English /Writing /Informative Texts

The purpose of an information report is to present factual information on a given subject. This collection of information report worksheets and resources helps teach the structure and language features of informative texts. Our collection of resources includes language feature worksheets, information report exemplars, posters and more. Watch our How to Write an Information Report Video.

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Fact & Opinion Sort: First Fleet

Is it a fact or is it an opinion? Cut and paste to sort the fact from the opinion in this First Fleet themed worksheet.

Fact & Opinion Sort: Dogs

Is it a fact or is it an opinion? Cut and paste to sort the fact from the opinion.

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Features of a Report

Read the information report and follow the instructions to analyse the structure and features.