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  • Jenny Horsley

    Lesson ideas

  • Tabitha Reed

    This is the reason I want to teach older grades!!! Yay!! Hunger Games Lesson Plans

  • Tracee Orman

    Hunger Games Lessons blog - articles and resources for teaching The Hunger Games trilogy and so much more!

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Are you getting ready for The Hunger Games Food Challenge at the Columbus Public Library? Come for the challenge, stay for the flick.

Have your students create their own "Hunger Games" magnetic poetry kit using printable magnetic sheets.

Got a few extra minutes? Ask your students one of these intriguing Would You Rather questions about the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. You ca...

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Have lots of pencils you need to store? Use the top of a blank CD/DVD cake box to store them. You can decorate it, too, if you want. The 100 count cake boxes are the perfect size for pencils (or rulers) and will hold a ton, neatly! Tip from www.hungergamesle...

Hunger Games Katniss' Song T-Shirt -- for teens and adults

Build higher-level vocabulary in your college-bound students with this bundle of vocab. lessons featuring words commonly used on the SAT. Each lesson, which takes about 15 minutes, goes deep into understanding denotation and connotation of five separate words and includes definition, synonym, antonym, and a sentence relevant to a teenage audience. Try this vocab. program that helps words really "stick" in teen brains.

Hunger Games Lessons: Hunger Games Tributes vs. Olympic Athletes - picture prompts. Which Olympic athlete would you compare to Finnick Odair? Michael Phelps? Ryan Lochte? How about James Magnussen? :)