Print this book report for the kids to use when they have finished reading the Alice in Wonderland stories. It's a fun way to pull together their thoughts…
Alice in Wonderland Worksheets
We have a fun collection of Alice in Wonderland worksheets here, all of which are designed to add to your child's enjoyment of the stories rather than be a chore! Have a go at our character studies, print out our story paper, or grab the colouring pencils and see what you can make of the picture gallery!
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.
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?
This Alice story paper comes in both black-and-white and colour, and is a fun way to encourage children to talk about Alice's character or to retell the story in their own words. You could also use it to copy out some of Alice's words.
Thje soldiers in Alice in Wonderland come from a pack of cards - curioser and curioser! Use our card soldier story paper for copywork, writing out and retelling parts of the story, or capturing favourite quotes.
Kids can use our story paper to write about the croquet game in Alice in Wonderland. There's plenty to prompt them in the colouring page!
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!
"Either the well was very deep, or she fell very slowly, for she had plenty of time as she went down to look about her and to wonder what was going to happen next.
Our Mad Hatter story paper can be used for copy work, retelling the Alice in Wonderland story or for writing about the Mad Hatter himself.
Our illustration of the chaotic Mad Hatter's Tea Party serves as a writing prompt for the kids on our printable story paper, which comes in two versions. Use it for copywork or for rewriting the story. And of course you can colour in the picture afterwards…
Use this story paper to write about the Queen of Hearts, to copy some of her words from the book, or to retell her part in the Alice in Wonderland story.
What do you think makes the White Rabbit tick? Apart from his clock, that is! Use this White Rabbit character study to find out.