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Map art. The Mississippi River seems eternal, but it changes over time. How much? You can see in a collection of colorful maps at Visual News. Cartographer Harold N. Fisk produced them in 1944, with different colors to show the past and current flow of the mighty Mississippi. Link -via the Presurfer

This is an incredible unit designed to compliment the reading of The Hunger Games!

Using The Hunger Games book to inspire a lesson about world hunger... what a wonderful connection!

Teaching The Hunger Games: Classroom Pictures & Examples (link to my Flickr album for classroom pictures, including Hunger Games projects).

Top 7 Tips for Teaching The Hunger Games

The odds will be ever in your favor if you teach The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. Need help? Try The Hunger Games Teaching Unit: Lessons Q Tests Activities Quiz Vocab and more... Best-selling unit on TpT. ($)

Do you have to defend your choice to teach The Hunger Games? My rationale... Hunger Games Lessons: Defense for Teaching The Hunger Games to Those Who Oppose It