Rearrange Words to Make Sentences
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  • Introduction
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A sentence needs to make sense.

 

Look at these words: dog bone the its ate.

 

They don't make sense like this, but if we swap them round and add a capital letter and a full stop we get a proper sentence.

The dog ate its bone.

 

 

In this worksheet, you can practise making proper sentences out of jumbled words.

  • Question 1
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Here is a jumbled sentence. Swap the words round so that it makes sense and write the new sentence in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to put in a capital letter and full stop (not a question mark)!

 

yellow bananas are

  • Question 2
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Do the same for this jumbled sentence.

 

Don't forget to put in a capital letter and full stop!

 

dog called my is Poppy

  • Question 3
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Do the same for this jumbled sentence.

 

Don't forget to put in a capital letter and full stop!

 

book the fifty pence costs

  • Question 4
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Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

Don't forget to put in a capital letter and full stop!

 

London capital is England of the

  • Question 5
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Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

Don't forget to put in a capital letter and full stop!

 

school walks Priya to

  • Question 6
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Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

very car that fast goes

  • Question 7
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Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

we to Blackpool holiday are on going

  • Question 8
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Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

lambs born springtime usually in are

  • Question 9
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Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

called Alex brother is my

  • Question 10
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Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

dancing every Katie goes Saturday

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