I love to play games in my classroom! This is a GREAT game to use no matter what subject you are teaching or concept you want to review.
In this Build a Hamburger game packet, you will find:
-Directions and examples of ways to play the game
-Game Pieces with two printing options (one in color for printing on a colored printer or black and white to copy on construction paper)
I hope your students enjoy this game! Please leave your comments and feedback. I would love to hear from you. Also, follow me to receive notifications about my other TPT products, freebies, and sales.
I found sandwich parts coasters at the dollar store a while ago. They were so cute I bought a few (they were only a dollar) because I knew I could use them for 'something'...Thank you for the adorable idea! I am also going to make yours for another version.
March 29, 2013
I think this game is great for any age. I know I plan to use it with my sixth-grade students!
March 25, 2013
Great resource as usual, Nicole! I'm going to use this so much with my students with their writing, spelling words, & multiplication/division flash cards. MANY THANKS!
Mary Beth Reiman
Cute cute cute! Vegetarian option--going to say it's a veggie burger for kids who don't eat meat. I also see these potentially as flash cards or maybe a way to summarize a topic, in which kids copy words/ideas onto white copies of burger to illustrate total idea.
March 3, 2013
Looks great! I can't wait to make it and review concepts with my kids! Thanks
February 26, 2013
February 23, 2013
Love resources that are a fit-for-all..thanks
February 12, 2013
Excellent resource for teaching a wide variety of concepts. The students LOVE it!
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This was the greatest thing I've ever done. I let my kids bring a soda when we do this and my PTO gave me some free kids meal coupons to the children who were able to build their burgers quickly. My favorite product to date.
Oh, you are SO sweet for leaving a sweet comment! Thank you so much for sharing! My kids LOVE the hamburger game! :)
August 28, 2012
how would you play this game with the class? I am having a hard time seeing it with whole group as it would take great time and i would see it hard to differentiate. Small group with me I can easily see. If I used it for groups (whole group) it might work for each table to try to build the hamburger. I would appreciate a little clarification. It might just be my summer brain not fully functioning.
There may be other ways to play this whole group, but this is how I play it whole group. I divide the class up into teams. I take turns asking each team questions, if the team answers the question correctly, then they can add a piece of the hamburger to the plate. The first group to complete the whole hamburger wins. I hope this helps.
Hi! This is not a question but a suggestion. I noticed on your hamburger review freebie that you don't have your name and TpT store on the bottom of every page. I think you should add that information right away so that when people make copies and give them to their teacher friends, people will know that this is your work. Most people probably won't print the cover or back page so they will soon forget who had the great idea! Just a tip from a fellow seller!
Thanks so much! I will do that now. Honestly, that has been in my store for quite some time. I have learned a lot since I started in October. :)
Again, thank you and I appreciate you taking the time to send the suggestion. I am also very honored that you actually checked my products.
April 19, 2012
Nicole, I'm wondering if you would be able to fit more pieces on each black&white page, with less white space between. Less photocopying, yay! I absolutely LOVE your activity, and will be using it asap. A fabulous idea. Thanks! - Sherry
I will try to work on that soon. Currently, my laptop is in the shop for repairs and my loaner one does not have all the programs that I use to make my TPT products. Glad you like the activity. :)