I am going to share a little embarrassing tidbit about good old Mrs. D. However, you have to promise that you won't tell! For some reason I always try and make cause and effect harder than it is. It's a no-brainer really, but then I start to over think it and I get myself all turned around. These activities have helped keep me from looking like a total ding-bat in front of my kiddies and mommy helpers :)
This collection has an introductory pocket chart lesson, art, posters, games, a mini book, and more. My favorite activity in the packet has to be the Cause + Effect Art. It makes the cutest standards-based and kid-crafted bulletin boards around. Here is an example one of my favorite student examples from a few years back (disregard my old ugly worksheet)!
To read more about my Cause + Effect Packet, please CLICK HERE. I put it on sale for the next 24 hours :)
Oh, and it is Friday so I can't let you walk away from here empty handed. I have attached one of the It's For a Good Cause . . . and Effect worksheets below. This can be completed independently or whole class on the projector.
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Alright friends! I'll be back tomorrow night with a very special post about a VERY special teacher :) Merry Friday y'all . . . we made it :)