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December Family Project

December 1, 2014

 

Dear Parents/Guardians,

For the month of December, we are focusing on The Gingerbread Man. The Kindergarten team is currently reading multiple versions of this story. We compare and contrast the books as well as discuss the characters, setting, and ending of all the books.

For our December family project, we are asking that families come together to create their favorite gingerbread character from one of the books we read. Students will present their gingerbread characters to the class. They must explain why that character was their favorite.

What types of objects could your family use? To get you started, here are some ideas for common objects that you might have lying around…  seeds, popcorn, raisins, peanuts, kernels of corn, ribbons, string, buttons, bottle caps, plastic forks, sticks, etc. Whatever you find!

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This project is due: Friday, December 12, 2014. A rubric is attached so both students and families understand the expectations.

Have fun and happy “baking” (paper baking)

Sincerely,

The Kindergarten Team

 

December Family Project: Favorite Gingerbread Character

 

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Name
Student has first, last name, and date on the project.
Student has first and last name on the project.
Student has just first name.
Student does not have name on the project.
Student did not turn in project.
Turned in on Time
Student turned in project on Friday, December 12, 2014.
Student turned in project on Monday, December 15, 2014.
Student turned in project on Tuesday, December 16, 2014.
Student turned in project on or later than Wednesday, December 17, 2014.
Student did not turn in project.
Objects are Used
Multiple objects were used on the project such as (but not limited to): raisins, seeds, buttons, glitter, etc…
Few objects were used on the project such as (but not limited to): raisins, seeds, buttons, glitter, etc…
Only one object was used on the project such as (but not limited to): raisins, seeds, buttons, glitter, etc…
No objects were used for the project. Student just colored on the project.
Student did not turn in project.
Gingerbread Character
Student correctly represented a gingerbread character that we read as a class.
Student mostly (80%) represented a gingerbread character that we read as a class.
Student somewhat (75%) correctly represented a gingerbread character that we read as a class.
Student did not represented a gingerbread character that we read as a class.
Student did not turn in project.
Presentation Voice
Student presented the project in a Level 4 voice.
Student presented the project in a Level 3 voice.
Student presented the project in a Level 2 voice.
Student presented the project in a Level 1 voice.
Student did not present project.

 

 

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