SYBSO = BOSSY
TRAYD = TARDY
SACAUB = ABACUS
SCAWEH = CASHEW
FOR THE SMART CHILD, LEARNING TO PUT THINGS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER WAS —
BSSAYAACASE = AS EASY AS A, B, C
Good Monday morning my friends and welcome back to another week of Jumble fun! The Monday puzzle is usually a relatively easy one and today was no exception. All of the clue words were old favorites that came instantly with no trouble whatsoever. I’d choose ABACUS to be the most difficult anagram to decipher just for the fact that it’s such an obscure and archaic word. Moving along to the cartoon, we see Jeff and his wife having an interaction with a young child thay is playing with some trains. Zooming in on the puzzle, you can clearly see that each one has a name on it and they’re all from the cartoon Thomas & Friends. Jeff appears to be offering the child a gift of a train that has Jumble written on it that the young one will have to work into alphabetical position. The solution came instantly after reading the cartoon sentence and dialogue making this puzzle a quick and effortless solve. Enjoy your Monday and I’ll see you right back here tomorrow!