Host this fun Alice in Wonderland Quiz in your residential Aged Care home. It could be fun to host on the 4th of July (Alice in Wonderland Day) or the 6th of October (National Mad Hatter Day) or any day of the week when quiz time permits.
Seniors in care will love this quiz and it will give everybody a chance to test their knowledge on this fun childhood movie. It’s a great opportunity to reminisce and encourage some fun discussion and socialization between friends. You may even want to show the movie sometime later that day.
How does Alice get to Wonderland? (A) She falls down a rabbit hole.
What animal does Alice follow into Wonderland? (A) Rabbit.
What color is the rabbit Alice follows? (A) White.
What does the rabbit keep checking and looking at? Pocket watch.
What is the white rabbit’s favorite saying? (A) “I’m late, I’m late, I’m late.”
Who wrote the story “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”? (A) Lewis Carroll.
What color is the dress that Alice wears? (A) Blue and white.
What animal told Alice, “We’re all mad here”? (A) Cat.
Where was the cat from? (A) Cheshire.
What was the last part of the cat’s body to disappear? (A) Smile (Grin).
What is Tweedle Dee’s brother’s name? (A) Tweedle Dum.
What was written on the potion bottle that Alice drank out of? (A) “Drink Me.”
What happens to Alice when she drinks the potion? (A) She shrinks.
What is the Queen known as, The Queen of? (A) Hearts.
The Queen of Hearts shouts out, off? (A) “Off with their heads!”
What game does Alice play? (A) Croquet.
What does Alice use to play croquet? (A) Hedgehog Ball, A Flamingo Club.
What celebration were they having at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party that the Mad Hatter was hosting? (A) Unbirthday Party.
In the story “Alice in Wonderland,” the Hatter wears a hat with 10/6 written on it, what do the numbers refer to? (A) The price of the hat, 10 shillings and 6 pence.
The phrase “Mad as a Hatter” came from where? (A) It was said about some hat makers who used chemicals in a process to make hats, which was poisoning them and driving them insane. It wasn’t until 1941 that hat makers discovered what was causing them to act strangely.
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