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Differentiated Activities
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I hope you enjoy this packet of Cause & Effect Activities! I have used them with students in grades 3-5. There
are FIVE activities included in this packet! They are each separated by a cover page. Use Page 3 as a guide for
using the color-coded, differentiated activities.
*Pages 4-8 Matching Cards
*Pages 9-12 Nursery Rhyme Cause and Effect
*Pages 13-15 Picture This!
*Pages 16-22 Whole Class Activity
*Pages 24-32 (Cards #1-#32) Text Task Cards
*Pages 32-35 (Cards #1-#16) Picture Task Cards
*Page 36- Task Card Recording Sheet
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© 2013 Teaching With a Mountain View How to use these activities
Thank you for your purchase! I hope you enjoy the activities
included in this packet. Each activity has been differentiated
by color. BLUE is the most challenging, GREEN is challenging
and RED is for students who need extra support. You can also
use these for scaffold instruction. For instance, you can
complete the red version in a small group and have students
complete the green version on their own.
I highly suggest printing and laminating each of these pages
for use over and over in small groups, literacy centers, extra
practice stations, and more.
If you have any questions or find any errors, please let me
know right away. Thank you and have fun!
© 2013 Teaching With a Mountain View In each of the following cards, you are given either a cause or an
effect. If you are given the effect, you must write a possible cause.
If you are given the cause, you must write a possible effect.
Effect
The baby was crying.
Cause
I fell asleep.
Effect
She got a sunburn.
Cause
I ate too much food.
Effect
I scored a point.
Cause
I did not study.
Effect
I was excited
Cause
I lost my homework.
In each of the following cards, you should match the cause card with
the appropriate effect card, and then identify which is the cause and
which is the effect card.
The baby was crying.
She was hot.
She got a sunburn.
My team won.
I scored a point.
I took my best shot.
I was excited
She spent the day at the beach.
The test was hard.
I fell asleep.
I missed recess.
I ate too much food.
I missed the movie.
I did not study.
My stomach hurt.
I lost my homework.
In each of the following cards, you should match the cause card with
the appropriate effect card.
Effect
The baby was crying.
Cause
She was hot.
Effect
She got a sunburn.
Cause
My team won.
Effect
I scored a point.
Cause
I took my best shot.
Effect
I was excited
Cause
She spent the day at the beach.
Effect
The test was hard.
Cause
I fell asleep.
Effect
I missed recess.
Cause
I ate too much food.
Effect
I missed the movie.
Cause
I did not study.
Effect
My stomach hurt.
Cause
I lost my homework.
Jack and Jill went up the hill
To fetch a pail of water
Jack fell down
And broke his crown
And Jill came tumbling after
² What caused Jack and Jill to go up the hill?
² What is a possible cause of Jack and Jill needing a pail of water?
² What caused Jack to break his crown?
² What is a possible cause of Jack falling down?
² Why do you think Jill came tumbling after?
² What was the effect of Jack and Jill fetching a pail of water?
² What is a possible effect of Jack breaking his crown?
Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep,
And can't tell where to find them;
Leave them alone, And they'll come home,
Wagging their tails behind them.
² What could have caused Bo-Peep to lose her sheep?
² What effect will leaving the sheep alone have?
² What is the cause of the sheep wagging their tails behind them?
² What will cause the sheep to come home?
Hickory Dickory Dock
The mouse ran up the clock
The clock struck one
The mouse ran down
Hickory Dickory Dock
² What could have caused the mouse to run up the clock?
² What could have caused the mouse to run down the clock?
² What effect could the clock striking one have had?
Look at the pictures on this page. Use your inference skills to name a cause
and effect relationship you see in the picture. There are endless answers!
Look at the pictures on this page. Some give you a cause, and you must tell
an effect. Some give you an effect, and you must tell a cause.
Cause: The barn is old.
Effect: The
hot dogs are cooked.
Cause: It is fall.
Cause: A storm is coming.
Effect: The boy sings.
Effect: Pins fall down.
Cause and Effect Activity
Directions
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Each student will receive a card that has either a cause or an effect.
•
When the teacher gives the signal, students will get up from their
seat and calmly walk around the room to find the card that goes
along with theirs. (Sometimes, for an extra challenge, I have my
students do this part silently!
•
When your students have found their partner, sit down. Students
will decide which is the cause and which is the effect.
•
Fill out the causes and effects on the student worksheet.
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Then, students will try to come up with two other possible effects to
go along with the cause.
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WhOOO Has my Match?
Write your matching CAUSE and EFFECT in the boxes below. Then, come up with a different effect
that could result from your cause, and a different cause of your effect. Finally, create your own
unique cause and effect scenario (in dashed boxes). Be creative, but realistic!
Original CAUSE
Original EFFECT
EFFECT
CAUSE
CAUSE
EFFECT
WhOOO Has my Match?
SAMPLE
Write your matching CAUSE and EFFECT in the boxes below. Then, come up with a different effect
that could result from your cause, and a different cause of your effect. Finally, create your own
unique cause and effect scenario (in dashed boxes). Be creative, but realistic!
