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This (free) resource provides teachers with a fun fall-themed literacy activity to teach and or review facts and opinions.

Teaching the difference between facts and opinions is such an important comprehension skill for students – actually, for all of us! Just because we saw it on TV or read it on the internet does not make it a fact. The first step in discerning the difference between facts and opinion is to understand what each […]

Fact and Opinion cards: these can be used as a sorting activity or as a class activity where you work together to create a classroom fact and opinion anchor chart!

Fact and Opinion cards: these can be used as a sorting activity or as a class activity where you work together to create a classroom fact and opinion anchor chart!

This language arts activity will help your students identify Facts from Opinions. This is such an important reading comprehension skill for the kiddos - it helps develop discernment in all areas of their lives. Just because someone said it, or it was on TV, does not make it a fact!

This language arts activity will help your students identify Facts from Opinions. This is such an important reading comprehension skill for the kiddos - it helps develop discernment in all areas of their lives. Just because someone said it, or it was on TV, does not make it a fact!

Sports Fact and Opinion Worksheet | Have Fun Teaching

Using this Sports Fact and Opinion Worksheet, students write fact next to each statement that is a fact and opinion next to each statement that is an opinion.

Fact or Opinion This can be modified to use as a teacher reads an interactive read aloud and charts fact or opinion as they read ( students can turn and talk and use their own white board to state fact or opinion and it's a quick assessment for the teacher)

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