Common Core math standards require students to think mathematically at high levels and to show their math thinking in many ways. This rubric is based on all 8 Common Core Standards for Mathematical Practice, although similar standards are grouped together into 5 categories so that points add up to 100. In addition, students have an opportunity to earn an extra point from each category by going beyond requirements. It is written in detailed, easy to understand terms using “I” statements and can be used for any math workshop task, requiring students to prove that they used all 8 standards in order to receive full credit (or to show expectations if not using for grading purposes), even if task instructions do not ask them to. The peer editing checklist contains the same components as the rubric. Both the rubric and checklist can be used for any grade, although it would be most suitable for grades 4 and up if students are using it independently.