World Records | Fact or Opinion | Paper and Digital
Our students needed practice learning the difference between facts and opinions so we created this activity around facts of world records where students create their own record book. We were looking for a fun theme to use all year and our students loved it.
This engaging product includes:
- a detailed lesson plan with a variety of activities revolving around world records.
- a Google Slides version.
- student pages.
- answer keys.
- templates to make your own classroom or school record book.
- fact or opinion sorting activity.
- research activity.
- writing activity.
- record-keeping activity.
Our fourth and fifth graders LOVED it so much, we modified it slightly for our third and sixth graders in our school (but the record-keeping activity can be done with any grade in any school setting).
This activity is enhanced with the use of any copies of Guinness Book of World Records you can find.
Ninja Note: To access the digital version, download the PDF and click on the link in the file.
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