Does your child love cats? Then, these cat crafts and activities are perfect for you! From cat learning activities to cat crafts for all skill levels, your cat lover will have so much fun giving these a try.
Cat Themed Activities
Cat lovers will have so much fun learning different skills with these cat activities for kids.
We love dice games! This cat dice game is played with one die. Use buttons, gems, blocks, or candies as game pieces. Roll the die. Cover the number that you rolled. If the number you rolled is already covered, roll again. When all of the numbers are covered, you win! This game is great for counting and number recognition.
Download the Cat Dice Game (using one die).
This cat game uses two dice and game pieces. Use buttons, candies, or blocks as game pieces. Roll two dice. Cover the number that you rolled. When all of the numbers are covered, you win! This is a great time to teach the strategy of “counting on”. Show your child or students how to say the number aloud on one die and then continue counting on the next die.
Download the 2 Dice Cat Dice Game
This cat and yarn dice game is a fun way to introducing the concept of subtraction. I use pieces of fleece cut into circles or something circular like pom poms. I cover each ball of yarn with one.
Roll one die. Then, take away that many balls of yarn from the cat. When all of the cat’s yarn is gone, you win! You can also play the other way where you are rolling and give the cat balls of yarn.
Download the Cat and Yarn Dice Game
Conserva Mom made this free printable Feed the Cat Game. Count the fish and feed the cat. This can be a counting game or listening game. Both are great for young learners.
Simple Fun for Kids has these awesome 10 frame count and clip cards with a cat theme. You do have to give your email for the freebie.
This cat and mouse game from Uplifting Mayhem is so awesome and fun for kids of all ages. You have everything you need to get started and play today.
Free Preschool Printables has a free cat color matching printable that is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.
Sunny Day Family has a Cat Memory Game to print and play.
Your Therapy Source has this free printable cat whiskers activity. This is a great activity for fine motor skills and perfect for cat lovers.
Try this cat shape tracing activity from Totschooling. Laminate the page and use a dry erase marker to trace the shapes over and over again.
Match the cat to its ball of yarn in this Cat Alphabet Matching from ABCs of Literacy. It works on capital letters and lowercase letters.
Cat Themed Crafts
These cute cat crafts are perfect for cat fans! Crafts are a fun way to strengthen fine motor skills.
If you like paper crafts, Easy Peasy and Fun has an adorable black cat craft (you can use different colors) to try. Use black cardstock paper or construction paper.
I Heart Crafty Things shares an adorable paper plate cat craft. Make as many paper plate cats as you can to make a whole family.
Arty Crafty Kids makes a cool cat art with newspaper and construction paper. This would be a great craft to try after reading Pete the Cat.
I love handprint crafts. Kids Activities Blog shows you how to make an easy cat craft with black paint and googly eyes.
Glued to My Crafts Blog made this great craft with a few simple materials. With a circle shape for a mouth and triangle ears on black paper and then lines drawn from chalk to make the rest of the cat’s head. This simple craft is perfect for little kids as they practice drawing lines with chalk. Each cat will look different.
Kids Crafts made cats out of a cardboard tube and strips of paper for the belly. I love how they made a whole cat family.
Creating Creatives made cat masks out of paper plates. Each mask is unique and creative.
Crafty Morning created a craft stick cat. Young children may need help cutting the craft sticks in half.
Simple Everyday Mom made cat paper bag puppets. These are great for language development. Use card stock, a glue stick, and the free template to create your own puppet with a cat shape.
What Can We Do with Paper and Glue made these DIY cat ears using paper strips. So awesome!
Kids Craft Room made a black cat paper plate craft with moving eyes. Use acrylic paint, and white pipe cleaners to get started. A craft with moving parts will inspire kids to add moving parts to different creations.
Left Brain Craft Brain shows you how to make pom pom cats. These are adorable!
I Heart Arts n Crafts painted a cat face with plastic forks. The fork painting gives it texture.
Tot School Resources made a tissue paper cat. This is a fun craft that strengthens the pincer grasp as young children pick up the pieces of tissue paper.
The Inspiration Edit made a paper fan cat. If kids don’t know how to fold a paper fan yet, this is a great opportunity!
Activities for Kids made clothes pin animals for the fridge, including a clothes pin cat.