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Kim Grove

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Cause and Effect with Alexander and the Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

1. Look at the graphic organizer. Use the information to help you understand cause and effect. 2. Click on the link to listen to the story. As you're listening, think about the events in the story. What happened? That is the effect. Why did it happen? That is the cause. What happened after that? That's your next effect. Why? You've found your next cause. 3. Use the label tool to fill in the graphic organizer with information from the text. Click the link to listen to the story again any time you need to go back to the text. If you need some inspiration, there are some ideas on the example to get you started.

3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, 4th Grade, Reading, English Language Arts
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This activity was inspired by Mrs. Spiegler's Cause and Effect graphic organizer.