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  • Helpful for a unit of persuasive writing, children practise distinguishing between fact and opinion before writing their own persuasive letters to persuade Santa to get them the gift or toy that they really want for Christmas. 

    , 4 days ago
    • Hi misshigby,
      Great to hear it will be so useful :) Thanks for your feedback!

      , 4 days ago
    • Hi misshigby,
      Great to hear it will be so useful :) Thanks for your feedback!

      , 4 days ago
  • Persuasive writing

    , Apr 4th
  • Great resources to support our new topic of news papers

    , Feb 25th
  • This is a fabulous resource that's given me a good idea for my lesson! The only VERY small thing to mention is the spelling on the third sheet. It's down as 'kilometers' however that's the American spelling as we say 'kilometres' in the UK.

    , Nov 14th
    • Hi helen_ohoro,

      Thank you for your comment on the Twinkl website.

      I will pass this on to our resource team straight away!.

      I hope you have a lovely day! : )

      , Nov 14th
    • Hi there helen_ohoro,
      Thanks for spotting this mistake! We have now corrected it and emailed you the amended resource, I hope you find it useful. It will also be updated on the website soon.

      , Nov 14th
Fact or Opinion Worksheets

Fact or Opinion Worksheets - Fact or opinion? These worksheets aim to help your children differentiate between facts and opinions. The first page asks them to work through a simple checklist of sentences, ticking to show whether they think the statement is fact or opinion. The next page asks them to write their own facts and opinions on different topics. The third page includes short passages for them to pick apart, underlining the parts they think are fact in one colour and the parts they think are opinions in another. The last page features a handy newspaper aticle template, so that they can practice using facts and opinions within a real life context.
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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » English » Keystage 2 » Upper KS2 - Years 5 and 6 » Reading - Comprehension » Distinguish between statements of fact and opinion
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