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A Model of Our Solar System

  Derived from rubric: Solar System
built by bracka01

Rubric Code: E52426
Grade 4 is beginning a new science unit on Planets and Other Objects in Space. For our project, students will take their knowledge of our solar system and create a 3-dimensional model of it. The planets should be in the correct order and be relatively proportioned to each other (example: Mars should not be bigger than Jupiter). The sun should be included as part of the solar system. All planets should be clearly labeled in some way. This is a project meant to not only see how students view the solar system, but to also showcase their creativity. Students are encouraged to use color and to get creative while learning. This project is worth 30 points and is due March 21. Each student will have to present their project to the class, so they should come prepared to discuss how their 3-D solar system model was created and be able to discuss a little about each planet.
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Categories: Subjects: Science  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5

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3 pts
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5 pts
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Planets are clearly labeled
Poor

No labels are present, very difficult to find, or difficult to read.
Good

Labels are present, but they may have been difficult to find or handwriting could have been improved.
Excellent

Labels are clearly present and are easy to read.
Total points


Creativity
Poor

Very little or no creativity. Minimal color is used.
Good

Some thought has been put into the project. There is some color and the planets are close to their correct color.
Excellent

There is large amounts of creativity being shown. All planets have their correct colors and imagination has been used when designing the solar system model.
Total points


Planets are in the correct order
Poor

Planets are not in the correct order or many are out of place.
Good

One or two planets are out of order.
Excellent

All planets are in the correct order.
Total points


Planets are proportioned correctly
Poor

Planets are not correctly proportioned.

Example: Mars should not be bigger than Jupiter.
Good

The proportions are close but there are a couple mistakes.
Excellent

All planets are correctly proportioned to each other.
Total points


All planets are found.
Poor

Two or more planets are missing.
Good

One planet is missing.
Excellent

All planets are accounted for.
Total points


Presentation
Poor

Student was not able to discuss any details about his/her project. Student was unable to recall any facts about any planets or the solar system.
Good

Student was able to discuss details about his/her project. Student was only able to recall a few facts about a few planets and the solar system.
Excellent

Student was able to discuss details about his/her project. Student was able to recall a significant amount of facts about all the planets and the solar system.
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