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iRubric: Kindergarten Readiness for Writing rubric

iRubric: Kindergarten Readiness for Writing rubric

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Kindergarten Readiness for Writing built by annmh1

Rubric Code: G5X3WC
Analyze basic preschool taught skills for kindergarten readiness by writing their name, writing the alphabet and drawing a picture of a person.
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Keywords: Kindergarten, readiness
Categories: Subjects: Education  
Types: Writing  
Grade Levels: K-5

Powered by iRubric Kindergarten Writing
  Outstanding
4 pts
Developing
3 pts
Fair
2 pts
Poor
1 pts
Writiting the ABC's
Outstanding

Demonstrating

The student is able to write the upper and lower case letters of the alphabet with distinction.
Developing

Developing

The student is able to write most letters of the upper and lower case of the alphabet.
Fair

Fair

Student is able to write some of the lower and upper case alphabet.
Poor

Poor
Student is not able to write any letters of the alphabet with distinction.
Writing Name
Outstanding

Demonstrating

Student can print his/her first name legibly with the capital letter as the beginning letter followed by lower case letters.
Developing

Developing

The student can write most of their first name legibly with one error in distinction or error in capital vs. lower case distinction.
Fair

Fair
The student is not able to write his first name legibly with more than one error.
Poor

Poor
The student is using strokes as letters.
Drawing a Person
Outstanding

Demonstrating

Student can draw a picture of a person with detail including main body, hair, eyes, nose, mouth, arms and legs.
Developing

Developing

The student can draw a picture of a person with some details and it is recognizable as that of a person.
Fair

Fair

The student is missing main details to identify the picture as that of a person.
Poor

Poor

Student has no marks that identify this picture as a person.
Retelling a story
using pictures for comprehension
Outstanding

Demonstrating

The student can draw an accurate picture the represents what was told in the story
using details to aid comprehension.
Developing

Developing

The student can draw a recognizable picture that shows understanding of comprehension from the story.
Fair

Fair

The student is able to draw a picture with limited details to show comprehension of the story.
Poor

Poor

The student draws a picture that does not relate to the story.



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