Hi! I have a pacing guide for both math and ELA in my TPT store that you can download for free. My math pacing guide aligns very closely to the math assessment tasks that are in my TPT store. As far as a rubric for math assessments, I think it just depends on what your county/district requires of you. For example, in my county we only have two scores for students on math assessments. A student is marked CU for complete understanding or DU for developing understanding. In order for a student to be scored as Complete Understanding they have to show 80% accuracy on the assessment task. Once all assessment tasks are completed for the quarter, then we determine if the student is CU or DU overall based on all the assessments that were completed in that quarter. For example, in the first quarter if there are 11 assessments, a student has to score a CU on at least 9 out of the 11 (which is 81% proficient) to be considered Complete Understanding overall in the first quarter. If your district doesn't have a rubric or scoring guide that they require you to use, I would suggest using something like I've listed above because it is very simple to figure out 80% of any task, so you should be able to score everything consistently using that method.
I hope that helps - let me know if I can help in any other ways! Good luck in first grade this year! :)
July 30, 2013