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Using this Flashlight Cause and Effect Worksheet, students identify the cause and effect after reading a story about Caren’s sleepover.
Being able determine effects of a cause is a crucial skill for students. This will help them see the rewards and consequences of their choices.
Students read the passage provided. Then, students create cause and effect pairs based on the passage.
If you are using this worksheet, your students are probably learning about cause and effect.
Use this Cause and Effect Worksheet as an additional resource for your students.
Introduce this worksheet by using the What Happened Cause and Effect Worksheet. Ask for students to help you match the cause and effect in different scenarios. Create an anchor chart with your students as a resource to help them identify cause and effect situations. Then, have students complete worksheet independently or with a partner. Challenge your students to come up with more cause and effect situations using the sentence starters “If…., then….”
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