So Many Great Contests for The Hunger Games

From Scholastic.com

  As March 23rd nears, the excitement surrounding The Hunger Games continues to build. And this is especially great for teachers and students.
  Because this is a popular young-adult novel published by Scholastic Books, it's safe to say that the publishers would be especially supportive of teachers. But the latest contests, websites, and marketing has been beyond my wildest dreams. It truly is a great time to share The Hunger Games with your students. Here's a list of the latest contests:

  Scholastic's Book Clubs is sponsoring two great contests right now:
  TAB/TRC Dystopian Writing Contest - Students write a dystopian short story for a chance to win a trip to "The Hunger Games" movie premiere. {Contest Rules}
  Hunger Games Skype Sweepstakes - Teachers can win a chance to Skype with one of the members of the cast of "The Hunger Games" movie, along with a classroom set of The Hunger Games trilogy books, Mockingjay pin, and web cam. {Contest Rules}

  Down With the Capitol is sponsoring a great writing contest for your students:
  Tribute Survival Guide Fan Fiction Contest - Inspired by Josh Hutcherson's call to fans to plan out how they would survive if reaped in the Games, our friends at DWTC created a 500-word writing challenge to explain your strategy and survival plan. The winner receives a copy of The Hunger Games Tribute Guide. {Contest Rules}

  Teen Vogue is sponsoring a giveaway for a trip for two to "The Hunger Games" movie premiere. {Details via DWTC and Official Rules}
Image from Hunger Games DWTC

  MovieWeb.com is giving away a free The Hunger Games book and poster to fans who like their post and leave a comment on the page.

Share these contests with your students (and make sure to enter the teacher contest through Scholastic if you teach grades 6-12) to generate your own classroom excitement for the novel.

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