Cause and Effect - donkeytime.orgotThe dog ran away because its owner left the gate open. The driver got into an accident because they were texting. Ben cried because he got a Batman costume. While it may seem intuitive to adults, cause and effect can be a really challenging concept for kids. Here are 15 cause-and-effect lesson plans and starter ideas that are simple but effective to help your students master this reading concept. As you introduce cause and effect, an anchor chart can help reinforce the concept.
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Cause and Effect Flip Book Practice
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Cause and Effect lesson
Meet Noah, an oceanographer that studies what happens in the oceans and look for the cause, or reason, that things happen. Noah would like your help as he investigates what is happening in the ocean and why it is occurring. Will you help? By the end of this tutorial, you will learn how to identify examples of cause and effect in informational text. You will also learn how to match events and ideas in informational text that have a cause and effect relationship. A teacher provides an example of a Cause and Effect lesson.