Alice in Wonderland

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By Lizzy Courtney

Why not take your class on a fantastical adventure down the rabbit hole with Alice. Talking caterpillars. Bizarre animals. Mad hatters. Tea parties. Potions that make Alice grow to the size of a giant. Playing croquet with the Queen of Hearts. In Wonderland, nothing makes sense any more. But seriously – who needs normal?

Alice in Wonderland

Charles Lutwidge Dodgson

  • Use the information below to teach your class about Lewis Carroll as a significant individual from the past, and to place events in chronological order.

Carroll was born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson on 27 January 1832 in Cheshire, the fourth child of twelve. Charles was home educated until the age of twelve when he attended Richmond Grammar School followed by Rugby School. A talented pupil, he excelled throughout his education, particularly in the area of mathematics. After achieving a first in maths from Christ Church, Oxford, he stayed on to study and teach at the college, becoming ordained as a deacon in 1861.

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