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1 rubric Classroom Behavior       popup preview  

Grade levels:   6-8  
micruz
2 rubric LAND BIOME PROJECT RUBRIC       popup preview  
Students are to thoroughly discuss biome characteristics: climate, flora/fauna, geographic location, weather patterns, biome importance to the global system.

Grade levels:   K-5   9-12  
mshook12
3 rubric Solar System Project       popup preview  

Grade levels:   K-5  
jleahy1286
4 rubric Science Animal Group Project - Grade 1       popup preview  
First grade had to create one (1) animal from a group that was assigned during class, and tell me all about it. The animal should be placed in a model of its natural surrounding/habitat (where it lives or can be naturally found). The student should tell me all about the animal, including the group that it’s in, the food that it eats, where it lives, and any interesting facts that he/she wants to share with the class.

Grade levels:   K-5  
denjobrune
5 rubric Plant Life Cycles       popup preview  
Compare the moss and fern life cycles.

Grade levels:   K-5  
maxine907
6 rubric Science Animal Group Project - Grade 1       popup preview  
First grade had to create one (1) animal from a group that was assigned during class, and tell me all about it. The animal should be placed in a model of its natural surrounding/habitat (where it lives or can be naturally found). The student should tell me all about the animal, including the group that it’s in, the food that it eats, where it lives, and any interesting facts that he/she wants to share with the class.

Grade levels:   K-5  
denjobrune
7 rubric Science Animal Group Project - Grade 1       popup preview  
First grade had to create one (1) animal from a group that was assigned during class, and tell me all about it. The animal should be placed in a model of its natural surrounding/habitat (where it lives or can be naturally found). The student should tell me all about the animal, including the group that it’s in, the food that it eats, where it lives, and any interesting facts that he/she wants to share with the class.

Grade levels:   K-5  
denjobrune
8 rubric Science Fair Project Grading Rubric       popup preview  
Scientific Fair Project

Grade levels:   6-8  
cordella
9 rubric Science Fair Project Grading Rubric       popup preview  
Scientific Fair Project

Grade levels:   6-8  
casey92
10 rubric Water Cycle Song/Rap       popup preview  
2/3 verses chorus water cycle terms also as many other H2O terms

Grade levels:   K-5   6-8  
Kmendensen
11 rubric A Model of Our Solar System       popup preview  
Students will use their knowledge of our solar system and create a 3-dimensional geocentric or heliocentric model of it. The planets should be in the correct positions, and be relatively proportioned to each other. All planets should be clearly labeled. This project is meant to 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 weighted as 2x a unit test.

Grade levels:   6-8   Grad  
aprilblahut
12 rubric 8th Grade General Science Lab Report       popup preview  
Use the "Lab Report Format" to create your lab report. Each of the nine sections in the checklist will be evaluated to compile an overall 100% classwork/project grade for each lab report. Use this rubric to help you critique your lab report so that you may get the highest score possible.

Grade levels:   6-8  
MsHoop
13 rubric Bone and Muscle InfoGraphic Due 1-22       popup preview  
An inforgraphic for base Knowledge of skeletal and muscular system

Grade levels:   6-8   9-12   Undergrad  
Gigem93
14 rubric Science Demonstration Rubric       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
Mary_Kelly
15 rubric Interactive Science Notebook Check       popup preview  
The interactive science notebook is an organization/storage tool to help facilitate references for classwork, discussion & study.

Grade levels:   9-12  
bvelde
16 rubric Grade 8: Available Water for Communities       popup preview  
The purpose of this unit is to facilitate student learning about the different sources of water, and how the source of water affects communities and people. The student will create a project to present their community. The student present facts about their community, and how the source of their water supply affects its growth and development. After the student has gathered all of the research, they will synthesize the information and develop a report and presentation about their community.

Grade levels:   6-8  
stickyrice
17 rubric Science Fair Research Paper       popup preview  
Sophia Academy Science Fair Research Paper Rubric - Middle School. Ms. Tomkins will use this rubric to to grade the research paper portion of your science fair project. Counts as a test grade.

Grade levels:   6-8  
lperr66
18 rubric Nervous System Topic Paper       popup preview  

Grade levels:   9-12  
science808
19 rubric Diagram and Presentation Rubric       popup preview  
The students will put together a diagram to show during their oral presentation. The diagram will contain information that the students collected regarding their Butterfly presentation. The group presentation must cover the stages of butterfly metamorphosis, harmful factors for the butterflies survival, and how to help save the butterfly.

Grade levels:   K-5  
ellemdl
20 rubric Recycled Fashion Show Project       popup preview  
Students design and produce wearable clothing from a minimum of three recycled, reused or repurposed items using an obvious theme. The final presentation will be a "fashion" show with student write-ups describing their clothing, theme and their recyclables. Clothing must include: a hat, shoes, a top and a bottom (pants or skirt) or dress and an accessory item, such as belt, jewelry, gloves, leg warmers, glasses, etc. Items must hang on a hanger and be removable by the wearer.

Grade levels:   K-5   6-8  
mdeleon21467

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