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Making a Car 
Start Your engines!!! You are to make a toy car using household materials only. Your car shold be able to compete in a race against other students in the class. Are you ready? Keep in mind, weight, speed, veolcity, friction and momentum.
Rubric Code: T22XW29
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Subject: Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: K-5


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  Novice

2 pts

Amateur

3 pts

Professional

4 pts

Design

Novice

has a body with wheels


use recycleable materials

has at least 3 wheels
Amateur

has a body with turning wheels

use recycleable materials

has 4 wheels
Professional

has a body with turning wheels and in proportion.

use recycleable material

has 4 wheels
Modification

Novice

no or little modification made to car body and wheels with no change or little improvement to performance.
Amateur

some modification to the car body or wheels resulting in improved performance
Professional

great modifications to wheels and body resulting in significant change in performance of car
Performance

Novice

can move up to 50% of track

moves in a straight line
Amateur

can move up to 75% of track

moves in a straight line
Professional

can move the whole track at 100%

moves in a straight line
Criteria

Novice

shows little or no consideration of velocity, friction, weight
Amateur

shows some consideration of velocity, friction, weight or momentum.
Professional

creator obviously took velocity, friction, weight into consideration when designing this car.



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  • speed, velocity & momentum


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