Students brainstorm ideas about why they are thankful for their families. These ideas can be written out in a graphic organizer or listed on paper. They then take each piece of the hamburger and write out their paragraph on writing paper.
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Make sure your writers have the buns and the meat in their paragraph burgers with paragraph exercises. The resource gradually leads up to individuals writing their own paragraphs, starting with identification exercises, moving on to a...
4th - 7th English Language Arts CCSS: Adaptable
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