Facts and Opinions Worksheets
Our free, printable facts and opinions worksheets beef up your children's skills in analyzing literature or informational texts! Get tons of practice in recognizing the difference between a fact and an opinion and using signal words. A fact can be proved or verified while an opinion can't. An opinion is a person's feeling or preference and can vary from person to person. Our worksheets include exercises to identify and distinguish between facts and opinions, writing facts and opinion using the topics given, and a lot more. The answer keys in our pdf facts and opinions worksheets are super-helpful!
These worksheets are ideal for grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.
Go full steam ahead distinguishing facts from opinions with an exciting cut-and-glue activity for 2nd grade and 3rd grade! Cut each sentence, decide if it's a fact or opinion, and glue it in the correct column. Stick to the definitions so you do well.
Many think Michael Jordan is the most popular NBA player, which is their opinion. What is your opinion? Given here are sentences about indoor and outdoor games. Kids in 4th grade and 5th grade write whether they are facts or opinions.
Pay attention and use a variety of signal words, such as good/bad, probably/possibly, guess/think/guess, and in my opinion while writing opinions. Read each fact here. Write an opinion sentence using the underlined word as your lead.
Jolly up in the company of the facts and opinions about animals in this part of our printable facts and opinions worksheets for grade 2 and grade 3. Direct children to read an array of sentences and write if they are facts or opinions.
Put your fact-opinion expertise in to play by writing facts and opinions using the topics in this pdf for grade 4 and grade 5. Remember facts are general truths or things that are documented or can be substantiated, which is not the case with opinions.