Help sort information into one of two categories-fact or opinion-by using these blank charts.

Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but not to their own facts. We may argue over whether the Metric or Imperial system of measurement is better, but no one can deny that a foot is twelve inches or one hundred centimeters make a meter. Introduce your students to the scientific method, responsible journalism, or general critical thinking by using these charts to designate whether given statements are independently verifiable, or just a personal belief.

Isn't it interesting how people can look at the same facts and hold different opinions about them? At least you'll be able to tell which is which.

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Printable Fact and Opinion Organizers

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2 Rows Fact / Opinion

For listing collections of facts and opinions about a topic listed in the designated header.

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2 Rows Fact / Opinion / Statement

Same as above, but with a central column for noting specific statements about the topic.

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3 Rows Fact / Opinion

Three rows are provided for larger lists of facts and opinions, or multiple participants.

3 Rows Fact / Opinion / Statement

Same as above, but with a central column for noting specific statements about the topic.

4 Rows Fact / Opinion

Four rows are provided for larger lists of facts and opinions, or multiple participants.

4 Rows Fact / Opinion / Statement

Same as above, but with a central column for noting specific statements about the topic.

5 Rows Fact / Opinion

Five rows are provided for larger lists of facts and opinions, or multiple participants.

5 Rows Fact / Opinion / Statement

Same as above, but with a central column for noting specific statements about the topic.

6 Rows Fact / Opinion

Six rows are provided for larger lists of facts and opinions, or multiple participants.

6 Rows Fact / Opinion / Statement

Same as above, but with a central column for noting specific statements about the topic.