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 organizers for distingu
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 independently or i
With this fairy tale fact and opinion sorting resource, students read a statement and decide if it is a fact or opinion. It is perfect for your 1st and 2nd graders and is good practice for some 3rd graders. This can be used for small group instruction and for center activities. It also covers many
Identify Fact & Opinion Statements with this 10 page animal themed Google Slides Reading resource. Includes 30 statements focusing on distinguishing facts from opinions in a fun and interactive way. Help students internalize the concept of fact and opinion while learning fun facts about animals.
Animal Fact and Opinions Activities!
Food Fact and Opinions Activiies!
1st grade leveled fact an opinion sentences about animals and food. Students color, cut, and sort animal or food themed facts an opinions onto a T-Chart. Also included is a Fact and Opinion Graphic organizer wit
This fun and interactive Earth Day download has 2 components:Fact and Opinion Sort:18 CardsAnswer Sheet and KeyWriting Activities:Earth Day Think SheetEarth Day Research Sheet4 "My Earth Promise" writing pages (boy/girl versions)2 "Earth Day" writing pages (full sheet)2 half page "Earth Day" pages (
This fact and opinion resource includes eight printable cut and paste sorts designed to help students practice distinguishing facts from opinions. Each sort has a different animal theme. Animals included are turtle, penguin, owl, elephant, moose, fox, raccoon, and deer. These are perfect for liter
In this activity, students will read the sentences to the left and right of the slide. They will decide if the sentence should go under the FACT column or the OPINION column. This could be useful as:-an exit ticket-an anticipatory set-part of a lesson-independent work during stationsDon't forget to
Students learn to distinguish fact or opinion statements with this interactive deck of Digital BOOM Cards, featuring 30 statements. #DistanceLearningTpTStudents just need an iPad or computer and they can complete these task cards online. You can even use Boom Cards through your interactive whiteboar
Practice sorting between facts and opinions with this safari themed activity while incorporating movement and exercise.Hang the “Real Facts" and “Opinions” signs on opposite sides of the classroom.- Read one of 18 wild animal statement card.- Students will decide if the statement is a fact or an opi
Your students will love learning about facts and opinions with this exciting Thanksgiving themed turkey craftivity. Includes everything you need to teach or review facts and opinions in your classroom. This would work great as a center activity, an independent craft, or even a partner activity for
This is a mini unit to go with the book "What If You Had Animal Teeth?" that can last up to two weeks. I taught this in my second grade classroom and we spent one week focusing on fact and opinion and one week focusing on opinion writing.
This mini unit includes:
-2 Fact and Opinion posters
This fact and opinion resource includes eight cut and paste sorts designed to help students practice distinguishing facts from opinions. Each sort has a different insect theme. Insects included are firefly, butterfly, ant, ladybug, caterpillar, grasshopper, bee, and dragonfly. These are perfect fo
This is an activity for students in Spanish Immersion, Dual immersion or Spanish language classrooms that are learning the difference between facts and opinions in Spanish.
There are 4 cutting/sort activities (dogs, food, school, and winter) and 1 blank sheet for teacher or students to create thei
There are 28 sorting cards for students to categorize into either a subjective statement or objective statement. There are cards for the option if you would like to use the terms opinion and fact. Some of the statements are very obvious and others are not. There are a few that could honestly go eit
This packet contains 54 cards with a fact or opinion on them. Have your students sort the cards onto the included sorting mats and answer the corresponding questions!
Most of the cards are about foods, animals, recycling, or oceans!
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Give your students a fun way to practice distinguishing fact and opinion. This activity can be used in literacy centers, reading stations, small group, or whole group. There are 3 different ways to use the card sort: as a simple card sort file folder center, as a memory game, or as a cut & glue
This fact and opinion notebook sorting activity based on sharks is a great way to practice or assess your students' grasp on fact and opinion.
Included in this product are 16 statements about sharks for students to sort into fact or opinion pockets in their notebooks. I have also used this activit
This Fact and Opinion Lesson is a great way to help students understand the difference between facts and opinions. There are both whole group activities and independent activities included in this pack. I love using this activity as a transition between out opinion writing unit and our informational
Are you familiar with concept sorts? Many people use "sorts" with their spelling or word work programs, but sorting and categorizing can be extremely effective learning strategies for MANY areas including language arts!I have found sorts to be particularly effective in my math and science instructio
We love bats!! Students will have fun writing their opinions about these awesome furry mammals!
This project is the perfect way to use research and informational texts to support writing facts and opinions. The unit includes an easy to follow bat drawing worksheet, fact and opinion sorting and
5 facts and 5 opinions taken directly from "Chameleons are Cool" by Martin Jenkins1. (optional) Read "Chameleons are Cool"2. Hand out both pages 3. Students cut & paste into the correct spot(answers included)