Cause and Effect Memory Game - Has 2 sets of playing cards, directions for students, and directions for teachers for creating the game. I use this as a center game. The directions I have included are for playing "memory" -all cards face down and make matches. However, I have also had kids play it by mixing up all the cards and spreading them out face up, and then making matches. It depends on how much time you have for the center. It takes quite a bit longer to play "memory". My lower level learners usually play matching and my higher kids play memory. One set of cards has the effect as the first part of the complete sentence, while the other set has the cause as the first part of the sentence.
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