Is That a Fact?

Updated on 10 January 2020

Grade

Grade 4 - Grade 6

Description

There is life on other planets. People have tiny insects living in their eyelashes. You may have heard these common sayings before. But are they really true? Can they be proven through research? The Is That a Fact? series investigates and finds out which statements are true, which ones are false, and which ones still stump researchers! See if you can tell the difference between fact and fiction in this fun, high-interest series that emphasizes critical thinking.

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*Is That a Fact?: Series Teaching Guide 824 KB PDF

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