Alright you rubric lovers, I've got some goodies for you! You all know how much I adore using rubrics for writing. It's totally changed my ability to accurately and comprehensively score student writing. I decided to try out a math rubric last year for addition. In math, some of the best learning is done without a worksheet. I love to use more authentic methods during math (but don't get me wrong, I also do plenty of worksheets). I was struggling with how to include these observations of student learning into my grading system. That one rubric I made totally helped me assess my students more thoroughly with addition! It also became a good guide for me. It sort of kept me on track while working with students. So I made another and then another. My rubrics listed the criteria (or skills/abilities that students should be demonstrating). Good assessment takes time, but I feel like these rubrics are a great tool for any math teacher.
So here they are:
These are all carefully aligned to the first grade common core standards. I made several options for each strand, some more detailed than others.
You can find this at my stores:
These are on sale today only!
In case you missed it the first time, here's that addition rubric freebie.
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