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THE ULTIMATEHUNGER GAMES TRILOGY

EVENT PLANNER

THE ULTIMATEHUNGER GAMES TRILOGY

EVENT PLANNER

The ULTIMATe Hunger games

TrILogy eVeNT PLANNerDear Hunger games fans,

To celebrate the paperback release of The Hunger Games on July 6, 2010

and the upcoming release of Mockingjay, the thrilling finale to the Hunger

Games trilogy, on August 24, 2010, we’ve put together this kit, filled with

planning tips, helpful reproducibles, and cool activities—everything you

need to host a winning Hunger Games event for fans of all ages.

THis CD inCluDes:

reproducible A: Hunger Games Event Invitation

reproducible B: Mockingjay Event Invitation

reproducible C: Hunger Games Store Event Sign

reproducible D: Mockingjay Store Event Sign

reproducible e: “In the Arena” Crossword Puzzle

reproducible F: Word Hunt

reproducible g: The Hunger Games Trivia Challenge

reproducible h: Answer Key

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How To Have a winning evenTPromote the event by advertising in your store newsletter and on your website.

After filling in the required information, copy the invitation reproducible A or B. Hand out these invitations, keep them next to the register, and/or send them to people on your mailing list.

Use the Store Event Sign reproducible C or D in addition to the invitation. Hang it next to the register or in your store window.

leT THe games Begin!Print up a supply of the activity sheets and answer keys (reproducibles e–g) and make sure to have enough pencils or pens on hand. Activities include:

“in THe arena” CrossworD PuzzleUse reproducible e to challenge your guests on how well they remember the people, places, and things from the Hunger Games arena.

worD HunTUsing reproducible F, see how fast guests can find all the words in the puzzle.

THe Hunger games Trivia CHallengeFans can test how much they remember about the first two books by taking the trivia challenge on reproducible g. You can even have the guests play as teams by dividing them into the 12 Districts.

THe final CHaPTerBefore the Mockingjay release date, discuss with fans what they predict will happen at the end of the book.

After everyone has read Mockingjay, discuss the book as a group. Encourage fans to debate what happens at the end. Is this what they expected? If they could write an alternate ending, what would it be?

leT THegames Begin!

You’re Invitedto a Special

Hunger games Event

Suzanne Collins’ bestselling book

is now available in paperback!

Join us for a special Hunger

Games event, filled with games,

giveaways, and more.

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leT THegames Begin!

You’re Invitedto a Special

mockingjay Event

the thrilling finale to the Hunger Games

trilogy from Suzanne Collins, will be

available August 24, 2010! Join us for

a special Mockingjay event, filled

with games, giveaways, and more.

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you’re inviTeD To a sPeCialHunger games evenT

We’re celebrating Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy. Join us for a special event filled with games, giveaways, and more!

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you’re inviTeD To a sPeCial

moCkingjay evenT

We’re celebrating Mockingjay, the thrilling finale to Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy. Join us for a special event filled with games, giveaways, and more!

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“in THe arena”CrossworD Puzzle

How well do you remember Katniss’s time in the Hunger Games arena?Find out by taking this crossword challenge!

DoWN1. Killer wasps bred by the Capitol (2 words)2. Katniss thinks she hears Prim screaming, but it’s a _________3. The most useful supplies are closest to the ______________4. Picks up the bodies of the tributes5. Helps Katniss see in the dark6. Delivers gifts from sponsors7. One of the things Katniss grabs from the supply

pile in The Hunger Games 8. In The Hunger Games, Katniss’s enemies

protect their supplies with ______ ______ (2 words)

9. Name of the poisonous berries Katniss and Peeta threaten to eat

ACroSS10. This tribute died by eating the answer to 9 down11. The two tributes from District 11 are Rue

and ___________12. The arena in Catching Fire is actually

a __________13. Following Rue’s death, District 11 sends

Katniss ______14. The Hunger Games announcer (2 words) 15. Tributes who have been trained before they reach

the Capitol 16. Waiting area beneath the arena (2 words)17. This tribute’s weapon of choice is a wire18. Announces a tribute’s death

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worD HunTEveryone knows Katniss is an excellent hunter. Now you can test your

own skills by hunting for the words hidden in this puzzle. Words can go across, forwards, backwards, up, down, and diagonally.

