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Cause and Effect Scenarios (Grade 5)

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Cause and Effect Scenarios

1. 
Due to their incredible force and unpredictability, floods can cause tremendous damage. They can ruin houses, roads and buildings. Floods can take down trees and cause mudslides. It often leaves mud, sand and debris behind. It can take months to clean up after a flood.

What is the EFFECT?
  1. Floods can cause a lot of damage
  2. Floods happen in many areas without warning.
  3. Floods are strong and unpredictable.
  4. Flood damage is devastating
2. 
Due to sending home various notes from the office and writing reminders in their planners, the students brought in a total of 435 packages of pasta for the school-wide service project.

What is the EFFECT?
  1. The students brought in packages of pasta.
  2. The students at MLR were participating in a project.
  3. The students at MLR were very generous.
  4. Notes went home and reminders were written in planners.
3. 
Due to sending home various notes from the office and writing reminders in our planner, MLR students brought in a total of 435 packages of pasta for the school-wide service project.

What is the CAUSE?
  1. The students brought in packages of pasta.
  2. The students at MLR were participating in a project.
  3. The students at MLR were very generous.
  4. Notes went home and reminders were written in planners.
4. 
Mrs. Marcozzi didn't remind the students to wear their pride shirts for Friday's Fanfare, therefore, many of the students forgot. What is the EFFECT?
  1. Mrs. Marcozzi didn't remind the students to wear their pride shirts
  2. Many students forgot to wear their pride shirts.
  3. There was a Fanfare celebration on Friday.
  4. The students weren't required to wear their pride shirts.
5. 
Michael and Jorge were at the bus stop very early. After about an hour, the bus did not come. They wondered where all the other kids were that morning. Soon they decided to return home.

What was the most likely cause that the bus never arrived?
  1. Michael and Jorge had the measles.
  2. All the other kids were sick.
  3. Michael and Jorge had forgotten that it was a holiday.
  4. The bus broke down.

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