Originally found in my "Create Your Own Holiday" project, this resource was created out of the need for me to be able to use a single rubric to evaluate the many projects my students create each day. Instead of recreating new rubrics for each project, I made one that was general enough to use again and again.
Here's what you're getting in this resource:
-Two different kinds of rubrics.
One is an analytic rubric with criteria for content, quality, and creativity scored for 1-5 points. The other version is a single-point rubric. This rubric lists criteria for proficiency in the middle and then has comment banks to the left and right. The comment bank on the left is for you to record areas in which the child still has opportunities for growth. The bank on the right side is for you to note areas in which the child has demonstrated above-average performance on the project criteria.
-There are two versions of the single-point rubric.
One has point values assigned to each criterion and one does not. This allows you to either not assign points, or to assign the number of points you prefer.
-Three design choices for each rubric.
If you’re like me, I love having the color versions for myself to either pin up near my desk or to hang on display in the classroom for students to refer to. But of course, printing a million of those in full color probably won’t win you points with the copy police, so I made some ink-saving options as well.
-Colorful and Ink-saver options
*Please note, the preview file looks a little blurry from being compressed, but the file for purchase is clear!
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