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Rearrange Words to Make Sentences

In this worksheet, students practise rearranging words to make them into sentences.

'Rearrange Words to Make Sentences' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:  Writing: Composition

Curriculum subtopic:  Check Own Work for Sense

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

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.

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

Do the same for this jumbled sentence.

 

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

 

dog called my is Poppy

Do the same for this jumbled sentence.

 

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

 

book the fifty pence costs

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

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

 

London capital is England of the

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

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

 

school walks Priya to

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

very car that fast goes

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

we to Blackpool holiday are on going

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

lambs born springtime usually in are

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

called Alex brother is my

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

dancing every Katie goes Saturday

  • Question 1

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

CORRECT ANSWER
Bananas are yellow.
  • Question 2

Do the same for this jumbled sentence.

 

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

 

dog called my is Poppy

CORRECT ANSWER
My dog is called Poppy.
  • Question 3

Do the same for this jumbled sentence.

 

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

 

book the fifty pence costs

CORRECT ANSWER
The book costs fifty pence.
  • Question 4

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

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

 

London capital is England of the

CORRECT ANSWER
London is the capital of England.
EDDIE SAYS
Did you remember to put capital letters at the beginning of the words "London" AND "England"?
  • Question 5

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

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

 

school walks Priya to

CORRECT ANSWER
Priya walks to school.
  • Question 6

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

very car that fast goes

CORRECT ANSWER
That car goes very fast.
  • Question 7

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

we to Blackpool holiday are on going

CORRECT ANSWER
We are going to Blackpool on holiday.
We are going on holiday to Blackpool.
EDDIE SAYS
There are two ways of doing this one! Sometimes the same thing can be said in more than one way.
  • Question 8

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

lambs born springtime usually in are

CORRECT ANSWER
Lambs are usually born in springtime.
Usually lambs are born in springtime.
EDDIE SAYS
This one can be done in two different ways as well. The word 'usually' can go at the front or in the middle of the sentence.
  • Question 9

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

called Alex brother is my

CORRECT ANSWER
My brother is called Alex.
  • Question 10

Rearrange this jumbled sentence.

 

dancing every Katie goes Saturday

CORRECT ANSWER
Katie goes dancing every Saturday.
Every Saturday Katie goes dancing.
EDDIE SAYS
We can put 'every Saturday' at the beginning or the end of the sentence. Did you remember the capital letter for 'Saturday' too?
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