Sentences: Cause and Effect

Recognizing cause and effect is an important comprehension skill. Writer’s use cause and effect to organize information in a logical way. When students understand cause and effect, they comprehend what has happened in a story and why it has happened. But many students find cause and effect confusing! Use this video with practice worksheet to practice this reading skill.

In the video, the teacher explains that cause is why something happens and effect is what happens. This worksheet, designed for younger learners, has three incomplete sentences. The student reads the beginning of the sentence and then chooses the correct answer. The beginning of each sentence is the effect and the student chooses the correct cause that makes the most sense.

This video is a great resource for reading classrooms to introduce or provide extra practice with identifying cause and effect.

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