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Invent-A-Toy Project

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Rubric Code: UX9XBA3
Each team will develop a toy using Little Bits. The toy should be fun, engaging, and something children would want to play with. Be creative and have fun!
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Keywords: toy
Categories: Subjects: Engineering   Social Sciences   Vocational  
Types: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5

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  Outstanding
5 pts
Very Good
4 pts
Good
2 pts
Fair
3 pts
Poor
1 pts
Attractively Constructed
Outstanding

Toy is extremely well-put together. No obvious mistakes. A child would want to play with this toy.
Very Good

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

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

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

Toy is flimsy. It will easily fall apart if given to a child. This toy would not catch the attention of a child.
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.
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.
Good

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

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

The toy does not do what it is intended to do.
Materials
Outstanding

Little Bits are used correctly and create an interesting toy. All circuits are functional. All parts are covered so a small child could not break the toy easily.
Very Good

Most of the Little Bits are used correctly. All circuits are functional. All parts are covered so a small child could not break the toy easily.
Good

Some of the Little Bits are used correctly. Some circuits are functional. All parts are covered so a small child could not break the toy easily.
Fair

Only a few Little Bits are used. Some circuits are functional. Some parts are covered so a child might break it.
Poor

Materials, circuits, and coverings are not used.
Directions
Outstanding

Group wrote complete and correct directions for how to use the toy. If the child follows all directions, the toy will work correctly.
Very Good

Group wrote most of the directions of how to use the toy.
Good

Group wrote some of the directions.
Fair

Group wrote a few directions.
Poor

Group did not write any directions.
Team Work
Outstanding

All group members worked well with one another. Conflicts were handled in a polite manner. Everyone participated.
Very Good


Good

Some group members worked well together. Most students participated.
Fair


Poor

The group did not work well together. Only one person created the entire project.



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