The Hamburger Graphic Organizer, the most succulent of all printable concept maps for students and teachers. I know you’ve been waiting for a printable hamburger paragraph graphic organizer created by an artist who actually took the time to draw a quality illustration of a hamburger. No lame photos or poor doodles here! Only 100% FDA approved top notch drawing, delivered free to your virtual doorstep via the power of the internet and the wonderful opportunities provided by sponsors, advertising, and Google SEO. And now, lo and behold, it has arrived! In vibrant technicolor, below you will find two exquisite hamburger graphic organizers, along with their old-fashioned black and white counterparts ( For all you stingy color ink misers/coloring page fanatics. You know who you are.)
With these hamburger paragraph templates, you can teach your kids the main ingredients of a solid paragraph. Start with the top bun, representing the topic sentence. The topic sentence explains what the entire paragraph is about. Then move on to the juicy supporting sentences/details: The tomatoes, onions, ketchup, mustard, bacon, and beef (100% grass-fed) patty. Finally, complete the paragraph with a bottom bun, aka conclusion sentence, relating back to the topic sentence.
Now, before your children start writing their paragraphs, be sure to explain the importance of relating information and connecting ideas. Without logical structure, a paragraph simply doesn’t – hey, look, a butterfly. I wonder how George Washington managed to fight the British and invent peanut butter at the same time. I think my scuba gear will arrive in the mail today. Since nothing else is made in America anymore, why should the President be?
Printable Hamburger Graphic Organizers
Printable Hamburger Paragraph Templates
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