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Cause and Effect
Effect is what happened. Cause is what made it happen.
Effect: The ball goes in the hole. What is the cause?
Cause: The man waters the flower. What will the effect be?
Effect: Yesterday we had no school. What is the cause?
Cause: The boy is doing his homework. What will the effect be?
Effect: The woman is getting stronger. What is the cause?
Cause: The girl made her friend a birthday card. What was the effect?
How many frogs are sitting on the log?
The log is tilted. What is the CAUSE of this?
What would CAUSE the log to balance out?
What would CAUSE the log to balance out? Think of three different ideas.
How many frogs would we have to add to the other side in order to CAUSE the log to be balanced?
What would the EFFECT be if we put three frogs on the other side of the log?
What would CAUSE the log to balance now? Think of two ideas!
Now the log is balanced. Let’s focus on one side of the log for a minute!
We have three frogs. How many more will we need to CAUSE us to have five frogs? 3 frogs + ___ frogs = 5 frogs
We have five frogs. What will the EFFECT be if we add one more? 5 frogs + 1 frog = ___ frogs
How many more frogs would we need to CAUSE the log to balance? 1 frog + __ frogs = 3 frogs
How many frogs would we need to cause the log to balance. Write a math problem for this!
Write your own math problem in words AND numbers for this picture!
The people Look for some people. Write it down. By the water
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