Fact or Fib is a fun activity that the kids love...and it's a different way to review vocabulary words or concepts. This activity COULD be used as a worksheet, but I find it more successful if I lead the activity orally.
The activity contains 25 statements. 17 of them concern vocab and concepts dealing with lines and angles (ex. "Adjacent angles are angles that are beside each other."), while 8 of them are just for fun ("Dolly Parton once lost a Dolly Parton look-alike contest.").
Students must determine, without shouting out responses, whether each statement read is a Fact or a Fib. I read each statement twice, then say "Fact or Fib? Hold it up!" At that time, students hold up a sign that says either Fact or a sign that says Fib. They aren't allowed to hold it up until I call for them so other students cannot steal someone else's response. I then reveal the correct answer.
I have included a sheet that I hand out that says Fact and Fib. I hand one out to each student and have them fold it in half, so that the words show on either side of the paper. They use it as their signs.
An answer key is included as well. The answers are label as either T (Fact) or F (Fib).