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Cause / Effect By Dianna Burke Second Grade Golden Acres Elementary
Cause… what makes something happen.
Effect… what happens.
The little girl was sleepy, so she sat on her mother’s lap. What is the cause? What is the effect?
The boy was hungry, so he planted corn.
The baby laughed because she liked her toy.
He broke a class rule, so he had to write sentences on the board. CAUSE EFFECT WHICH PART OF THE SENTENCE IS BOXED?
The boy knew the answer so he raised his hand. Cause Effect
When the child was bored, he tapped his fingers. CauseEffect
They wanted a drink because the sun was hot. CauseEffect
Click on the cause. The kid fell… because of the water.
Click on the effect. She hurt her knee when she fell down.
Click on the effect. He grabbed his head when he started to fall.
Click on the cause. He screamed when he flew up in the air.
Click on the effect. He was late for school so he ran.
Click on the cause. The girl cried when she fell down.
Click on the effect. It was harder to ski when the little guy hitchhiked.
Click on the cause. The ice was slippery and the man fell.
Click on the effect. He floated to the ground because of the parachute.
Write your own cause effect sentence.
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