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Create a Body Systems Board Game 
Create a board game that utilizes all learning vocabulary and concepts from the Body Systems in Science. You must create a rules that explains how to play the game. The game board needs to be creative, with a game name, and all of the materials to play the game must be included. Questions must be printed by hand or typed. Be original and do not copy an existing commercial board game. Have fun!
Rubric Code: G246669
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 6-8

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Science - Circulatory Systems
  Extending

(N/A)

Proficient

(N/A)

Developing

(N/A)

Emerging

(N/A)

Game Board

Extending

*Game is handed in on time.
*Design is a clear representation of the science content, easy to play and rules are well written.
*Gameboard is very colorful and clearly demonstrates creativity
Proficient

*Game is handed in on time.
*Design is partly representative of the science content, it may be a little confusing to play and rules are limited.
*Gameboard demonstates some creativity.
Developing

*Game is handed in on time.
*Design is somewhat representative of the science content, the game is difficult to play and rules are poorly written.
*Gameboard may be colorful but not too creative.
Emerging

*Game is late or not submitted.
*Design is poor, with little or no relevance to topic. No rules or instructions evident.
*Gameboard is lacking creativity and/or color.
Number of questions required

Extending

Game includes more than 15 questions that pertain to the unit of their choice
Proficient

Game has 10-15 questions pertaining to the unit of their choice
Developing

Game has 5-10 questions pertaining to the unit of their choice.
Questions may or may not be written neatly on index cards. Questions are neatly written with answers.
Emerging

Game has less than 5 questions and they are not all from the unit the group choose. Questions are unclear and unorganized.
Spelling, punctuation & grammar

Extending

Few, if any errors; these do not distract the game player. Occasionally misspells complex words.
Proficient

Few errors; these do not affect meaning. Appears to be carefully edited and proofread. Few spelling errors.
Developing

Noticeable errors may cause confusion; often surface errors could be fixed by careful proofreading. May include careless errors.
Emerging

Frequent noticeable errors distract the players and may interfere with meaning. Many spelling errors.
Rules sheet

Extending

Rules sheet has few, if any errors and is extremely neat.
The game is very easy to understand.
Player does not have to ask questions on how to play the game.
Proficient

Rules sheet has few errors and is written neatly.
The game is somewhat easy to understand.
Player does not have to ask many questions on how to play the game.
Developing

Rules sheet has some errors. Understanding the game is somewhat difficult.
Player has to ask several questions to understand how to play the game.
Emerging

Rules sheet is hard to read and many written mistakes or there is no rules sheet. The game is very difficult to understand and players have to ask many questions to play the game. Does not have Student expectations.
Game astetics

Extending

Game includes all of the necessary pieces to play the game.
Game is also visually appealing and fun to play
Proficient

Game is missing one of necessary pieces to play the game.
Game is somewhat visually appealing and is kind of fun to play, but not enjoyable.
Developing

Game is missing two of the necessary pieces to play the game
Game has some ascetics but is not very fun to play
Emerging

Game is missing three or more of the necessary pieces to play the game.
Game is not visually appealing and is not fun to play
Student Expectation

Extending

Student participated in creating and bringing supplies for the game.
Proficient

Student participated in creating the game but did not bring any supplies.
Developing

Student participated in creating the game, somewhat, and did not bring any supplies.
Emerging

Student did not participate in creating the game and did not bring any supplies.



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  • Game, board game







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