Teachers will download a foldable fact and opinion craft activity (craftivity) for 3rd grade, 4th grade, ESL, speech therapy and special education students. It may also be used as a fact and opinion interactive notebook in your literacy centers or stations. Your students will examine and sort fact a
This 24 page spring-themed fact and opinion set that provides posters, printables, and practice pages to reach your students.
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Fact and Opinion
Fact and Opinion Board Game contains 32 game cards and a game board to help students practice identifying fact and opinion statements from a short paragraph. This fact and opinion game works great as a pair/group activity, or for use in literacy centers.
Included with th
This is a packet of 6 worksheets and 1 game, for grades 3-5.
Fact and Opinion Game:
* 56 Game Cards
* Answer Key with Detailed Explanations
* “Cheat Sheet” Visual Aid for Game
* “Just the Facts: Prove it!” (sources of factual info)
* “Facts and Opinions:
Fact or Opinion: These fact or opinion cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning the difference between fact and opinion. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.
This activity has students reading 16 statements (over 2 cootie catchers) to each other and the
Fact and Opinion Unit of Activities you will find tools to assist you in teaching about Fact and Opinion. I have gathered components to support your Fact and Opinion Unit. Many of these components are perfect for small group, literacy stations, center work, homework, and independent work. This produ
This product and activity is based on the book, My Name Is Not Isabella, written by Jennifer Fosberry.
This a great book to introduce five women who made a difference in the world. This is a great lesson to incorporate with Common Core lessons.
In this product you will get:
* Fact and Opinion P
This is a reader's response activity that goes along with the book The Jacket I Wear in the Snow by Shirley Neitzel. The focus of this activity is for the students to be able to identify statements as fact or opinion. Your students will be able to use the pocket chart activity to practice sorting st
I use this little Bats book when discussion Fact and Opinion. We read the mini-book then read Stella Luna or another fictional book about bats. Then my students come up with one fact and one opinion about bats.
This makes a great bulletin board!! You can have the kids make their own bats, trac
When analyzing texts, it is important for students to understand the difference between fact and opinion.
*Bulletin Board Idea/ Anchor Chart (slides 3-6)
*Activity Set # 1
Penguin Fact or Opinion Cut and Paste Activity
Frog Fact or Opinion Cut and Paste Activity
Presidential Fact and Opinion Activity allows students to practice the skills of identifying facts and opinions while learning about the 1st and 16th president. This activity can be laminated, cut apart, and placed at a literacy center or it can be printed an given to students to complete individual
Looking for a fun way to review fact and opinion before the state assessment? Looking for a fun center and spring activity? Then this is the unit for you!
This unit is ideal for Scoot Game, whole class review, task cards, and independent work.
There are two anchor charts (1 fact and 1 opinion) an
Teach your students about fact and opinion with this interactive product! The universal theme of Lunch Time works all year, no matter the season. This also ties in nicely with a thematic unit on nutrition.
This download includes several activities that allow students to practice fact and opinion
These fun and engaging activities are wonderful to have students practice identifying and providing facts and opinions. Use the resources as for centers, independent work,homework, review, and more! Task cards, worksheets, partner games and a digital game are all in
This revised file has a lot more to offer your students. There is a whole group activity and 4 worksheets plus the activity center. Students will sort 30 sentence cards into fact and opinion categories. They will record their answers on an answer sheet. With just a little preparation, you will h
Comes with a full color double sided "mini-book" on Polar Bears along with a Fact and Opinion organizer. Print the mini-books for the whole class (laminate and keep forever) or just make a set for Guided Reading.
You can keep the Fact and Opinions on the same sheet or have the children cut them o
Fact and Opinion - Winter ~ Your students will love this delicious winter activity! They will sort marshmallows with fact statements and opinion statements onto a fact and opinion cocoa mug! 27 marshmallow statements total. There is also a fact and opinion form where students must decide if the stat
*As of 2/6/15, this product has been updated. If you have already purchased it, please download it again for the updated version.
I don't know about you, but I love teaching "facts" and "opinions." These helpful activities will be the perfect addition to your current unit. They can be completed
This activity pack includes many activities to enhance fact and opinion in your classroom. I had created a Fall version and many people asked for a winter themed one so here it is with some different activities as well!!
This file includes:
* Fact and Opinion reference cards
* Sorting Directions
Grade 5 HASS – Australian Explorers– Burke and Wills – Fact and Opinion Activity
Year level: Five
Australian Curriculum Content Descriptor:
ACHASSK110 – The role that a significant individual or group played in shaping a colony
Burke and Wills
Fact and opinion is a comprehension skill that I introduce in my first grade classroom. I wanted to make this skill as fun and engaging as possible, especially for the primary classroom! This packet is great to use with cooperative and whole group settings. There are no stories included, but it is
This activity is designed for students language arts notebook or can simply be done by using a pience of construction paper. The students will learn about fact and opinion by identifying statements in each category. This is a fun, interactive way to learn this skill!
