Daily Archives: April 5, 2015

FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON “Task Cards: Fact and Opinion”

By Christina L
Grades 3-6



This a small sample of my task card collection. These task cards are larger than normal (8 questions each) so students can work on just one card. More advanced students may complete more than one card.
Great for literacy centers and small group intervention!
A “user friendly” method of displaying them is to laminate them, punch a hole in the corner and attach them with a binder ring.

• 6 Task Cards (8 questions each) + Answer Keys (Both black and white and colored backgrounds included)
• Recording sheet to show completion of each card

Topics include:
• Fact and Opinion (Decide if each statement is a fact or an opinion.)
• Fact and Opinion Writing (Choose a topic and write one fact and one opinion statement.)
• Fact and Opinion (Read both statements. Decide which is the opinion and which is the fact.)


Here is a list of all my available Task Cards:
Task Cards: Compare and Contrast (Common Core Grades 3-5)
Task Cards: Prepositional Phrases, Run-Ons, Fragments and Complete Sentences (Common Core Grades 3-5)
Task Cards: Prefixes, Suffixes, Roots (Common Core Grades 3-6)
Task Cards: Multiple Meaning Words and Homophones (Common Core Grades 3-6)
Task Cards: Simple, Compound and Complex Sentences (Common Core Grades 3-5)
Task Cards: Proofreading (Common Core Grades 3-5)
Task Cards: Similes, Metaphors and Idioms (Common Core Grades 3-6)
Task Cards: Parts of Speech (Common Core Grades 3-5)
Task Cards: Cause and Effect (Common Core Grades 3-5)
Task Cards: Similes, Metaphors and Idioms (Common Core Grades 3-5)
Task Cards: Synonyms, Antonyms and Homophones (Common Core Grades 3-5)
Task Cards: Punctuation (Common Core Grades 3-5)

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Thank you!

Christina  gg65616820

Science Lesson – Earth Day Webquest

Intermediate Science Lesson

By Brittany Washburn


Send your students to the computer and let them work independently through 8 interactive websites. A reading passage with vocabulary is included to help them answer the 4 essential questions. In my classroom I have my students answer the questions in their notebooks so that I can check for understanding when I review their notebooks. This can be done all at once (45 minutes for most students) or over several days in the classroom.

For more science webquests, check out my TpT Store, Blog, and Pinterest Boards

TpT Store




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