3 part worksheet designed to strengthen students' understanding of fact vs. opinion. In part 1, students will look at statements that mix fact and opinion. They will underline facts and put opinions in parentheses. In part 2, the statements are more complex. Students must write the facts and opinions beneath each example. In part 3, students write their own statements of mixed fact and opinion. This is especially helpful for confusing statements like, "The new dress code will help student behavior, though students are against it." In this statement, many students tend to think "Students are against it" is the opinion. Practice makes perfect! A teacher answer key is also provided.