Where does the story start? What does Alice chase down the rabbit hole?
Where does the story start?
What does Alice chase down the rabbit hole?
How would you have felt if you kept falling for a very long time?
What does Alice wish she could shut up like?
Why did Alice decide to drink the liquid in the bottle?
What happened to Alice after she finished drinking?
What happened to Alice after she had eaten the cake?
How did Alice feel when she realized that she still couldn’t fit through the door? Why?
Find three adjectives that describe the rabbit.
Which child does Alice think she is? Why?
How does the mouse react to Alice?
What adjectives could be used to describe Alice’s personality?
What does ‘consultation’ mean?
Is it easy to understand what the mouse says? Why do you think this is?
What were given as prizes at the end of the race?
Why is the mouse’s tale set out differently on the page to the rest of the writing in the book?
Who is Dinah and why does Alice wish she was there?
How does Alice feel now?
Who the rabbit keep referring to?
Why does Alice drink the liquid in the bottle?
Would you have drunk it? Why?
How do the animals try to Alice out of the room?
Do you feel sorry for Alice? Why / why not?
Is this story easy to follow? Why / why not?
Has Alice made any friends in her adventures so far?
Find four adverbs in this chapter.
How tall is the caterpillar?
Why are there stars on the page whenever Alice eats/ drinks something?
What does the pigeon think Alice is? Why?
How could you describe the pigeon?
Why did Alice have to run back into the wood?
What did Alice see when she walked into the kitchen?
Why does the baby cry so much?
Do you like the Duchess? Why / why not?
Would you like to be in Wonderland? Why / why not?
What does Alice keep eating to make herself change size?
What are riddles?
What is different about the Hatter’s watch?
Have you ever been to a place where lots of things were new or confusing? If so, where?
Why do you think Alice finds Wonderland so confusing?
do you think is rudest
, the Hatter or Alice? Why?
What do you think will happen next?
Why are the roses painted red?
What are ‘courtiers?’
What phrase does the Queen keep saying?
What do they use instead of croquet sticks and balls?
Why can’t the Queen chop off the Cheshire cat’s head?
Does the Queen in this story remind you of anyone? Who?
Why is the Duchess so pleased to see Alice?
What’s a moral?
Why is nobody executed?
Why does this story contain so much speech? Think about what Alice thought about her sister’s book?
Do you like books with lots of conversations in them? Why / why not?
What is uglifying?
Does Alice remind you of anyone you know? Why / why not?
What is a Lobster Quadrille?
Why does Alice do whatever the Gryphon and Mock Turtle ask her?
Find five adverbs in this chapter.
Find five adjectives in this chapter.
Why has the author included so many descriptive words?
Why did Alice think that the King was the judge?
Why did Alice steal one of the juror’s pencils?
What does ‘suppressed’ mean?
How was the guinea pig suppressed?
Do you think people get suppressed in the same way?
do you think is most in charge
, the Queen or the King? Why?
How do you think this story will end?
What did you think of this story? Did you like it? Why/ why not? Would you recommend this book to anyone? If so, who?
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