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Jumbled Sentences Exercises 8


Jumbled Sentences Exercises 8: Make meaningful sentences by rearranging the jumbled words.

Jumbled Sentences Exercises 8

Each answer is corrected as soon as you rearrange each sentence correctly. This exercise includes sentences with words in the wrong order and kids have to put them in the right order. Our scrambled words exercises improve kids’ writing skills. Kids will learn how to organise the given jumbled words in a sentence in the correct order and make meaningful sentences. This also helps the kid improve in his or her reading skills. Kids will enjoy the activity by moving the words to the correct places, and also getting the answers corrected at the same time will make it interesting for them to carry on with the exercise. Enjoy making sentences with jumbled words!

Need to unscramble the words in jumbled sentences to make meaningful sentences? Our rearranging jumbled words activities will help you in practising, how to sort out the words in jumbled sentences by putting them in the right order in order to get the meaningful sentences. Try all our rearranging jumbled words activities and be proficient in unscrambling and making meaningful sentences.

Click here to try more rearranging jumbled words or letters activities. Also, click here to try more 5th grade English activities.

[{ "question": "The moon goes around the earth" }, { "question": "Evie likes reading detective stories" }, { "question": "Riley rarely brings the school homework" }, { "question": "Ruby always forgets things" }, { "question": "Spark doesn't bark at thieves" }, { "question": "Mrs. Green lives in California" }, { "question": "Zara doesn't like swimming" }, { "question": "Ava studies Latin every night" }, { "question": "The eight planets in our solar system go around the sun" }, { "question": "You don't have to leave early in the morning" } ]