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Browse our collection of fact and opinion worksheets to help students differentiate between facts and opinions. This is a very important reading strategy for students to learn. Facts can be proven, opinions can’t. Watch our Fact & Opinion Video.

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Fact & Opinion from Pictures (2)

List at least 3 facts and 3 opinions for each picture.

Fact & Opinion from Pictures (1)

List at least 3 facts and 3 opinions for each picture.

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