Here's a jumbled-words exercise for consolidating present perfect tense forms. The answer key is added. The worksheet is written in the “personal experience” topic, and also A and B versions are added.
Revise the word order in present perfect tense
This sentence form practice handout covers all the sentence forms including the question forms. It aims to consolidate the word order in affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences. Therefore the past participle forms of the verbs are already given. The focus is on the word order.
It should be pretty straightforward for most students and can be ideally used right after the presentation of sentence forms. As English sentence-making is more or less the same in all tenses, you can give it out directly after teaching the meaning of present perfect tense If you have a strong learner class, which will be much more challenging for your students.