Teach students the difference between factual statements and opinion statements with these printable worksheets for teachers and homeschool use.
Read the animal statements and tell whether they're facts or opinions.Fact or Opinion Free
Determine which statements are facts and which are opinions. Write "fact" or "opinion" on the line.Writing Facts and Opinions Member
Write your own fact and opinion sentences that relate to each given topic.Fact-Opinion Cut & Paste (Basic) Member
Cut the statements and glue them in the correct column. Basic level features more simple sentences about colors.Fact-Opinion Cut & Paste (Intermediate) Member
Cut out the statements and paste them in the correct column. Intermediate level features more complex sentences about a spaghetti dinner.
Read the statements about a football game and tell whether each is a fact or opinion.Fact Opinion Game:
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Students make and play this origami cootie catcher game to review fact and opinion.
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