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Cause and Effect - Scenario Worksheet

$0.99 or Free on Plus | 2 pages (PDF)|Grades: 3 - 6

A worksheet and answer sheet to use when teaching students the cause and effect comprehension strategy.

Use this worksheet when teaching students about the cause and effect comprehension strategy.

Students write a possible effect or cause for each of the scenarios. Scenarios include:

  • The campers had bad bug bites all over their bodies.
  • Our football game got cancelled.
  • Declan played rough with his friends at lunchtime.
  • The farmer put out a scarecrow.
  • Mum had to throw the milk away.
  • John forgot to plug his iPad in to charge the battery.

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