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1st grade
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Fact vs. Opinion Sort
Fact vs. Opinion Sort
Worksheet
Fact vs. Opinion Sort
Before students write opinion pieces, they need to understand the difference between facts and opinions. This worksheet teaches them to do just that by having students cut out various statements and sort them into fact and opinion categories.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
It’s Okay to Argue
It’s Okay to Argue
Lesson Plan
It’s Okay to Argue
We don’t want arguments in the classroom, right? Actually arguments aren’t all bad! In this lesson, students learn to write argumentative essays.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Lesson Plan
Snakes: Pro or Con?
Snakes: Pro or Con?
Worksheet
Snakes: Pro or Con?
Engage your students in argumentative writing by having them share an opinion on a topic that may elicit diverse feelings—pet snakes! Students will use this writing prompt to practice writing an argumentative paragraph using supporting evidence.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Support Your Opinion
Support Your Opinion
Worksheet
Support Your Opinion
Help your students prepare to write an argumentative piece with this writing prompt activity. This worksheet will jumpstart the writing process by having students articulate an opinion and come up with supporting evidence and details.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Homework: Pro or Con?
Homework: Pro or Con?
Worksheet
Homework: Pro or Con?
Engage your students in argumentative writing by having them share an opinion on a topic that may be near and dear (or not so dear!) to their hearts—homework!
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Tell Me the Facts & Opinions
Tell Me the Facts & Opinions
Worksheet
Tell Me the Facts & Opinions
Are your students getting ready to write their own opinion pieces? Set students up for success with this worksheet that will have them record and differentiate facts and opinions about a topic of their choice.
1st grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet