A set of worksheets where students un-jumble words to create a sentence.
They are given a group of words which they re-order to create a grammatically correct sentence.
There are two versions of this resource. The main version (one star), indicates the starting word of the sentence with a capital letter and the ending word with a full stop. The extended version (two stars), does not include these indicators and requires the student to determine the starting word themselves make these additions themselves.
You can access the extended version using the drop-down menu next to the download button.
This resource is included in Glorious Grammar (Early Years) Volume 1 – Worksheet Book.
Australian Curriculum alignment
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