Have students read and complete the vocabulary practice found in the handout. Next, students read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Chapter 6 “Pig and Pepper.” using the text below, the audio version, or printable found in the handout. Finally, students complete the comprehension exercises.
Where should I begin?
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Chapter 6 Pig and Pepper Summary
Alice finds the Fish Footman who is delivering an invitation to the Frog Footman for the Duchess. The invitation is from the Queen inviting the Duchess to her croquet game. Alice enters the home where she finds the Duchess holding a baby and the Duchess’s cook pouring tons of pepper into the soup.
Alice leaves with the baby which she soon discovers is really a pig. Outside the house, Alice meets a Cheshire–Cat. The Cat tells her that everyone in Wonderland is mad. He gives her directions to the March Hare’s home and the Mad-Hatter’s home. Alice decides to visit the March Hare.
Chapter 6 Pig and Pepper Comprehension
The download includes three printables. The first is a short answer/multiple choice page. The second is the poem “Speak Gently” with guided questions for student understanding. The third is a constructed response question with a graphic organizer for planning an answer. All exercises include full-page answer keys.
Download Wonderland Chapter 6 here.
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