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11 ways to teach life lessons with Pete the Cat

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you will go.” Dr. Seuss.

As a parent, the best gift you can give to your child that benefits him for his whole life is to teach him how to read. Once he will start reading, he will start learning all the life lessons from the books.

When we ask our child about Pete, the only thing appears in their minds is fun but Pete, the Cat is not just a funny cat, it is also your children's teacher who teaches them lessons with fun. When your children read with Pete the cat, they not only improve their reading skills but also learn life lessons.

If your child is also a fan of Pete, then this time myezypzy is bringing you the compilation of many singalong storybooks of Pete the cat that will explain what life lessons your child is going to learn with Pete the Cat, kids’ animated video.



1. You don’t need anything special to stay happy:

One day when Pete woke up and felt so sad. His friend toad gave him magic sunglasses and said that they make you happy whenever you feel sad. Pete wore those glasses and shared them with his other friends too. One day his glasses got broken and then the wise Owl said, “One doesn’t need glasses to be happy.” That Pete felt that he can be happy without glasses too. He learned that he doesn’t need anything special to stay happy. If you want to be happy, just feel grateful for whatever you have.


2. Learn to be active and happy:

Another lesson is to be active and happy. It’s so easy with Pete. You just have to learn some easy steps and do it with Pete. Leave your cozy cushion and start clapping, jumping, and rock and roll with Pete and see the magic that how fresh you feel.


3. Learn to be forgiving:

There is something very important that Pete is teaching here. Pete and his friends are baking cupcakes but someone is eating them and one by one they all went missing. When all his friends found out who ate those cupcakes, they exclude him from the party. In the end, Pete forgave him and teaches a wonderful lesson to everyone about forgiveness.


4. Sharing and Accepting:

Pete is having a groovy pizza party and inviting all of his friends but everyone wants their favorite toppings on a pizza. The pizza turned into dynamite when all asked for unique toppings like popcorns, papaya, pickles, pistachios, etc. With weird toppings, Pete shared the pizza with all of his friends. Pete is teaching a lesson of sharing and accepting others’ choices as well.


5. Accepting others:

A new guy “Fuss” moved to Pete’s town. Pete wanted to make him a friend. He found that Fuss is different from others. He is not like his other friends. There were many things Pete did and asked Fuss to do as well but he couldn’t. The fuss is different from others and he thought he is not good at anything. Pete tried his best to let Fuss do what all his friends can do. Finally, when Fuss found his talent, Pete and all his friends realized how lucky they are to have a ‘Fuss’ as a friend with them.

Here Pete is teaching to accept others as everyone is different and has something unique in them.


6. Singalong with Pete:

Singalong Pete the all-time favorite wheels on the bus go round and round…. This rhyme can allure every kid. Sometimes our parents sing also. What an amazing rhyme that is indirectly helping in building the vocabulary of little ones.

Pete is telling you to always rock whether you are traveling or not, just rock.


7. Counting becomes easy:

In “The Petes go marching” Pete, the cat is teaching your toddlers counting.

For Pete’s fan in this singalong story, ten Pete cats are marching down to the town. Let your child learn to count and march with Pete.


8. Don’t give up:

The beautiful version of “Itsy bitsy spider” you have never seen before. It’s not just everyone’s favorite rhyme but with some twist, Pete is teaching a lesson of not giving up. Just keep trying till you get succeed.


9. Learn Old McDonalds with Pete:

The classic Old McDonald is also every child’s favorite rhyme. With Pete, it has become more alluring and exciting. Pete is helping children to learn new words, animals’ sounds, and other things on the farm.


10. Sleep well:

“Pete the Cat and the Bedtime Blues” is a perfect book to let your child learn how to end the joy and get sound sleep. Pete and his friends are enjoying a sunny day on the beach. They don’t want the day to end. Somehow they have to sleep as it is very important.


11. Twinkle with Pete:

Pete knows that “the twinkle twinkle little star” is every child’s favorite rhyme. So he added some more words to turn this rhyme into an amazing one. Pete is teaching to light up like a twinkling star that you see in the sky. Show the light to others when it gets dark. In short, it is a lesson to help others.

This singalong storybook amazing collection has 11 stories in it and all are about Pete the Cat. So let your child enjoy and watch the Pete the Cat kid’s animated video.

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