Facts vs. Opinions

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Learn about facts vs. opinions in this reading comprehension worksheet. Kids will read two sets of text and decide which is fact and which is opinion. Kids can use their powers of comprehension to analyze each of these texts. One paragraph is a recipe for chocolate chip cookies, and the other is a narrative about a mother's freshly baked cookies. Your child will decide whether each paragraph contains facts vs. opinions, then circle the correct answer.

Second Grade Reading Comprehension Worksheets: Facts vs. Opinions
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