Alice in Wonderland Printables

Do your preschoolers love Alice in Wonderland? If so, they’re going to go mad for these Alice in Wonderland printables!

Alice in Wonderland Day is the first Saturday in July – the day Lewis Carroll first told the story to Alice Liddell.

Celebrate this special day by doing something silly, wearing a crazy hat, and completing one or more of these Alice in Wonderland printables with your preschoolers.

My daughter has loved Alice and all her wacky Wonderland friends since she was little. She loves the White Rabbit and the Mad Hatter.

I hope your tots and preschoolers enjoy learning with their favorite Alice in Wonderland characters adorning each activity page.

These Alice in Wonderland-themed free preschool printables are perfect for kids ages 4-7.

There are activity pages that help kids practice counting to ten, ordering numbers to ten, beginning sounds, and more.

Alice in Wonderland Printables

Because these worksheets are {mostly} print-and-go, they are perfect for busy moms and homeschool co-op teachers. There is virtually no prep work involved.

Young learners will love working on a variety of math and literacy skills this fall as they practice cutting and pasting, using dot markers, and more.


To get started, gather the materials you’ll need to prepare the activity. I suggest the following:

  • printer
  • printer paper
  • scissors or paper cutter
  • pencils or crayons

Now that you have all of your supplies, let’s get started with the prep work.

  • First, scroll to the very bottom of this post and enter your email address to request the file.
  • Save the file to your computer.
  • Open and print the worksheets making as many as you need for your students.
  • Laminate the puzzles before cutting them apart.

That’s it! Now, you’re all set to use this activity with your preschoolers.

What’s Included?

Four-Part Puzzles – Print and laminate these pages. Cut apart the puzzle pieces, and have children reassemble the puzzles.

Alphabet Cards – Print and laminate these pages. Cut apart the alphabet cards. Have kids match uppercase and lowercase letters to complete the sets.

Alphabet Mazes – Trace a path from A to Z. There is an uppercase maze and a lowercase maze.

Handwriting Practice – Color the picture, and trace the name of the character.

Letter Hunt – Using a dot marker or crayon, identify the featured letter.

Counting Practice – Kids will follow the directions to mark a specific number of items and then trace the number.

Counting the Grid – Kids will count the objects in a grid, and then circle the correct number.

Graphing Practice – Children will roll the die, and color a square in the column of that character. Continue in this manner until one column reaches the top.

Number Puzzles – Print and laminate the pages. Cut apart the puzzle pieces. Have kids assemble the pieces in number order to complete the puzzles.

Number Maze – Preschoolers will trace a path from one to ten.

Alice in Wonderland Preschool Activities

Are you looking for more Alice in Wonderland crafts and activities to do with your kids?

We’ve gathered some of our favorites so you have plenty to choose from as you look for activities to supplement your upcoming lessons.

Alice in Wonderland Stories

Reading different versions of Alice in Wonderland to preschoolers is a great way to introduce them to the classic tale.

Reading aloud with your preschoolers is also an excellent way to foster their language skills, from pronunciation and phonics to word recognition and comprehension.

Not only will it be fun for your little ones, but they’ll learn valuable lessons along the way too!

Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland (Little Golden Books)Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: A Pop-up AdaptationAlice in Wonderland (Disney Alice in Wonderland) (Step into Reading)


Alice in Wonderland – Based on Walt Disney’s animated classic, this vintage Little Golden Book from 1951 retells the story of Alice’s wild adventures in Wonderland.

Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland: A Pop-Up Adaptation – This pop-up is sure to become an instant favorite—one that readers will return to admire again and again.

Alice in Wonderland – Girls and boys ages 4-6 can join Alice as she chases the White Rabbit into a topsy-turvy world in this Step into Reading adaptation of the beloved animated film Disney’s Alice in Wonderland.

Alice in Wonderland Crafts

Crafting is a great way to engage preschoolers in the beloved story of Alice in Wonderland. Not only does it give them a chance to explore their creative side, but crafting can also help reinforce concepts from the story and provide an opportunity for them to practice important fine motor skills.

Free Alice in Wonderland Printables

Adding Alice in Wonderland printables to your preschool curriculum is a great way to engage children’s imaginations and foster their language skills.

They are sure to be a hit with young readers!

Alice in Wonderland Activities

This adorable Alice in Wonderland alphabet poster will look amazing hanging in your playroom or learning space.

This printable Alice in Wonderland bingo game is perfect for playdates, birthday parties, and rainy afternoons.

Alice in Wonderland is a timeless classic that can be enjoyed by kids of all ages. Whether you’re reading stories, crafting characters, or playing games inspired by the beloved story, there are plenty of ways to engage your preschoolers and foster their learning while they have fun.

We hope these activities provide some inspiration for how you can bring Alice’s adventures into your classroom or home! If you need any additional help with finding resources related to this topic, please feel free to contact us.

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