# Cardinality Rubric

## Directions:

- Sit with a student or group of students at a table.
- Put
*four heart shapes*(or other objects) on the table between you and the students. - Give each student a piece of paper and crayon or pencil.
- Ask. Use the paper and crayon or pencil to show or describe what is on the table.
- Write each student's name on a line and write the date in the box that best describes the child's response.

### Scoring sheet:

_____Name_____ |
Vague and prenumericExample: Draws inaccurate marks to represent numbers X O / | \ |
Representation of the object
Example:Draws an object but does not include an appropriate numeric cardinal value |
One to one correspondence with symbols:Example:Draws objects that represent how many (cardinality) with a one to one relationship |
One to one correspondence with numeralsExample:Represents each object with a number 1, 2, 3, 4 or 4, 4, 4, 4 |
Cardinal value aloneExample:Correct cardinality is used to represent the actual value 4 |
Cardinal value and objectExample:Writes the actual value (cardinality) & name of object 4 hearts |
Notes: |
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