Fact and Opinion Worksheets and Activities | Reading Comprehension Activities

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Tiffany Gannon
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1st - 2nd, Homeschool
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  1. Looking to enhance your comprehension instruction with engaging and memorable activities? This BUNDLE contains all of my reading comprehension units, which are full of activities, crafts, and NO PREP graphic organizers to introduce and practice these comprehension skills and strategies in a way your
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Make teaching fact and opinion fun with these engaging, rocking reading comprehension activities! These fact and opinion activities are low prep and perfect for creating a learning experience for your students. Use these activities to transform your reading comprehension instruction!

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 designed to be used with ANY story or basal. I have included a list of books that are perfect to use when teaching identifying fact and opinion within a text.

This resource includes:

  • Book suggestions for teaching fact and opinion
  • Fact and opinion anchor chart and posters
  • Fact and Opinion Rock Star Rehearsal activity, directions, and recording sheet
  • VIP backstage passes
  • Student bookmarks
  • Fact and opinion sort opening activity
  • Freddy Fact and Olivia Opinion crafts
  • Fact and opinion graphic organizer
  • Fact Finder graphic organizer
  • Oh, Opinions! graphic organizer
  • Fact finder and opinion hunt interactive notebook headers
  • Fact or opinion cut and paste sort
  • Mini fact and opinion book
  • Flapbook
  • Exit Tickets (2 different versions)
  • Brown Bag Book Club Activity with Nonfiction and Fiction Discussion Cards

I have students tell me how much fun they had at the end of my comprehension activities, so it definitely will keep them engaged!

TEACHERS LIKE YOU SAID…

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Gretchen says, "This has great visuals for my 2nd grade ELLs. We keep referring back to the anchor charts for support with new academic vocabulary. Thank you!"

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Christy says, "Student enjoyed this learning activity. It was engaging and helps make this skill concrete for students."

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