Here's a fun way to review cause and effect. Introduce "cause and effect" by having your students read about the invention of the popsicle! Practice with the other worksheets included. Then use the matching game in your literacy centers, for early finishers or any other time you need an engaging way to review this concept.
• 48 cause and effect cards (24 “cause” cards and 24 “effect” cards) plus Answer Keys for students
• A brief explanation with an example
• Worksheet for students to write out the sentences using a linking word. (This accompanies the matching game.)
• 4 More Worksheets to Practice Cause and Effect including:
- Cause and Effect: The Invention of the Popsicle (Can be used to introduce the concept of cause and effect)
- Cause and Effect: Matching
- Read the cause and write the effect. (independent practice)
- Read the effect and write the cause. (independent practice)
•Laminate cards to use year after year.
•Print cards in color to make 2 games of 24 cards each or print in black and white for a larger game of 48 cards. Be sure to cut and laminate the category heading: “Cause” and “Effect”.
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