Friday, March 23, 2012

Hunger Games and a Freebie!

Hey yall! Happy Friday!

This is just going to be a quick post, because I am b.e.a.t!

Today after work, my teamie and I went to the 4:50 showing of The Hunger Games. It was awesome! Definitely lived up to my expectations, if not exceeded them! If you read the books, you have to go see this movie!!! I am curious to know if people that haven't read the books will love it as much. I can see such significance in certain things, and I'm just not sure that you would get it if you haven't read the book, ya know?

I just wanted to share this quick little freebie for yall. I just could not get my act together with copies this week, so I had to throw this together on the fly to have something for reading centers on Monday. We are going to be working on inflectional endings -s, -ed, and -ing. Hope you can use!

Click on the picture to download :)

That's it for me! Pretty sure that's a record for shortest post ever for me!


  1. I'm nervous about seeing the movies. The Twilight movies messed with the vision of Edward in my head. :)

    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

  2. I agree with Tammy--- in the book, Edward was painted as the *gorgeous* man, and then I was so disappointed in their movie pick!!

    But Natalie, do you recommend that I read the book before I see the movie??

    A Cupcake for the Teacher

  3. I haven't read the book. I'm torn... What should I do???

    First Grade Delight

  4. I went to see the movie today also, and it was totally awesome! I read the book first, and as usual, it does give more details and you understand more of the background story that the movie is unable to tell. I always like to read the book 1st, because afterwards I don't want to.

    The Daily Alphabet

  5. If you plan on reading it, do. It moves quickly, I finished it in one looonnngggg night. (It was a school don't tell.)Otherwise, watch the movie and then go read the second book. There is a lot more character development of the seemingly minor characters as you move through the other books.

    Tammy from Second Helpings

  6. I also teach first grade and am going to see Hunger Games with my daughter and teacher friends tomorrow. I am your newest follower!

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    First Class Teacher

  7. Thanks for the freebie! I'm also a first grade teacher and I'm having a giveaway with a freebie! Visit my blog to check it out! :)



  8. Thanks for the great freebie! I am looking forward to using this with the kids I am tutoring over the summer!


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