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RC 2.6 ELA Standards 4th GradeCause & Effect RC 2.6 ELA Standards 4th Grade
What is Cause & Effect? Cause is why something happens.Effect is what happens as a result.
Example I ate an entire pizza for dinner, so now my stomach hurts.Cause – Ate too much pizza Effect – Stomach ache
Sam couldn’t find his shoes, so he was late for school.Cause – couldn’t find shoes Effect – late for school
Disneyland is giving away free tickets if you volunteer to work a day for free in your community.Cause – work a day for free Effect – free tickets
The elephant was able to escape because the gate to the enclosure was left open.Cause – the gate was left open Effect – elephant escaped
Mia had a pet rabbit, but it ate all of the vegetables in her mother’s garden.Cause – had a rabbit Effect – ate the garden
What could be the cause? You’re grounded Your received $100You made the swimming team
What could be the effect?You studied extra hard You reached your AR goal You mowed lawns all summer
Cause is why something happens.Remember Cause is why something happens.
Effect is what happens as a result
Loren left his book on his desk, so he was unable to finish his homework.Cause Effect
Stacy’s flowers died because she forgot to water them for a week.Effect
The kids at Cinnamon earned a carnival because they worked hard on their STAR tests.Effect
My dad gave me $50 for getting straight A’s on my report card.Cause Effect
It snowed last night so school was canceled today.Cause Effect
Cause Effect How did the story begin? Moose wanted a muffin.Then what happened? He wanted jam to go with it. Effect
And because he wanted jam, what happened next? He wanted…
If You Give An Elephant a Peanut
Sentence 1 Cause – Gave an elephant a peanut… Effect – What will happen? Write – If you give an elephant a peanut, he will want
Sentence 2 Cause – Effect – Write –
Sentence 3 Cause – Effect – Write –
Sentence 4 Cause – Effect – Write –
Sentence 5 Cause – Effect – Write –
Sentence 6 Cause – Effect – Write –
Conclusion Bring it back to the first sentence you wrote. Cause – Effect – Write –
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