There is an extraordinary potion in a bottle in the Alice in Wonderland stories, which has a very strange effect on Alice. The bottle's label clearly says "Drink Me" – but your kids can design their own version with this doodle page.
Alice in Wonderland Printables
If you are reading Alice in Wonderland, you might enjoy our collection of Alice in Wonderland principles… Explore below!
Kids can use this fun picture gallery printable to draw own version of the characters from the Alice in Wonderland stories. Which characters will they choose?
There is no mistaking the girl in this Alice poster! A blue dress, a white penny, and a hairband (which even became known as an Alice band when the stories and illustrations became popular) are all clues.
This is a superset of printable bookmarks from the movie, Alice Through the Looking Glass. Print, cut out and fold in half so that you get a double sided bookmark.
Here's a poster of a card soldier from the Alice in Wonderland stories, standing proudly to attention! And of course he is, because otherwise the Queen of Hearts might chop off his head!
What sort of tea cup would you want to drink from at the Mad Hatter's tea party? Kids can use this doodle page to draw their own design and colour it in. I suggest a little crazy and definitely colourful would be best!
Possibly one of the best poems to read aloud with the kids - and certainly one of my favourites - is Jabberwocky, from Alice through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll. Here is a printable version of the poem so that you can all enjoy it together!
Learn to draw Alice, from Alice in Wonderland, by following along with our step by step drawing instructions. It's simple once you know how!
Did you know that hat makers often were a bit mad because of the chemicals they used when making hats? Here is a poster of the Mad Hatter from the Alice in Wonderland stories – part of a series of our illustrations of all the main characters.
I think many children find the Queen of Hearts from the Alice in Wonderland stories rather scary - and the Queen in this poster is certainly a little intimidating! It is one of a set of posters using our Alice illustrations.