Hunger Games Lesson Plans, Printables & More
Hunger Games is a trilogy that’s a favorite of both kids and adults. As such, they are perfect to incorporate when teaching. With this in mind, here is a collection of fabulous Hunger Games resources!
First, a great place to begin your Hunger Games teaching journey is the official Scholastic site. This site contains information about the books, the author, games, book excerpts and much more!
Lesson Plans & Other Teaching Resources
First, lesson plans as well as games, assessments, and more to use Hunger Games to teach.
- From Scholastic: Lessons, Quizzes, Tests, Vocab
- Facebook Page Dedicated to the Trilogy
- Fabulous site with all things related to teaching the Trilogy, from lesson plans, downloads, activities and more!
- Wiki dedicated to the Trilogy
- Industry by City Interactive Map; great for research for creating
- Writing Techniques
- Jeopardy Game Online
- Great resource from The Learning Network – The Odds Ever in Your Favor: Ideas and Resources for Teaching ‘The Hunger Games’
- Hunger Games Lesson plans and teaching resources from Web English Teacher
- Lesson Plans from BookRags: Target Grade – 7th-12th (Middle School and High School)
- Unit Plan ($$)
- Resources from EduTech for Teachers
- Various videos, including interviews with the author, Suzanne Collins
- Literature Unit for Grades 5-8
Next, try using these Hunger Games webquests to engage your students or children.
- Webquest by Caitlin Shirley – Grades 6-8
- Hunger Games Webquest Wiki
- Webquest by Charee Nelson, DCIS: This
webquestwill give you an opportunity to experience the game using an interactive quiz. If your survival directly relates to your reading. The webquestwill also introduce you to the next two books in the series. Grades 6-12.
- Britta’s O’Connell’s WebQuest which is intended for students in 8th & 9th grade English.
- Inspiration and The Games by Suzanne Collins – A WebQuest for 9th Grade Reading/Writing Workshop
- Classroom Activities and Webquest with Quiz/
- Webquest/Curriculum Activities: The aim of this curriculum web is to teach a class of 7th or 8th graders the essential elements of a story. Through the exploration of story
elementsthey will analyze the many themes of the book, make personal connections with these themes and use higher order thinking skills to be able to synthesize what they have read to highlight and identify possible implications and repercussions of these themes.
- Propaganda Techniques Web Quest ($)
Additionally, use these printables to make teaching Hunger Games fun and exciting for all ages.
- Great Collection of Lesson Plans, Worksheets, Printables compiled by CURTCOOK
- Free Printable Bookmarks
- Lesson plans, Worksheets, and Handouts from history tech
- Trilogy Classroom Printable
- TONS of free printables for a buffet
- Free Party Printables
- Free Printables including Catching Fire Printables
- Coloring Pages
- Worksheets from ESL Printables
- Crossword Puzzle
- Online Crossword Puzzle
- Online Crossword Puzzle #2
- Edubakery – Word Search
- Word Search #2
- Edubakery – Word Scramble
- Word List
- Mockingjay Crossword
- Mockingjay Word Search
- Novel Puzzles, Mazes, Word Search ($)
Finally, use these fun crafts, games and more to enhance your classroom, party or more!
- 21 Craft Ideas
- Printable Bingo Cards
- Trivia Questions (Printable)
- Party and Activities
- Party Plan, part 1: Activities and games
- English Class Activities for “The Hunger Games”
- Novel Ideas for Teaching: Student Activities