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Child Development Toy Project

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Rubric Code: U567B2
Create a toy that displays understanding of intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development of a young child that is also safe, durable, and attractive. This toy must be created by household items.
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Keywords: toy
Categories: Subjects: Vocational  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Outstanding
20 pts
Very Good
15 pts
Good
10 pts
Fair
5 pts
Poor
0 pts
Attractively constructed
Outstanding

Toy is extremely well-put together. Looks like a professional and/or manufactured toy. No obvious mistakes. A child would want to play with this toy. (Points x2)
Very Good

Toy is well-put together. A lot of care and consideration was put into it. A few mistakes. (Points x2)
Good

Toy is put together fairly well. There are several mistakes; however still fairly solid. (Points x2)
Fair

Toy will not stand the test of time. It might last a little bit but will fall apart after a couple of uses. (Points x2)
Poor

Toy is flimsy. It will easily fall apart if given to a child. This toy would not catch the attention of a child. (Points x2)
Functionality
Outstanding

The toy does what it is intended to do. If a child/parent followed the directions, he/she would easily be able to understand how the toy is to be used. (Points x2)
Very Good

The toy does what it is intended to do. If a child/parent followed the directions, he/she would be able to use the toy, however they might have to ask questions of the designer first. (Points x2)
Good

The toy does what it is intended to do for just part of the time. Therefore the design is not completely though-out. (Points x2)
Fair

The toy does only a small portion of what it is intended to do. (Points x2)
Poor

The toy does not do what it is intended to do. (Points x2)
Enrichment
Outstanding

The toy enriches at least two areas of development. It is apparent and easy to determine what areas of development can be fostered by the use of this toy. (Points x2)
Very Good

The toy enriches two areas of development, but not thoroughly. For example, they have to pick up a ball (which helps with physical development but not as much as having to pick it up and throw it). (Points x2)
Good

The toy enriches two areas of development, but at a minimum. This means only a little bit of the time it would help in their development. (Points x2)
Fair

The toy only enriches one area of development. (Points x2)
Poor

The toy does not enrich any areas of development. (Points x2)
Age appropriate
Outstanding

A child who was given this toy in the age range could successfully complete the activity.
Very Good

A child who was given this toy in the age range would need a little assistance.
Good

A child who was given this toy in the age range would need some assistance.
Fair

A child who was given this toy in the age range would need a lot of assistance.
Poor

A child who was given this toy in the age range would not be able to use this toy.
Safety criteria
Outstanding

Toy meets all safety criteria as given in class.
Very Good

Toy meets most safety criteria as given in class.
Good

Toy meets some safety criteria as given in class.
Fair

Toy only meets a few safety criteria as given in class.
Poor

Toy does not meet all safety criteria as given in class.



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