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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Cause and Effect Treasure Freebie

We are reviewing cause and effect this week, so I'm using this activity as a whole group review. You can also put it in a folder for a literacy stations activity. Click on the pic below to download. Please leave a comment if you download! Enjoy!



72 comments:

  1. Very cute! Thanks so much for the great share!

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  2. This is fantastic! I am doing this tomorrow for a cause and effect quick check :) Thanks!

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  3. Fantastic. Thanks as always.

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  4. Love it! Thank you so much for sharing! :)

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  5. Thanks for sharing. Cause and Effect are so fun.

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  6. You are awesomeness! That's what I have to say about that! Thank you, thank you, thank you...we are working on cause and effect right now, too. My prayer is that God will bless you 100-fold!Melly<><

    Stapler’s Strategies for Sizzlin' Second Graders!

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    1. Melly, I ALWAYS love hearing from you! You make me smile.

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  7. Love this! Thanks for the download!

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  8. Thanks so much for the freebie! This activity is really cute and I'm sure my students will enjoy it. I am a first year teacher and looking for great resources to use.

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  9. This looks great! I just found your blog!! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. I don't use Treasures, either! I just wanted something that matched the pirate artwork!

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  11. Thanks, Mary! I love it! Thank you for sharing!

    Jen

    Lifelong Learning

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  12. This is fabulous, my lowest students struggle with this every year!! It will be a great review for them.
    Tricia

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  13. This is perfect for my cause and effect review this week! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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  14. Thank you for sharing. Found you through pinterest. I teach 2nd and I'm always looking for things like this! Thanks!

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  16. Thank you so much! My class loves Cause and Effect lessons and I am sure they will love this! You are truly the best! =)

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  17. Exactly what I was looking for! Thank you!

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  18. Fantastic, the boys will love it most of all. Many things seem to be more girlie. Thanks!!!

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  19. Absolutely love it! Excellent work!

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  20. such a cute idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. I love the cute graphics and of course the topic will be great for my students.
    Hannah
    justworkhardandplayhard.blogspot.com

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  22. Thanks! My kids are struggling with Cause/Effect, so this will work out great! :)

    Chrissy
    Adventures in Second Grade

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  23. Thanks for sharing!! This is great! I have been looking for some kind of activity to do with my fourth graders on cause and effect! This is great! They will enjoy doing it, and they will be learning about cause and effect at the same time!! Thanks again!!

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  24. This looks fabulous! Thank you =)

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  25. Thank you for sharing. This looks fun.

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  26. Thank you for this great packet!!!

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  27. How cute!! Thank you! What a treat when teachers share!!

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  28. Thank you for sharing this cause and effect activity. My 1st graders will love it.

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  29. Love this! Used it yesterday and blogged about it today with a link to you:)

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    4th Grade Frolics

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  30. I found you from a link on Tara's blog!! Thanks so much for the freebie I love it and am definitely using it next week!! :) And I am now a new follower! Thanks!

    Molly
    Lessons with Laughter

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  31. This is wonderful. Thank you for sharing!

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  32. Love this! Thanks for sharing :)

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  33. So cute!! Thanks for sharing!

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  34. This is SO cute and exactly what I need. Thank you for sharing!

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  35. So cute! Can't wait to use it with my first graders!!

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  36. LOVE it! Thanks for sharing ;-)

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  37. Awesome cards! Thank you for helping us!

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  38. Your creations are amazing and so creative. We appreciate your sharing spirit.

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  39. Thank you! This is going to work out great as a center in my room.

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  40. I LOVE your creations! I download almost all of them. I appreciate your generosity and kindness in wanting to share rather than sell. You could make some money because your stuff is such good work. I teach 3rd. in Nashville so we are neighbors. Keep up the GREAT work!

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  41. Thank you for sharing this activity. Great way to review cause & effect.
    Nancy

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  42. This is cute. Thanks for another awesome, targeted way to practice. I also downloaded the Baloney activity. I love that book & use it every year. Thanks for the helpful way to practice it again. Jenny

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  43. This is soo great!! Thank you! I can adapt this for speech therapy!

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  44. I am so excited to use this resource for cause & effect! Thank you! My kids will enjoy it!

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  45. Let me start with you blog is my team's new favorite resource. We all visit almost daily to get the October freebies. I have a question though. The directions for this activity say to place the cause and effect statements under the correct heading. Are there corresponding headings for this activity?

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  46. Thanks so much, this is so cute!!

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  47. You continue to amaze me with your creativity, generousity, and willingness to help other teachers like me. I love your creations and use them in my class to make me a better teacher!!
    susan in nc
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  48. Thank you very much!!!!! This is perfect for my ocean theme!!!!

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  49. A fun activity to reinforce a hard concept. Thanks for sharing

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  50. Looks great, thanks for sharing!

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  51. Thank you for sharing this adorable lesson. The basal series we use offers nothing but a boring 'ole chart. This is much more developmentally appropriate. Your kids are lucky they have such an inspired and creative teacher!

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  52. Wonderful...Thankyou

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  53. Thank you so much for such a cute Cause and Effect resource. We enlarged a picture of a Treasure Chest and used the sentence strips as a kind of pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey.

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  54. Just in time for National Talk Like a Pirate Day on September 19th!

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    1. You are right, Steph! My kids will do anything that is pirate related!

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  55. My students really enjyed this activity!

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