This is a great game for your students to place when reviewing or introducing fact and opinion.
**Included in this file is the color AND the black and white version.
Students identify facts and opinions by placing cards on fact and opinion mats.
1. Place the fact and opinion mats in the middle. Place fact or opinion cards face down in a stack.
2. Taking turns, student one draws the top card from the stack (without revealing it) and
reads the sentence to student two (e.g., "Apples, peaches, and oranges are types of fruit").
3. Student two decides if the sentence is a fact or opinion and responds (i.e., "That's a fact").
4. Student one checks the bottom of the card for the answer (i.e., fact or opinion). If correct,
student one gives the card to student two who places it on the designated mat. If incorrect, the
card is placed at the bottom of the stack.
5. Reverse roles.
6. Continue until all cards are placed on the mats.