This year, we made this anchor chart and filled it in as the story went along. We listened to the story the first time all the way through and then paused it to discuss the cause and effects the second time through.
Afterwards, my students matched each cause to the correct effect. For the younger babies, I suggest color coding these. I copied the causes on blue paper, and the effects on white.
Next, we added Peter to the top of our causes and effects.
These are always a favorite of mine every year.
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