# It’s Jumble time!

Jumble is a new game mode in Kahoot! that promotes accuracy and focus over speed. Jumble questions challenge players to place answers in the correct order rather than selecting a single correct answer. Try this mode in action with the best Jumble kahoots!

# English grammar Jumble

Challenge your learners to put the parts of these sentences in correct order.

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# Build the equations!

Math kahoot with a twist: arrange symbols, numbers and words to build algebra equations.

1. (A quick warm up) Put the numbers in order from lowest first to highest
2. Order the results from lowest to highest, if ? = 2
3. Create the equation from this sentence: "A number that is increased by twelve is eighteen"
4. Create the equation from this sentence: "A number divided by 80 is 4 less than 40"
5. Create the equation from this sentence: "A number that is tripled is 8 less than 80"
6. Create the equation from this sentence: "Twenty four is twelve less than three times a number"
7. Create the equation from this sentence: "A sweet costs y cents. Jo buys 50 sweets totalling \$5"
8. Describe this equation: 30 = 5? - 5

# Planets, Moons, & Other Bodies

This science kahoot revolves around our solar system. From 5th grade and up.

1. Organize the celestial bodies in order from smallest to largest.
2. How many moons are there in our solar system?
3. Order these celestial bodies from largest to smallest.
4. In what year did Isaac Newton describe how gravity worked?
5. Fill in the blanks. Your weight is a measure of the force of gravity ____ ____ ____ ____
6. Fill in the blanks. Stars produce ____ ____ ____ ____

# Our Solar System

Here's another great kahoot about the Solar System, created for elementary grades.

1. Starting at the nucleus of our Sun, put the layers of the sun in order.
2. Place the first 4 stages of the "Life Cycle of a Star" in order from the beginning.
3. Place the FIRST 4 planets in order starting with the closest to the Sun.
4. Place the LAST 4 planets in our Solar System in order starting after Mars.
5. From the beginning, order the events that lead up to the creation of our Sun.
6. Put these planets in order from largest to smallest.
7. Put the 4 inner planets in order by their size from smallest to largest.
8. Put the 4 OUTER planets in order by their size from smallest to largest.
9. Place the planets in by their "orbital period" from largest to smallest.
10. Order the planets at Earth, THEN place the "Asteroid Belt" where it belongs.

# U.S. Political Jumble time

A fun and engaging way to learn more about U.S. politics for players of different ages.

1. What is the chronological order to get a bill passed?
2. When was democracy created?
3. Put these states in increasing order of number of electoral college votes
4. Put these former U.S. presidents in order chronologically
5. Put these states in increasing order by their voter turnout rate in the 2012 national election
6. 1: Right to bear arms | 2: Repealed 18th Amendment | 3: Freedom of speech | 4: Banned alcohol
7. How many people are in the House of Representatives?
8. Put these former presidents in increasing order by the age that they took office