Ordering Rubric




  Places objects in a random order. Orders objects based on sensory perceptions, and will not conserve the order when objects are moved. Puts objects in order based on one observable property and can explain how it was sequenced and that it doesn’t change when the objects are moved. Understands that putting objects in order is a humans activity that can be changed according to the task. Can use more than one variable in ordering and can transform and reverse the order based on new limitations.

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