These Cause and Effect for Winter Task Cards include both print and digital for Google Forms (and other platforms) and will help your students practice identifying both causes and effects using interesting winter facts. Although the task cards are winter-themed, they do not include holiday information, so they can be used at any time! The task cards work well for whole-class lessons, literacy centers, partner activities, exit slips, and more!
This set includes:
Digital Task Cards (in 2 smaller sets for easy assigning)
32 Task Cards
Student Record Sheet
Task Cards Key
Teacher Notes for Digital with LINKS
*** PLEASE NOTE that these task cards are also included in my Winter Literacy Set for 4th/5th Graders that has reading passages, reading skills worksheets, poetry, and writing activities: Click here to take a look at the Winter Literacy Set
Why you’ll love this resource:
- The materials are easy to prep and to use and the digital versions are NO PREP!
- Students love to learn using seasonal and thematic materials!
- The resource includes a print and a digital format to give busy teachers more flexibility.
- This literacy set hits standards, while being engaging.
- It includes a variety of reading skills with different types of resources to keep learning fun!
- There are so many ways to use this resource, as guided reading, reader’s workshop, writer’s workshop, independent work, homework, literacy centers, substitute plans, and more!!!
Looking for more cause and effect practice?
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Cause and Effect Using Informational Text for 4th/5th Grade
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Cause and Effect Game for 4th/5th Grade
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