Science Stuff introduced me to Pinterest. At first, I didn't really understand why people were making a big deal over it. Now, I'm hooked. It's one of the first places I go to find visual examples for class. In addition, teachers are using it to share their resources and materials with one another. You can find tons of freebies, tips, helpful websites, and student/classroom examples.
Hunger Games Related BoardsCheck out fellow Hunger Games teacher Carla's Pinterest board of student projects here: The Hunger Games
Didn't her students do a fabulous job? The arena replicas are amazing. I love the attention to detail.
As I previously pointed out, you can find my Pinterest board for freebies here (and by clicking the button to the right): Hunger Games Freebies
I also have a board with links to any website or activity that I think would be helpful when teaching The Hunger Games. Some of the items are priced and some are just great websites you may find helpful: Teaching The Hunger Games
Classroom Pics is self-explanatory; you'll find my students' work and displays from my classroom.
Bookish News & Fun isn't solely related to The Hunger Games, but it's a great collaborative board started by Penelope from The Reading Fever. You'll find some great book-related sites and examples.
Do you have a Hunger Games-related board you'd like to share? If so, post it in the comments below.
Collaborative Teaching BoardsIf you are looking exclusively for resources for high school, check out High School Herd, which is a collaborative board created by Charity Preston of the Organized Classroom Blog. You'll find all subjects here.
Middle School Maestros is the middle-school collaborative board for resources in the middle/intermediate grades.
For language arts exclusive lessons/activities from TeachersPayTeachers, check out Victoria Leon's (from The Best of TeachersPayTeachers) collaborative board: TpT Language Arts
For FREE lessons from TeachersPayTeachers, here's the collaborative freebie board, also started by Victoria: TPT FREE Lessons
Victoria started the collaborative blogs for every subject area. You can find them all here: The Best of TpT
Pinterest is also great to get some creative ideas, like Picture Writing Prompts. Use these prompts for journaling and creative, persuasive, expository, and narrative writing practice.
The Creative Classroom by Teachers is pinned by teachers who love to inspire creativity in others.
Do you belong to any collaborative Hunger Games-, teaching-, book-, or education-related boards? If so, post a link in the comments below.