Next, choose a front side Box to use. There are color or black and white versions.
  • The writing prompt on the bottom Front-side of the Box is : The box is now a _____. In both the black & white and color sets, the following templates to answer the prompt are available: a space for a picture and lines for writing, all lines for writing, fill-in sentence and picture, Picture only.
  • The top has the main chorus from the book. Write your name on the blank after the word suddenly.
  • If you choose the color version, color in the box and Petes paws.

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Pete The Cat And His Four Groovy Buttons

Count down with Pete in this rocking story that makes counting fun! Pete the Cat is wearing his favorite shirtthe one with the four totally groovy buttons. But when one falls off, does Pete cry? Goodness, no! He just keeps on singing his songafter all, what could be groovier than three groovy buttons? Get the book here.

Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Fill in the Blank

Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Memory Game

Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons Spot the Difference

Guided Reading Using Printable Books

Interactive Component

The students cut and paste pictures that correspond to the text. They can also color the pictures.

I use the black and white version of the emergent reader for guided reading. I monitor if my students can track words, correlate text to picture, use initial letter sounds associated with the picture and identify a few sight words. I make a copy for each of my students so they can take these home to read to others. I absolutely love using printable books because it allows my students to mess them up. Many of the readers have an interactive component where the students are required to interact with it in some form . This adds a greater sense of ownership and meaning for the students.

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Pete The Cat: I Love My White Shoes By James Dean

Pete the Cat was walking down the street in his brand new white shoes. Pete loved his white shoes so much, he sang this song.

I love my white shoes. I love my white shoes. I love my white shoes. I love my white shoes. I love my white shoes. I love my white shoes.

Oh no. Pete stepped in a large pile of strawberries. What color did it turn his shoes?

Red.

Goodness, no.

He kept walking along and singing his song.

I love my red shoes. I love my red shoes. I love my red shoes. I love my red shoes. I love my red

Oh no. Pete stepped in a large pile of blueberries. What color did it turn his shoes?

Blue.

Goodness, no.

He kept walking along and singing his song.

I love my blue shoes. I love my blue shoes. I love my blue shoes. I love my blue shoes. I love my blue shoes. I love

Oh no. Pete stepped in a large puddle of mud. What color did it turn his shoes?

Brown.

Goodness, no.

He kept walking along and singing his song.

I love my brown shoes. I love my brown shoes. I love my brown shoes. I love my brown shoes. I love my brown shoes. I love my brown

Oh no.

Pete stepped in a bucket of water and all the brown, and all the blue, and all the red were washed away.

What color were his shoes again?

White.

But now they were wet. Did Pete cry?

Goodness, no.

He kept walking along and singing his song.

I love my wet shoes. I love my wet shoes. I love my wet shoes. I love my wet shoes. I love my wet shoes. I love my wet shoes. I love my wet shoes. I love my wet shoes.

Pete The Cat Read Aloud I Love My White Shoes

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Pete the Cat read aloud I Love My White Shoes is a super cute groovy story for kids.

My 6-year-old who really wasnt into books absolutely fell in love with Pete the Cat.

You learn all sorts of cool things like

  • Colors
  • Objects
  • Words through sing-song text

Be sure to stick around from start to finish to access your read aloud, fun learning activity, and helpful tools to boost reading skills.

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Pete The Cat Read Aloud Whats It About

Pete the Cat goes on a walking journey in his new white shoes singing and grooving to his song

I love my white shoes, I love my white shoes, I love my white shoes.

While walking, his shoes get messy, changing into different colors like blue, red, brown, and WET.

Stepping into blueberries, mud, and other things changes the colors of Petes white shoes.

But, he doesnt get upset!

In fact, he keeps moving and grooving while singing his song because its all good.

The moral of the story, dont sweat the small stuff!

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Temporary Read Aloud Permission Policy

***UPDATE 8/25/2020: Teachers can do read-alouds with our titles up until the end of the year.***

From HarperCollins:

If you are an author who would like to do a recorded or live reading of your HarperCollins Childrens book:We are granting you permission to read your HarperCollins Childrens Books titles online through September 9th, 2020. These virtual readings may be streamed live via digital platforms, or if recorded, posted in closed educational platforms. If a closed platform is unavailable, recorded videos of readings may be uploaded to YouTube as long as they are marked Unlisted. We ask that you work with your editorial and marketing contact so we can amplify appropriately. This permission grant is to best serve the community of readers out there who need us right now.

If you are an author who has received a request from a teacher or librarian to read your HarperCollins Childrens book online:We are extending the ability to our authors and illustrators to grant permission to educators and librarians to read their HarperCollins Childrens Books titles online through , 2020. These virtual readings may be streamed live via digital platforms, or if recorded, posted in closed educational platforms. If a closed platform is unavailable, recorded videos of readings may be uploaded to YouTube as long as they are marked Unlisted. We ask that you ask the requestor to do the following, as conditions of this grant of permission:

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Links To Pete The Cat Books Read Aloud

  • Pete The Cat Rocking In My School Shoes
  • 2 Pete The Cat I Love My White Shoes

  • Pete The Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons
  • Pete The Cat Too Cool For School
  • 5. Pete The Cats Train Trip

    6. Pete The Cat Pete AT The Beach

    7. Pete The Cat Petes Big Lunch

  • A Pet For Pete
  • Pete And The Lost Tooth
  • 13. Pete the Cat and the Bad Banana

  • Pete the Kittys First Day of Preschool
  • 15.Pete The Cat Hungry For Lunch
  • Pete The Cat The Big Win 17. I Love Pete The Kitty
  • Pete The Cat The Wheels on The Bus
  • Pete The Kitty And The Groovy Playdate

    Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons

    Before he was Pete the Cat, he was Pete the Kitty!

    Pete the Kitty is super excited to visit his friend Grumpy Toads house for a playdate! Grumpy Toad has all the best toys: a truck, building blocks, and a superhero cape. Far out! Its going to be cat-tastic! But when Grumpy Toad refuses to share any of his cool toys with Pete, neither of them are having any fun. Will Grumpy Toad ever share his toys with his friend Pete? Get the book here.

    Pete the Kitty Matching Game

    Pete the Kitty Word Search

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    Pete The Cat: Rocking In My School Shoes

    Pete the Cat is rocking in his school shoes. Pete discovers the library, the lunch room, the playground, and lots of other cool places at school. And no matter where he goes, Pete never stops moving and grooving and singing his song…because its all good. Buy the book here.

    Pete the Cat: Rocking in My School Shoes Coloring Page

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