# A Selection Of 15 Excellent Worksheets That Tackle The Concepts Of Cause And Effect And Are Free To Use

It couldn’t be more important for kids to learn that actions have consequences.

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Not only as a means of disciplining them, but also to boost their logic and common sense, and give them some knowledge of the way of the world.

It’s something that can be very easily taught and understood, and there are a great many worksheets available on the net to teach this super important topic.

But you don’t have to go scouring the net trying to find ones that are free to use, because we’ve got a selection of 15 different ones that are completely free to use, so please stay put and read on.

Here goes!

## Cause And Effect: Match Them

This worksheet is a great way to introduce kids to the concept of cause and effect. It features a list of 10 causes running down the left-hand side of the page.

Meanwhile on the right-hand side of the page there’s a jumble of 10 different effects that correspond to the various causes. For each cause, the child must identify the corresponding effect.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here will also find a corresponding answer sheet.

## Cause And Effect Graphic Organizer Worksheet

This is a great worksheet for those kids who prefer drawing pictures to writing and spelling.

On the left-hand column of the page there are 3 squares in which the child is required to draw a cause.

Each of these cause boxes features an arrow pointing to a star-shaped graphic, in which the student is required to draw a picture of the corresponding effect.

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## Choose The Most Likely Effect Worksheets

What makes this such a great set of cause and effect worksheets is that it explains what is actually meant by the words cause and effect before it asks the child to demonstrate their understanding.

Across 2 sheets the child is posed with 5 different causes, and on the right-hand side of each cause, the child is presented with two possible effects, and the child has to circle the most likely corresponding effect.

Then at the end, they are presented with another cause, and they have to write down what the corresponding effect might be.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link. Here will also find a corresponding answer sheet.

## Choose The Most Likely Cause Worksheets

This set of worksheets is basically the same as the previous set but in reverse.

What makes this such a great set of cause and effect worksheets is that it explains what is actually meant by the words cause and effect before it asks the child to demonstrate their understanding.

Across 2 sheets the child is posed with 5 different effects, and on the right-hand side of each effect, the child is presented with two possible causes, and the child has to circle the most likely corresponding cause.

Then at the end, they are presented with another effect, and they have to write down what the corresponding cause might be.

To access these worksheets, simply click on this link. Here will also find a corresponding answer sheet.

## Lucky Hans Cause And Effect Reading Comprehension Worksheets

With this set of worksheets, the child is required to read a passage about lucky Hans. Then the student is asked questions based on the text to check their comprehension.

There are 3 questions where a cause is mentioned, and they must circle the correct corresponding effect.

Then two further causes are identified, and the child must write down the corresponding effect.

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## Camel And Pig Cause And Effect Reading Comprehension Worksheets

This set of worksheets is basically the same as the previous set but in reverse, and with a different passage of text.

With this set of worksheets, the child is required to read a passage about a camel and a pig. Then the student is asked questions based on the text to check their comprehension.

There are 3 questions where an effect is mentioned, and they must circle the correct corresponding cause.

Then two further effects are identified, and the child must write down the corresponding cause.

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## Cause And Effect Word Web Worksheet

This is a very visual worksheet with striking graphics, and it’s a great way to impress on kids the idea that one cause can have multiple effects.

The sheet explains what is meant by the words cause and effect, and features a place for a cause statement to be entered on a central graphic.

Then coming off from the cause graphic are 4 other graphics representing the different effects that can occur as a result of the central cause. The child has to fill in the blanks in the graphics.

A good example of a cause with multiple effects could be a parent sleeping through their alarm. But you or the pupil/s could easily come up with more.

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## Fill In The Blanks Cause And Effect Worksheet

After explaining the meaning of the words cause and effect and providing an example, 6 unfinished sentences are presented featuring different causes and the student must complete the sentences with a resulting effect.

This is followed by 6 unfinished sentences featuring different effects, and the student must complete the sentences with what the cause might be.

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## Cause And Effect Worksheet With Pictures

If you’re looking for a nice, easy worksheet with cute full color pictures, you should check this one out.

Three scenarios are presented to the child, complete with pictures, and the child must tick the box for the corresponding effect.

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## Cause And Effect Sentences Worksheet

This is a very straightforward worksheet. It features 5 sentences which mention a cause and a resulting effect.

The child has to identify which part of each sentence describes the effect, and which the cause. Then the child is to write out the cause and the effect on the lines provided.

In addition to testing their understanding of the words cause and effect, it also tests their reading and writing ability.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here will also find a corresponding answer sheet.

## Read The Cause And Write An Effect Worksheet

On this worksheet, 4 causes of incidents are expressed in sentences, but the resulting effects are not mentioned.

The child must identify the effect that would be caused. Then they have to write a whole sentence that mentions both the cause and the effect.

In addition to testing their understanding of the words cause and effect, it also tests their reading and writing ability.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here will also find a corresponding answer sheet.

## Cause And Effect: Alice’s Adventure In Wonderland Worksheet

This cause and effect worksheet requires the child to read a short 2-paragraph passage that has been extracted from the famous children’s book Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll.

Once they have read the passage, the child must answer 3 questions on it, two identify a cause, and one identifying an effect. All the clues are in the passage for them to find.

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## Why: What’s The Cause? Worksheet

In this worksheet, the student is presented with a list of 8 different effects, and they are tasked with thinking up a possible cause and writing it down on the lines provided.

In addition to testing their understanding of the words cause and effect, it also tests their reading and writing ability.

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## Find The Cause And Effect Worksheet

This is a very straightforward worksheet. It features 8 different sentences which mention a cause and a resulting effect.

The child has to identify which part of each sentence describes the effect, and which the cause. Then the child is to write out the cause and the effect on the lines provided.

In addition to testing their understanding of the words cause and effect, it also tests their reading and writing ability.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here will also find a corresponding answer sheet.

## What’s The Effect Worksheet

This worksheet lists 8 different causes and the student is tasked with coming up with what the resulting effects might be, and they are meant to write their answers on the lines provided.

In addition to testing their understanding of the words cause and effect, it also tests their reading and writing ability.

To access this worksheet, simply click on this link. Here will also find a corresponding answer sheet.

## Final Thoughts

So, as you can see there are many ways to teach the concepts of cause and effect. We recommend that you try several of them.

Enjoy!