Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Chapter 07

Alice's Adventure in Wonderland - Chapter 7

Have students read and complete the vocabulary practice found in the handout. Next, students read Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland Chapter 7 “A Mad Tea-Party” 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 7 A Mad Tea-Party Summary

The March Hare is having a tea party with the Mad-Hatter and the Dormouse. Alice briefly joins the tea party. During tea, Alice attempts to answer riddles that have no answers. The Mad Hatter spins a yarn about three sisters who live in a treacle well. Mad Hatter asks the March Hare the time. When he discovers that the March Hare’s watch, which measures the day of the month, is broken, the Mad Hatter becomes angry. Alice soon grows tired of their rudeness and leaves saying that it is the stupidest tea-party she had ever been to.

Chapter 7 A Mad Tea-Party Comprehension

The download includes three printables. The first is a short answer/multiple choice page with a full-page answer key. The second contains the parody and original poem “The Star” plus other discussion pieces from the chapter. The third is a constructed response question acrostic for summarizing the chapter.

Download Chapter 7 here.

Sample Pages of Free Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Book Unit Chapter 7 A Mad Tea-Party

FREE Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Book Unit


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