Cause and Effect in Charlotte's Web

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Charlotte's Web - Cause and Effect

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Activity Overview


In this activity, students have the opportunity to analyze different events in the text for cause and effect relationships. This is often a challenging task for students, and creating a storyboard is a great way to help them visualize the relationship between events.

There are many ways to approach this activity. One is for students to identify events that have a cause and effect relationship, and then create a storyboard to illustrate those events. With younger students, or students struggling with this concept, the teacher can provide students with a cause, and students can determine the effect, creating a storyboard to match. This can also be done in reverse with the teacher providing the effect, and students determining the cause.

As a further accommodation or activity, the storyboard example can be printed and cut up. Students can then match causes with effects.


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Student Instructions

Create a storyboard that shows cause and effect relationships in Charlotte's Web. Each cause and effect pair will be shown in the same row.


  1. On the left side of the T-Chart, illustrate events that show cause (why).
  2. On the right side of the T-Chart, illustrate events that are the direct effect of that cause.
  3. Write a description below each cause.
  4. In the description under each effect, show how the cause and effect are related.

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