Cause and Effect Worksheets:
The Boston Tea Party -
I never really thought about it, but it was one of the most effective
political protests in American History.
How to Make Perfume -
We starting doing this for birthday parties last year. Take a look at this reading passage and see what checks all the boxes for you.
How to Make Pie Crust - Crust
is the pie to everything about a pie. We tell you all about and then ask you a series of questions that relates to knowing your way around the kitchen.
How a Manuscript Becomes a
Book - Let's look at the hierarchy of how it all works. There are six main steps required to get a book ready for publication. Summarize the
paragraph above by explaining the six steps. Use transition words that indicate
Who Was Samuel Mudd? - There
were two of them? This passage looks at the Southern
Maryland doctor that allegedly had a
role in the assassination of President Abraham
What Happened? - Figure
out what happened first. To help find the cause and effect of each statement, draw a picture or symbol
that represents each sentence.
Draw It Out of Me! - Making
a picture does help here. The cause is the picture that would happen first.
The effect is what happened in the picture after the cause.
Draw the Main Ideas - Work through these three situations and tell us what started all the events and what happened. Snakes
always get me too.
The Magic Picture! - There
are two main ideas in each sentence. Do you think if you removed the event that these would still happen.
Two Great Painters
- Why do the birds peck at the cherries in the picture? We try to make sense of why these events occurred in the story.
- Write a short paragraph putting the following events in the history
of the idea of evolution in order, and explaining how they are related
to each other.
The Surly Guest
- Using transition words that indicate cause and effect, explain
how Mr. Randolph's behavior towards the innkeeper is related to him
Make a Dandelion
Crown - Rewrite the directions in paragraph form. Use transition
words that indicate sequence.
- Why is putting a tourniquet above the wound the first step to
treating a snakebite?
- Lots of people watch the superbowl live on television, so advertisers
play their best commercials during the breaks.
Highlights - Highlight the cause in yellow and the effect in
a different color. Then you will be creative with determining why a series of events have taken place.
What Caused That?
- There was confusion on the stage since two of the actors did not
practice their lines for the play.
Why All The
Effects? - We should take extra special care of our bodies because
we only have one to use.
All The Snow Talk? - It does not snow in some places during
the winter. If it does happen to snow in those
regions there is usually an increase in traffic accidents.
- 1. There are only a few short basketball players. In basketball,
taller players are able to make more baskets and provide better defense.
Cause and Effect - Use descriptive words to create a picture
with your words. This will help you explain your thoughts to your audience.
Effect - We look at both sides of the coin here and try to understand why events occurred and what set them off in the first place.
- The choices for entry rotate. Remember to use the picturing technique that we taught you previously.