You could emphasize the loss of first-hand access to our nation’s history for those children and how seeing, for example, the original Constitution can foster patriotism.
As you read this, you may think of counter reasons to this line of reasoning; that’s good if you do.
If you’re writing a body paragraph, it isn’t necessary to have a final summary or clincher statement.
In general, what you need is to be able to transition to your next point at the end of each body paragraph.
But, this doesn’t give you permission to have no organization.
Organizing your writing will help the reader understand your writing and help you write quicker and with more clarity.
You can get a better idea of how to organize from tips three and four.
For example, you might argue that it’s a reasonable policy for visitors to the nation’s museums in Washington, D. Your topic sentence might suggest that by having to pay, people will place greater value on their visit (i.e. Going back to the paid-entry to national museums in Washington example: you might talk about how families visiting for a long weekend from faraway might not come if they had to pay for two adults and several children at three museums.
The goal is to have a substantive and well-supported piece of writing.
Dressing up a piece that doesn’t have the basics in place will add literally, not figuratively, no benefit.