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Saturday, October 24, 2015

Trick or Treat Blog Hop!



I'm so excited to join Rachel over at The Classroom Game Nook and over 40 bloggers for a fun Trick or Treat Blog Hop!!!! We will be sharing lots of tricks with you along with lots of freebies. So keep on reading and then hop on over to the next blog! This blog hop will run from October 24th until November 1st.



My trick is all about Cause and Effect. I don't know about you but I think it is a hard concept to teach. I have found it easier to teach by making it hands on. I make cause and effect cards for my kiddos to sort. They work in groups sorting the cards and then they put an arrow in the middle to show how the cause leads to the effect. I copy the causes on colored card stock and I put the effects on a different colored card stock. When they need more of a challenge I will copy them on the same colored paper.






Now it's time for a freebie!! You can get a free copy of my Cause and Effect cards by clicking on the picture below. This product will only be free during the time of the blog hop. It will stop being free at the end of October. Get it while you can.


I'm also giving away a copy of my Cause and Effect Fire Safety activity. It's a great way to review fire safety while teaching cause and effect.


You can get your own copy by CLICKING HERE or you can enter my giveaway by doing the rafflecopter below.




a Rafflecopter giveaway



13 comments:

  1. I have a form I use for cause and effect in all classes. I always have cause be one shape and effects (depending on short or long term) other shapes. Gives a quick visual to all cause/effect uses.
    Kovescence of the Mind

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  2. Love your cause and effect activity. The different colored pieces provide a great visual for kids. I'm sure the kids love it too.

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  3. Cause & effect is always tricky for some students...thanks for the extra practice.

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  4. YES !!! i am working w/this in resource right now ! Michelle Miller

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  5. LOVE your Cause-&-Effect freebie task cards - thanks so much!

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  6. Thanks gor the freebie. This is a concept that my students struggle with.

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  7. Thanks gor the freebie. This is a concept that my students struggle with.

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  9. Thanks for sharing the cause and effect freebie!

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  10. Thanks for sharing the cause and effect freebie!

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  11. Love your cause and effect match up! Such a great idea. This would be great in literacy centers.

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  12. The cause and effect match up is so much fun. My kids would love this!

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