REAPINGCAPITOLCINNATRIBUTEFINNICK

HAYMITCHGAMEMAKERSPEACEKEEPERBUTTERCUPDISTRICT

PEETAMOCKINGJAYMUTTATIONWIRESSFLAVIUS

OCTAVIAUPRISINGARENATESSERAEJOHANNA

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THe Hunger games Trivia CHallengeThink you know everything there is to know about The Hunger Games and Catching Fire?

Then try your hand at the trivia questions and see how many questions you can answer without help. And may the odds be ever in your favor….

1. How many Hunger Games victors did District 12 have before Katniss and Peeta?

2. What’s the benefit of signing up for a tessera?

3. How many times would an 18-year-old’s name be entered into the reaping if he or she didn’t have any tesserae?

4. What is Gale’s nickname for Katniss?

5. Who gave Katniss her mockingjay pin?

6. The mockingjay was created by the mating of which two birds?

7. Every 25 years, there’s a special Hunger Games. What’s it called?

8. When Katniss got back from her first Hunger Games, she had to pretend that Gale was her what?

9. Which Gamemaker was executed for letting both Katniss and Peeta win?

10. Where do the Hunger Games winners get to live?

11. When Katniss blows up the Careers’ food supply, what does she lose?

12. What is an Avox unable to do?

13. What does Head Gamemaker Plutarch Heavensbee have on his watch?

14. What is District 12’s special wedding ritual called?

15. How was Katniss’s father killed?

16. Katniss notes that President Snow smells like what two things?

17. In Catching Fire, what does the new Head Peacekeeper do to the Hob?

18. In The Hunger Games, whom does Katniss look at during her first interview with Caesar Flickerman?

19. What is the nickname of Katniss’s part of District 12?

20. Victors are supposed to have a talent. In Catching Fire, what does Katniss claim hers is?

21. What did Katniss find out about on the Mayor’s television?

22. Who saves Peeta’s life after he hits a force field?

23. Who from District 12 is turned into an Avox?

24. What’s the former name of the mountain range where the Capitol is now located?

25. What is the first gift Katniss receives during the Hunger Games?

26. Who is in the trees with Katniss during the games?

27. What district was Thresh from?

28. What does Katniss’s music teacher call the song she sings to Rue?

29. What does the bread from District 11 look like?

30. What kills Foxface?

31. What product does District 8 produce?

32. What product does District 4 produce?

33. What product does District 3 produce?

34. What place has Katniss never wanted to share with anyone but her father?

35. What does Katniss thank District 11 for?

36. How did Maysilee die?

37. How did Haymitch kill the girl from District 1?

38. Who introduces Katniss to Mags?

39. What can Mags make?

40. Who does Katniss hang in effigy?

41. What does Peeta paint for the gamemakers?

42. What instrument does Haymitch send as a gift?

43. Why does Wiress keep saying “tick tock”?

44. What proves an antidote to the toxic fog?

45. How does Katniss know when there’s a force field?

46. What lie does Katniss tell to explain her ability to see the force field?

47. Who made sure there was a wire among the weapons?

48. Why does Johanna stab Katniss in the arm?

49. What three players were picked up by the Capitol after the Quell?

50. At what age can people start working in the mines?

51. How does the age at which people start working make life different for District 12 children as opposed to children in other districts?

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1. Two2. A year’s supply of grain and oil

for one person3. Seven times4. Catnip5. Madge, the mayor’s daughter6. A mockingbird and a jabberjay7. The Quarter Quell8. Cousin9. Seneca Crane10. Victor’s Village11. Her hearing in one ear12. Speak13. A mockingjay14. Toasting15. Mine explosion16. Blood and roses17. Burns it down

18. Cinna19. The Seam20. Designing clothes21. An uprising in District 822. Finnick Odair23. Darius, the Peacekeeper24. The Rockies25. Medicine for her burns26. Rue27. District 1128. A mountain air29. Dark ration grain shaped like

a crescent30. Nightlock berries31. Textiles32. Seafood33. Electronic gadgets34. The lake35. Their children and their bread36. Birds skewer her in the neck.37. He lets her ax fly back from the

force field and hit her in the head.

38. Finnick39. Fish hooks40. Seneca Crane41. Rue, lying dead surrounded

by flowers42. A spile, which collects water

from trees43. The arena is arranged like a clock.44. The saltwater45. She can see the square where there’s

a chink in the force field.46. She says she can hear it because of

the way they fixed her ear after her first Hunger Games.

47. Plutarch Heavensbee48. To dig out her tracker49. Peeta, Johanna, and Enobaria50. 1851. Children in other districts learn

their trades from a young age, so they go to the games with skills already developed.

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