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I have always loved watching Disney movies. I’ve seen them all. I even owned most of them on VHS at one point. Right now, my daughter is scouring Goodwill for old VHS copies for her little VCR TV.
Even though we’re pretty partial to the princesses, we have always loved Alice in Wonderland. It’s such a fabulously nonsensical story that makes us laugh.
Last year, I created some Alice in Wonderland printables, and today I wanted to share a few more I’ve found. In addition, I’ve discovered some unique Alice in Wonderland activities that are perfect for preschoolers!
Alice in Wonderland Printables
Alice in Wonderland Handwriting Bundle from Embark on the Journey
Alice in Wonderland Printable for Tots and Preschoolers from Homeschool Preschool
Alice in Wonderland Finger Puppets from Wild Olive
Alice in Wonderland Tots to Prep Pack from a Moment in Our World
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Lapbook from Walking by the Way
Alice in Wonderland Preschool Printables from Little Blog in the Country
Alice in Wonderland Pack from 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Alice in Wonderland Crafts and Activities
These Alice in Wonderland Card Soldiers from Red Ted Art make great storytelling props for kids to reenact their own Wonderland battles.
This post from DIY Inspired shares great ideas for an Alice in Wonderland birthday party.
The Chirping Moms shares ideas for hosting an Alice in Wonderland Tea Party.
If you’re into Bento boxes, you’ll love the Alice in Wonderland Bento Lunch that Eats Amazing put together.
Art Club Blog has another fun Queen of Hearts card project.
Enchanted Homeschooling Mom shares two fun Alice in Wonderland science experiments involving disappearing ink and color mixing.
Kids can make their own pocket watch just like the White Rabbit’s. Almost Unschoolers shows us how.
Toddler Approved shared a fun way to play a game of indoor croquet.
Feather-painted flamingos are the perfect craft to do if you’re reading Alice in Wonderland. Tippy Toe Crafts has a printable template to get you started.
If you’re hosting a tea party, check out this fun Mad Hatter’s Hat that your kids can make and wear.
Which of these Alice in Wonderland printables and activities will you try first?