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Worksheets don't grow dendrites!  An interesting read...

Don’t Box Me In: More Thoughts on Worksheets & Graphic Organizers

Alice stuck in the White Rabbit's house. Original illustrations from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, drawn by John Tenniel.

My name is Ellen, and I have Alice in Wonderland Syndrome.  No, that doesn’t mean I’m trapped in an insane world of Mad Hatters and grinning cats. Or that I’m friends with a white rabbit.  It just means that now and again, parts of my body grow either very large or very small. I’m a giant who’s too big for my bed. Or a tiny person whose clothes are hanging off.  At least, it feels that way.

What it's like to have Alice in Wonderland Syndrome

My name is Ellen, and I have Alice in Wonderland Syndrome. No, that doesn’t mean I’m trapped in an insane world of Mad Hatters and grinning cats. Or that I’m friends with a white rabbit. It just means that now and again, parts of my body grow either very large or very small. I’m a giant who’s too big for my bed. Or a tiny person whose clothes are hanging off. At least, it feels that way.

Golden bee 2014

2015 In did somthing different from school. for me to design a poster or draw everyday.And,i am trying to improve my hand drawing ski.

My Legs Are Growing: Living with Alice in Wonderland Syndrome | Broadly

My Legs Are Growing: Living with Alice in Wonderland Syndrome

When the walls start shrinking in on me, I know I'm not on a bad trip—it's just another episode of my mysterious brain condition.

Article: Violence is Best Addressed with Violence: The Alice in Wonderland Syndrome. | OpEdNews

Article: Violence is Best Addressed with Violence: The Alice in Wonderland Syndrome. - Freaky characters dominate our political scene. The abnormal is beginning to seem normal, when the best way to deal with violence is more violence.

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I Had Alice in Wonderland Syndrome - NYTimes.com

A daughter’s admission that during a bad headache things around her looked smaller led to a discovery of a rare syndrome in one family.

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