Make a game out of practicing fact and opinion with your child. Cut a piece of paper into eight strips. Write four facts and four opinions on them. Have your child make a pile for facts and a pile for opinions.
Have your child interview four people in the house or four relatives on their opinion on a child friendly topic. For example, should children where uniforms to school. Have them tell you about what each person thought.
Have your child watch a brief report on the news. Ask them to write down one fact and one opinion they heard in the report.
Use real life book examples to teach your child about fact and opinion. For example, a nonfiction text on zebras will give you lots of facts on the animal. However, the author always throw in an opinion by saying the animal is the most fascinating animal alive.
Talk to your child about real current events that give examples of various opinions. Ask your child what their opinion is on the issue.