This worksheet asks your student to turn facts into opinions and opinons into facts!
Fact and Opinion Worksheet Activities
Whether they are analyzing literature or informational texts, it is important for students to recognize the difference between a fact and an opinion. A fact is statement proven to be true. An opinion is a stated preference or idea, which may vary from source to source or person to person. You may view and download these worksheets by clicking on the title below. They are free for you to print and use at home or in class.Be sure to check out all of our reading worksheets. If you're looking for more activities, check out www.readingvine.com's fact and opinion reading passages.
In this worksheet your student will write facts and opinions about a variety of subjects.
Here’s a fun game for students to learn the difference between facts and opinions!
The mighty elephant is the focus of this fact or opinion worksheet.
Time to identify the facts and opinions!