Original CAUSE
Original EFFECT
Bailey’s Room
was messy.
His mother told
him to clean it up.
EFFECT
CAUSE
There were ants
crawling on his floor.
Bailey spilled soda on
the carpet.
CAUSE
Totally original scenario!
EFFECT
David snores at
night.
He woke up everyone
in the house.
The parking lot
was covered in ice.
Three people
slipped and fell.
Bailey’s room was
messy.
His mother told
him to clean it up.
Sam left his coat
at home.
He was freezing
at recess.
Joshua forgot his
homework over and
over again.
He had to complete
it during recess.
Sophia put up the
tent incorrectly.
The tent blew over
in the wind.
Lisa forgot she
had put brownies
in the oven.
The brownies
burned.
Lauren spent
hours practicing
math facts.
She memorized all
of her facts!
Melody left her milk
in her lunchbox over
Winter Break.
The entire room
smelled sour when
they returned.
Mrs. Jones forgot
to bring her keys
to recess.
The class was
locked out of the
school.
Alaina left her
shoes by the dog
crate.
Scruffy the dog
chewed a hole in
the shoes.
The doorbell rang
loudly.
It woke up the
sleeping baby.
Luke ate the entire
box of chocolates.
His stomach hurt all
night!
Olivia dropped her
tray in the
lunchroom.
The janitor had to
clean up the floor.
The pencil
sharpener was
broken.
The teacher had to
get a new sharpener
from the office.
Aubrey’s least favorite
song came on the
radio.
She changed the
radio station.
and
Task Cards
1
Cause & Effect
The baby was
hungry.
2
Cause & Effect
The dog’s water
dish was full of ice.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
Cause & Effect
Cause & Effect
Lauren was in so
much pain she could
only eat Jell-O.
3
3
The doorbell rang.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
4
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
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Cause & Effect
6
Cause & Effect
David’s alarm clock
didn’t go off on Monday
morning.
When Darian began to
write, the marker was
out of ink.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
3
7
Cause & Effect
Annabel did not like
to share her toys
with others.
8
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
Cause & Effect
Preston tripped
while running to
catch the football.
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Cause & Effect
The milk was placed on top
of the bread in the bag.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
3
11
Cause & Effect
The toy store was
having a huge sale.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
10
Cause & Effect
The roads leading to
the mountains were
slippery.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
Cause & Effect
The cup of milk
spilled all over the
table.
12
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
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Cause & Effect
14
Cause & Effect
The papers on the
teacher’s desk suddenly
blew away.
Jared make a
“Congratulations” card
for his mom.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
15
3
Cause & Effect
16
Cause & Effect
The cookies in the
oven burned to black
crisps.
The dog barked angrily
at the window.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
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Cause & Effect
18
Cause & Effect
Friendly robots began to
take over all the jobs in the
world.
The babysitter called
and said she couldn’t
watch the kids today.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
19
3
Cause & Effect
20
Cause & Effect
The juice from the
orange squirted into
Sophia’s eyes.
The Elrod family
couldn’t wait for the
garbage man to come.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
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Cause & Effect
Emma won a trip to Mexico
over Spring Break.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
23
3
Cause & Effect
22
Cause & Effect
John made the wrong
move in a game of
Candy Land.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
24
Cause & Effect
Lawrence thought the
movie began at 7:55, and
it actually started at 7:05.
Amy’s stomach
hurt all night long.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
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Cause & Effect
Quinn stayed up until
midnight to finish his book
report the night before it
was due.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
27
3
Cause & Effect
26
Cause & Effect
Shane only had time to
take his dog for a short
walk in the morning.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
28
Cause & Effect
Matthew became
frustrated and tore
his spelling test in half.
In the middle of family movie
night, all of the power in the
house went out.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
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Cause & Effect
30
Cause & Effect
Thousands of cars were at a
standstill on the busy
highway.
At the end of summer,
all of Luke’s jeans were
too short.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
31
3
Cause & Effect
32
Cause & Effect
Bethany didn’t read all of
the directions before she
began her assignment.
Kennedy’s shoes stuck to
the floor each time she
took a step.
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
What could have caused this?
What could the effect of this be?
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Cause & Effect
Look at the picture. Identify at least one cause
and effect relationship within the picture.
3
3
Cause & Effect
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picture. Identify at
least one cause
and effect
relationship within
the picture.
2
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
4
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
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Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
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3
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
6
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
8
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
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10
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and effect relationship within the picture.
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3
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
Cause & Effect
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picture. Identify at
least one cause
and effect
relationship within
the picture.
12
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
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14
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
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3
Cause & Effect
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and effect relationship within the picture.
Look at the
picture. Identify at
least one cause
and effect
relationship within
the picture.
16
Cause & Effect
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picture. Identify
at least one
cause and effect
relationship
within the
picture.
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Card #
Student Recording Sheet
Cause
Effect
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