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Into The WOODS – Teachers’ Material

POSTER
Make a poster to advertise the musical “INTO THE WOODS” First, think about using
language which persuades people to come and see the show. Second, think about what
will attract the attention of potential audience. Remember that the colours used in a
poster are very important.

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Into The WOODS – Teachers’ Material

WORD PICTURES
Can you find the right word for each picture?

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Into The WOODS – Teachers’ Material

WORD SEARCH
Search up, down, forward, backward and diagonally to find the hidden words
written below the grid.

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BAKER
CINDERELLA
GIANT
JACK
LITTLE RED RIDINGHOOD
RAPUNZEL
WITCH

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BAKER’S WIFE
CINDERELLA’S PRINCE
GRANDMOTHER
JACK’S MOTHER
MILKY-WHITE
RAPUNZEL’S PRINCE
WOLF

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THE STORY - For Young Learners
Put in a chronological order the various pieces that make up the plot of “Into the
Woods”.
1. The whole village is destroyed by a Giantess. She wants revenge for her
husband’s death at the hands of Jack.
2. Cinderella flees the Festival, pursued by a handsome prince. The next
morning, Jack wakes up and realises that a giant beanstalk has grown. He
climbs it and finds the castle of two married Giants.
3. The Baker and his Wife wish with all their heart for a child but a Witch placed
a curse on their family for revenge. They can break it only by bringing her four
ingredients for the Witch’s potion: "the cow as white as milk, the cape as red
as blood, the hair as yellow as corn, and the slipper as pure as gold".
4. The Baker’s Wife meets Cinderella running away from a Prince and she’s able
to take away the golden slippers from her.
5. The Baker’s Wife finds a tower in the woods where a beautiful girl with hair
“as yellow as corn” lives. She tricks Rapunzel to let down her hair and pulls
out a lock of it.
6. The Baker, Jack, Cinderella and Little Red Ridinghood kill the Giantess and live
as a family.
7. The Baker saves Little Red Ridinghood and her Grandmother, who had been
eaten by the Wolf, and the little girl gives him her red cape.
8. The Witch drinks the potion (made by four items) and the curse on the Baker’s
family is broken.
9. Little Red Ridinghood goes to take some bread to her Grandmother’s house
but she meets a hungry Wolf, who convinces her to take a detour on her way.
Meanwhile, the Baker’s Wife convinces Jack to sell his white cow to her for
five magical beans.
10. The Baker’s Wife and Jack’s Mother are killed by the Giantess.

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Into The WOODS – Teachers’ Material

THE STORY - For Intermediate & Advanced Students
Put in a chronological order the various pieces that make up the plot of “Into the
Woods”.
1. Little Red Ridinghood reaches her Grandmother’s house. The Wolf was
already there and, after devouring the granny, eats Little Red Ridinghood as
well. In pursuit of the red cape, the Baker slays the Wolf and saves the little
girl and her Grandmother. She rewards him by giving him her red cape.
2. Suddenly, a huge crash is heard and the Baker’s home caves in because of an
enormous footprint. For one reason or another all the characters start a new
journey into the woods.
3. The Baker’s Wife meets Cinderella in the woods. She helps her to escape from
the Prince, but she can’t take her golden slippers away.
4. The Baker, Jack, Cinderella and the Little Red Ridinghood kill the Giantess and
live as a family.
5. The next morning, Jack wakes up and realises that a giant beanstalk has grown
where his Mother threw the beans. He climbs it and finds the castle of two
married Giants and a lot of money.
6. The Baker and his Wife succeed in finding all the items so the Witch can break
the curse.
7. Cinderella and the Witch reveal that the Giant has destroyed the castle and
the village. The Giantess is the widow of the Giant that Jack killed. She wants
Jack's blood in revenge.
8. The Baker and his Wife can break the spell only by bringing four ingredients
that the Witch needs for a potion: "the cow as white as milk, the cape as red
as blood, the hair as yellow as corn, and the slipper as pure as gold," all within
the next three nights.
9. While Little Red is going to her Grandmother’s house, she meets a hungry
Wolf who chooses her as his prey.
10. The Baker’s Wife meets Cinderella again and she’s able to take away the
golden slippers from her.
11. The Baker and his Wife wish with all their heart for a child. But the Witch
from next door reveals that she placed a curse on their family. She explains

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Into The WOODS – Teachers’ Material
that she did it for revenge because the Baker’s father stole vegetables from
her garden many years ago.
12. The Baker’s Wife, Jack’s Mother and Little Red’s Grandmother stumble into
the path of the Giant and they are killed.
13. Eavesdropping a conversation between two princes, the Baker’s Wife
discovers a tall tower in which a girl with “hair as yellow as corn” lives.
Pretending to be her Prince, she tricks Rapunzel to let down her hair and cuts
off a lock of it.
14. The Baker and his Wife come across Jack and his “white as milk” cow and they
convince him to sell it to them for five magical beans.

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Into The WOODS – Teachers’ Material

CROSSWORD PUZZLE

Into The WOODS – Teachers’ Material

Follow the indication of the clues and write the words across and down!
ACROSS
2. To cave in
4. To run off
10. To move away from proper course
11. To find by chance
12. To feel a great sorrow especially at the death of someone
13. Responsibility for a failure
15. Trail
16. The stem of a bean plant
19. Fondness
20. Unmarried girl

DOWN
1. To give food to somebody
3. A drink having magic powers
5. An organized set of special events
6. Remote in space
7. Generous in spirit
8. A dirty or disorderly state
9. To strike a clock
14. A strong effort
17. To steel
18. Boy

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Into The WOODS – Teachers’ Material

WORD DEFINITION
Can you match each word with its definition?
1. Kingdom

A. Something not true

2. To laugh at

B. To follow in order to capture

3. Market

C. An area behind the house

4. To reverse

D. To say that somebody is responsible for something

5. Lie

E. A noisy argument

6. To heed

F. To make fun of someone

7. Advice

G. Having a child

8. Dolt

H. An opinion offered as a guide

9. To climb

I. To take revenge for something

10. To pursue

J. To become silent

11. Pregnant

K. A state having a king or queen as its head

12. To ponder

L. To struggle or deal

13. Row

M. A stupid person

14. To trample

N. To undo something

15. Backyard

O. To give careful attention to somebody

16. To avenge

P. To step heavily on with your feet

17. To fan out

Q. To spread out over the area

18. To hush

R. To think about something carefully

19. To blame

S. Someone who steals

20. Thief

T. A place where you can buy and sell goods

21. To cope

U. To go up to something

P 9


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