Fun with Fairy Tales & Friday Freebies
Happy Friday everyone! I hope everyone had a great week! My week was pretty awesome. The corporate visit went very well (and my innovations in the classroom were much appreciated) and we had a blast with fairy tales! Here's a look at some of our favorite centers, art projects, books we read and more this week. Art Egg Carton Pig Snouts These turned out so adorable, and they were incredibly easy to make! All you need are egg cartons, elastic cord, pink paint, a hole punch and a black sharpie…
Reading for Comprehension: Cause and Effect | Worksheet | Education.com
This cause and effect worksheet opens your child up to improved critical thinking abilities. Use this cause and effect worksheet to focus on story structure.
12 Easy Cause and Effect Activities and Worksheets
If you're working on cause, then consider these free activities and worksheets. These help first grade, second grade or third grade with cause and effect relationships in stories and writing.
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Amy Lemons provides teaching tips and resources for teachers of elementary school students with access to a free resource library.
WHEW!!! WHAT. A. WEEK! Yes - I'm shouting! lol. Crazy full moon kids! Seriously... ANYONE else have CUH RAY ZEEEEE kids this week??? I'm exhausted. Pooped. Anyway, let me show you what we've been doing - WARNING!! This post is a hodgepodge of Penguins, writing, cause and effect, money, and LOTS of pictures!! Ok. We're still working on our Penguin Non-Fiction book - We took our planning pages to write the sloppy copy I conferenced with them after each section, then they started their neat…
Eek! A Mouse....Arrrggghh! A Pirate! Cause & Effect FREEBIES!
First day back after my fabulous vacay & the kids were...well... they were great for me, BUT my sub didn't have as much luck. I had 4 kids that were separated from the group and a long list of things I had to address. Welcome back, right!?! I was so sad that some of them weren't at their best, but overall, they did a great job. With only 16 days of school left, I guess I have to cut them a LITTLE slack. Not much..just a little ;) Tomorrow is field day, so maybe they can run/climb/jump/yell…
Teaching Cause and Effect
Our reading comprehension skill this week was recognizing cause and effect in stories. Once again, it was Pintrest to the rescue when I went to make my anchor chart! I got my cause and effect inspiration here. I really wanted to change it up a bit, however. Notice the "effect and cause" on the bottom half: I don't know why we English-speakers do that more often than not! But I think a lot of kids get confused about cause and effect relationships for that very reason.
CAUSE AND EFFECT? What might cause you to see something like this happening? What would be the effects that might happen? Write your thoughts in your reading journal.