Make writing rubrics easy with editable templates! The fun smiley faces icons and illustrated criteria are perfect for elementary visual art lessons! You’ll love the Google Slide rubrics that are ready to use or edit. Download them as PowerPoint files or use your own software to start from scratch with the png files for rubric boxes, smiley faces, and other clip art.
✨ Be sure to look at the preview images to see what you get. ✨
Here’s a Summary of What You Get:
- Illustrated Instructions (12 pages)
- Editable Rubrics (Google Slides) (16 pages)
- Non-Editable Rubrics (12 pages)
- Rubric Boxes (10 pages)
- Criteria (18 files)
- Pictures (16 files)
- Student Labels (10 files)
- Face (6 files)
- Descriptors by Students (6 pages)
>>>> A total of 106 pages!
What You Get in More Detail:
💛 Illustrated Instructions (12 pages) – 6 pages of instructions and 6 reference pages that show you visually what you get in each folder. To use this rubric kit, you will need software to insert and layer images easily. The samples included in this kit are made in Google Slides and can be edited to fit your needs. Other software, such as Adobe InDesign or PowerPoint, will also work if you want to start from scratch.
💛 Editable Rubrics (12 pages):
You will also get 12 pages of pre-made rubrics in Google Slides that can be printed and used as is or edited to best fit your students’ projects. You can also download the editable samples as PowerPoint files.
💛 Rubric Boxes (10 pages) – 10 different formats of rubrics (also available with a light border):
- 3×4 has room for 3 different criteria and 3 levels of performance
- 4×4 has room for 4 different criteria and 3 levels of performance
- 5×4 has room for 5 different criteria and 3 levels of performance
- 4×5 has room for 4 different criteria and 4 levels of performance
- Blank Prompts has 3 criteria, 3 levels, and room for student goals (you can add your own prompts if desired)
- Prompts have 3 criteria, 3 levels, room for student goals, and generic prompts for goal writing
- There is also a version with 3 criteria, 4 levels, room for student goals, and generic prompts for goal writing
- Best & Worst has 2 writing areas for students to answer the questions about what they did best and what they need to work on.
- Writing No Question has 2 writing areas and a place for you to add your own question.
- Explain Level has 2 criteria and a place for students to explain why they chose that level.
💛 Criteria (18 files) – 18 different criteria already written with pictures included. Each criterion can be selected and pasted over the blank rubric in the first box of each row. (See sample rubrics for an example)
💛 Pictures (16 files) – 16 different clip art pictures of art supplies and icons to use in the criteria area of the rubric. You can have the picture for younger students or type in your own criteria in addition to the image. Also, think of this as getting 16 clip art files. This alone can be very useful.
💛 Student Labels (10 files) – 10 different styles of labels that you can use under the smaller rubrics (3×4 and 4×4). (See sample rubrics for examples.) Also, think of this as getting 10 clip art labels that can be used for other things. This alone can be useful.
💛 Faces (6 files) – 6 different smiley faces with expressions to show different performance levels.
💛 Editable Rubric Samples (16 pages) – 12 different editable rubrics in Google Slides (12 light-style and 12 dark-style). There are instructions in the lower section of each Google slide. You could also download the files as PPT files to edit in PowerPoint. The last 4 pages of the Google Slides have movable images that you can copy and paste to edit the files.
💛 Rubric Samples (12 png files) – You’ll get a folder of PNG files of the same rubrics that are editable in Google Slides. The PNG files will give you a quick picture of the rubric samples in case you don’t have or want to use Google Slides to make your rubrics. You can quickly print and use any of these pages to have a rubric done and ready to go!
💛 Descriptors By Students (6 pages) – 6 pages, each with a different face indicating a level of performance. These pages can be used for student-generated descriptors. There is also a text file of instructions to give you ideas about how to do this.
What happy teachers are saying:
Loved this bundle. It was very easy to use. My students and I created a rubric together to grade our research project. It really had them take ownership for their work.
~ Lani G.
I am not a very tech savy so I was worried it would be over my abilities. This is so easy to use. There are lots of examples and clear instructions. I love that I can put in the language of our classroom to make the criteria clear. Definitely worth the money.
I love how many different ways this resource can be used. Age appropriate and easy for kids to understand.
~ Kelly H.
• create rubrics for your personal use and to use with your students.
• create rubrics for a lesson you sell on Teacher Pay Teachers or other similar sites, provided that you give credit to Expressive Monkey somewhere in the document. Link to Expressive Monkey’s store if possible 🙂
• share the lessons you’ve made, including the rubrics made with the rubric kit, with other teachers, provided that you give credit to Expressive Monkey somewhere in the document.
• let others know where to find the rubric kit in Expressive Monkey’s store.
• use Expressive Monkey’s logo (included) to give Expressive Monkey credit in your lesson.
You may not:
• share the rubric kit with other teachers.
• sell or giveaway rubrics made with the rubric kit that are not part of a lesson.
You can get the Rubric Kit in a money-saving bundle that will Make Teaching Art Easier.
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