Solving a word scramble puzzle is a lot of fun, especially if you like word play games. Scrambles are also a great classroom activity for spelling and vocabulary reinforcement. Notice the two-part instructions on this engaging worksheet.
Unscramble each word and write it in the blank on the printable page. When you’re done, you should be able to match each word to another word on the list that is its opposite. Write these opposite pairs on the back of your page.
Here are the scrambled words from the printable page:
1. t r a s t
h i g
2. r a c e c s
3. r a t e d p
4. m u a f s o
5. n a c v a t
6. d o c r e k o
7. q o p e u a
8. v i r r e a
9. o x p m c l e
10. n a d u t n b a
11. m i l p e s
12. g l a r s u i n
13. c o p i d u c e
14. w o n u n k n
15. u l l r a p
16. p r e n a r s t a t n
Answers appear with the printable page, and also by clicking on the blue button here. But please don't peek until you've given each word your best attempt!
Need some word scramble help? (Most of us do from to time!) Read these helpful tips and specific examples.
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While you're waiting for me to write more scrambles here, you can find lots of entertaining scrambles on my other website. Here are just two of them:
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