Have students read and complete the vocabulary practice found in the handout. Next, students read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Chapter 4 “The Rabbit sends in a Little Bill.” using the text below, the audio version, or printable found in the handout. Finally, students complete the comprehension exercises.
Where should I begin?
Begin by downloading this FREE resource from Teachers Pay Teachers. This packet contains the materials you will need to turn the weekly blog posts into a full book unit.
Chapter 4 The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill Summary
Alice runs into the White Rabbit who sends her on an errand to his home. Once inside the White Rabbit’s house, Alice becomes enormous by drinking from a little bottle. She grows and grows until she gets stuck inside the house. Alice is so large one of her feet ends up in the chimney. She accidentally kicks Bill, the lizard, out of the way when he is ordered by the White Rabbit to climb down the chimney to investigate. A gathering crowd begins to throw stones at Alice. These stones turn to cake. Alice eventually escapes by eating these stone-turned cake pieces and shrinking once more.
Chapter 4 The Rabbit Sends in a Little Bill Comprehension
The download includes two printables. The first is a short answer/multiple choice page. The second is a constructed response question with a graphic organizer for planning. Both comprehension exercises include full-page answer keys.
Download Chapter 4 here.
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