In this activity, students put their investigative skills to use by examining sentences to determine if they are facts or opinions. The students will become "fact checkers" and place checks beside each sentence that is a fact. The sentences are divided into five tasks. Te teacher can decide if the
In this activity students will read about friends Bobby and Tommy who are working as partners in class. The boys have to make facts about specific topics and they are having trouble. Students will read the statements each boy made for a particular topic. The students will color the fact and then rew
Use these cute penguins to help teach fact and opinion!
Fact and Opinion Anchor Charts
24 Opinion Cards
-Review the difference between a fact and opinion using the anchor charts.
-Have your student choose a card and read the opinion. Student must state what words indicate th
This worksheet allows students to choose an item (either from their imagination or from a bin I set out on the desks) and create facts and opinions about that item. This comes after a whole-group lesson about what facts and opinions are. The students get to illustrate the object as well. They really
Fact and Opinion Task Cards | Fact and Opinion Activity | Fact or Opinion
Here's a great set of 24 practice task cards to review the concept of Fact and Opinion! These can be used for group discussion or for literacy centers!
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Use these 32 task cards to help students learn the difference between fact and opinion. Each card features three related sentences. Students must select which one is either a fact or opinion. The multiple choice format makes these cards ideal for test prep. If you want your students to go a little
If you're looking for a highly engaging activity that will teach your students how to distinguish between fact and opinion, this is it!
With this fun literacy center, kids become observant text detectives. They will read each story along with the witness statements to determine which clues are fac
Activity 1: Acorn Craftivity Booklet- Goes with any Thanksgiving Book, templates included
Activity 2: Turkey Fact/Opinion Craftivity- students make turkey and differentiate between fact and opinion
Activity 3: Read “The Best Thanksgiving Ever” by Teddy Slater and Ethan Long- students make turke
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This packet chock full of fun is a great way to introduce and reinforce the concept of fact & opinion. This fact & opinion resource includes:
6 fact & opinion mini posters & a recording chart
2 fact & opinion mini anchor posters
2 hands-on fact &a
This is an extensive fact and opinion packet to help students learn fact and opinion. There are a variety of difficulties, worksheets, and formats included to distinguish fact and opinion.
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Distinguishing between facts and opinions is an essential reading comprehension skill. This Fact and Opinion unit is designed to help students determine and identify facts and opinions in their reading. Filled with fact and opinion passages, engaging worksheets, and graphic organi
Fact and Opinion Resources: This Fact and Opinion Bundle contains 7 resources for teaching students to differentiate between facts and opinions!
1. A 53-slide PowerPoint with a matching companion handout
2. 32 Task Cards
3. A Basketball Craftivity
4. A Football Craftivity
5. Partner Plays
Fact and Opinion is important for you to teach and for students to learn to help them better understand text! Let them practice with this fun and engaging game that will make the skill of determining whether a statement is a fact or an opinion something students WANT to do! Works g
Fact and Opinion SCOOT Game or Task Cards
Scoot is a fun whole-group activity that can be used in many different ways. It can be used as a review game, skill practice or even a test! You could even use these cards as task cards for a center or for early finishers.
This version of Scoot tests stud
This engaging activity puts a fun spin on identifying facts and opinions! Students color and cut out 18 basketballs, 2 hoops, a scoreboard, and jerseys. They read the statements on the basketballs to determine if it is stating a fact or an opinion, and they place it in the appropriate basket. It als
This book study and activities packet for How to Eat Fried Worms is sure to keep your students engaged in this award winning novel! You can use all of it or you can pick and choose.
The comprehension skills activities make good mini-lessons and/or reviews. The cause & effect activity, the chara
Teach and Print activities are printables that you can use along with the lesson you teach on a selected skill. Teach your lesson and then use these quick reinforcement activities to support what you taught. Just teach and Print! These activities are great because they can be done independen
This PowerPoint teaches students to differentiate between facts and opinions. It contains 53 slides. The Fact and Opinion PowerPoint contains the following slides:
Slide 1: Title
Slides 2-3: Introduction to Facts & Opinions
Slides 4-5: Definition of FACT
Slides 6-7: Definition of OPINI
You will receive 50 fact and opinion task cards for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade. Ideas for fact or opinion games and activities are included, such as a scavenger hunt or SCOOT. Use them in literacy centers or stations as a review, test prep, formative assessment or extra morning work practice. A student
This 23 slide highly interactive powerpoint includes the definition of fact and opinion, and gives several different examples. It has a 3 page interactive notebook file attached that will allow the students to reference things in their notes along the way. Students will love the custom animations an
Fact and Opinion
This is a great activity book for students to practice identifying fact and opinion. You can use this resource year after year with your students. This item was created using the Common Core Standards.
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Oreo Fact and Opinion Posters, Worksheets and Activities instructions
1. Use the fact and opinion posters to introduce the meaning to your students
2. Discuss different examples with your students
3. Read the oreo story to your students
4. Have students identify all of the f
The Reading Strategies Unit 2 includes PowerPoints, practice activities, assessments, and other resources centered around the strategies of fact and opinion, generalizing, and cause and effect. (Includes 15 files below)
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