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*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
Looking for a fun way to teach fact and opinion during the Valentine's Day season? This literacy lapbook is guaranteed to keep your students engaged while they master the reading standard of fact and opinion! Couple this hands-on activity with the popular read aloud, Olivia and the Perfect Valenti
Practice fact and opinion in the days and weeks leading up to Valentine's Day with both of the activities included in this pack. This pack includes 27 cards that can be used to play SCOOT (instructions are included) and a switcheroo activity that students can complete while they play SCOOT. In the
My students love learning with crafts! This simple Valentine's Day themed activity is perfect for a review, reinforcement or assessment of facts and opinions. This activity comes ready to print and use in your classroom but can be customized or differentiated for a variety of learners. This activi
No prep required!!! Help students celebrate Valentine's Day and Black History Month while incorporating CCSS! Craftivity includes two projects. Can be used for Valentine's Day or Black History. Students work to determine if the given themed statements are facts or opinions, while using evidence an
This product is in English and Spanish. It is OK for Spanish Dual Language and Immersion programs. This packet is a great intro to learning about what are facts and what are opinions with the Valentines Day theme. This knowledge can be applied to reading and writing. It is appropriate for early
A fun Valentine's Day Fact and Opinion activity. Students read the sentence and decide if it is a fact or opinion and sort in the correct pile. Also included are two fact and opinion posters- great reference for students in the classroom!
Review the difference between facts and opinions with these 24 Valentine's Day themed task cards. Choose between three-card versions:1. Traditional printable task cards2. Traditional printable task cards with self-checking QR codes3. Digital task cards in Google Slides! Find the link to force a cop
This one-page worksheet helps your students practice fact and opinion. After reading a two-paragraph passage about Valentine's Day, students must determine whether three statements from the passage are facts or opinions. Then they must identify one more fact(s) and one more opinion(s) from the passa
Looking for a FUN, engaging way for your students to practice identifying facts and opinions with a Valentine's Day twist? Well, these 32 tasks cards provide the perfect opportunity! They are adorable, easy to use, and your students will LOVE them! This product includes: - Direction Sheet - 32 t
This product includes 28 task cards with QR codes for self checking. A student reads the card, writes his/her answer on the recording sheet, then scans the QR code to check the answer. These cards can also be used to play a game of SCOOT. Directions are included. Your students will enjoy making the
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*Great for Distance Learning! These task cards can be used for a fun review activity for Valentine's Day! They include sentences with a simple fact or opinion question. There is a printable answer sheet for students if you want to use as a downloaded, printed assignment. Includes 20 task cards wit
This packet is a fun way for students to practice the comprehension skill of determining fact and opinion. Students will cut and paste heart flaps into an interactive notebook or the included recording sheet. They will then match facts and opinions and glue them under the correct heart flap. You c
This fact or opinion digital lesson provides for great peer engagement and social communication with peers. students will review varying statements and information and together decide if the information/statement is a fact or an opinion. This is great for a social skills activity, or to complete in
This deck provides practice identifying facts and opinions with a fun Valentine theme! Included are 14 cards with 2 definition cards and 12 statement cards presenting facts and opinions about Valentine's Day.Benefits of Using Boom Cards No prep required!Fun & Engaging Independent LearningCompati
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2nd - 4th
Your students will love practicing fact and opinion with this Google slide deck. 9 interactive slides to practice including identify the fact or opinion, sorting, and an open-ended response. Google Classroom and Schoology compatible, includes a themed editable slide.
Use this Valentine's Day worksheet on fact and opinion to reinforce your reading and writing lessons. Students have to read the ten sentences related to Valentines Day and then decide if they are facts or opinions. Have fun with this worksheet that students will not mind doing! © Deborah Hayes aka
I've created this fact and opinion practice to work nicely as a reader's workshop daily 5 station activity in addition to resources for a mini lesson. This set includes: 16 valentine's day themed fact & opinion task cards A notebook fold-able Mini Posters for a fact & opinion anchor chart
My chocolate cupcakes are going to be the best in the class!... fact or opinion? This fun activity page combines a fun story about a Valentine's party with practice in identifying fact versus opinion statements. Opinion statements are to be rewritten to make them factual.
This literacy center can be used the entire month of February! This would be great to use to implement common core with nonfiction text. At the beginning of the month I would introduce Valentine's Day as a holiday using nonfiction text. Then, as a class go over the different statements and decide
Valentine's Day is right around the corner and this is the perfect activity for centers. Included you will find 20 cards with either a fact or an opinion. The students will decide if each statement is a fact or an opinion. There is an answer sheet included. This can be used for a center activity
Students read the sentences and decide if they are facts or opinions. Hearts are colored either red or pink, cut out and glued to the correct valentine envelope.
This engaging game is modeled after tic-tac-toe, but students will instead play as "F" and "O." They must read each square, and decide if it is fact or opinion. The person playing "F" must put their letter on a fact, and the person playing "O" must put their letter on an opinion. There are two po
Have you been teaching fact and opinion? Is your class celebrating Valentine's Day?This Valentine's Day Fact and Opinion resource is a great way to combine the two! Hang the fact and opinion mini posters in your room before your lesson and keep them up as a reference all year.You can use the sort a

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