Do you need to help your students understand cause and effect? It is an important skill; one that some children have difficulty grasping. Being able to predict what will happen in certain situations; to understand that X inevitably - or usually - or often - leads to Y is a crucial life skill.
Some children don’t understand even the basic idea that a certain action will lead to a given consequence - such as tripping when your hands are full of eggs will probably lead to broken eggs.
And it is significantly more difficult for them to understand the more- abstract concepts of how what they say and do can lead to consequences; such as saying something mean to someone will hurt their feelings. And just what is “mean” anyway?
☀ These 40 cards - which can be used with the game board, or on their own - present a range of concrete and more abstract - situations, and ask students to predict what the outcome will probably be.
You might like my other making predictions activity & game: What If?
You might also like my materials for solving problems verbally like this one
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• Conversation and Social Language Skills What is Wrong with the Conversation
• Pragmatics and Inferencing with Pancakes for Breakfast for Speech Language
• Pragmatic Skills and Expressive Language Practice Game for Speech Therapy
• Sequencing Bundle for Speech Therapy