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Making Pizza

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Rubric Code: S5AX85
What is needed to make a good pizza
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Grade Levels: K-5


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Making a pizza
  Poor
1 pts
Fair
2 pts
Good
3 pts
Following Directions
The placement of pizza toppings in order.
Poor

Toppings unappealing to the eyes.
Fair

Toppings mixed up. Not putting cheese first
Good

Pizza toppings are creative and is in layers.
Ceativity
Useag of different toppings.
Poor

Lacking of toppings
Fair

Toppings used not flavorable
Good

Flavorable toppings and taste of pizza.
Sauce
Pizza sauce
Poor

No sauce used
Fair

Sauce only used on half of the pizza.
Good

Used pizza Sauce
Crust Presentation
Crust should be edible and appetizing.
Poor

Crust is unappetizing
Fair

Crust is dark brown
Good

Golden Brown crust
Overall Presentation
Looks good and smells good
Poor

Presentation was not appealing to the eyes of the audience.
Fair

Pizza tasted good but was not apealing to the eyes.
Good

Pizza was appealing to the eyes and tasted good



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