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Bridge building to the max. This bridge project was greatly loved by the students. For technology education classes. Advanced bridge building. Design. Scale. Forces. Measurement using calipers. Geometry. A unit all on its own. I have pictures of the student's projects and video of the testing. Send
No-Prep! Thirty-two science weekly enrichment projects in which students research engaging topics and then answer the follow-up questions. The questions, not only provide an authentic way for students to broaden their depth of science knowledge in a natural way, but they reinforce basic science grad
This " Bridges Activity Packet " teaches students about bridges and engineering in a fun and interactive way, with many reading, drawing and puzzle activities. These activities are designed for kids at all levels between Grades 2 and 6. Please note that not all activities in this packet will meet
How do we design and build bridges? Why did engineers choose the 'suspension bridge' design to build the Golden Gate Bridge instead of an 'arch bridge'? What other bridge designs are there? Enjoy this fun project with your students and teach them the wonders of engineering and physics by looking at
PREVIEW AVAILABLE!LIKE WHAT YOU SEE? CHECK OUT OTHER STEM RESOURCES IN MY SHOP!The best-selling series with thousands of sales of individual projects, packs, and collections has just gotten bigger! That's right, there are 50 MORE NEW experiments to do. Get all 3 books to have 150 physics labs. You c
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4th - 12th, Higher Education
**Updated to include the original WORD version of the student response booklet in case you need to make changes. This weekly lesson plan goes along with the common core curriculum map for 2nd grade: Building Bridges with Unlikely Friends. It is the SECOND week in my building bridges Unit. In this w
A suspension bridge is one of the oldest of engineering forms. Suspension bridges were constructed by primitive peoples using vines for cables and mounting the roadway directly on the cables. This project puts a new "spin" on the typical suspension bridge challenge. The students only have one hour
This Straw Bridges STEM project is good anytime during the school year. It is a hands-on STEM activity that will keep your students engaged (see video preview) while working in small groups of 3 or 4 to build the strongest bridge in the classroom using straws, masking tape, and yarn. Included is 3 p
This is a 25 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on a National Construction Project - Building the Brooklyn Bridge. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs. Of all the engineering advances in the 1800s, the Brooklyn Bridge stands
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7th - 12th, Adult Education, Staff
This is a 23 slide, highly animated, power point presentations on National Construction Project - Building the Golden Gate Bridge. Each of the presentation slides are editable so you can change it to fit your individual needs. Following decades of public calls to connect the burgeoning metropolis
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7th - 12th, Adult Education, Staff
NEW PRODUCT! I've collected my fourteenth set of 10 physics labs for STEM (science technology engineering and math) into one handy file. Included in the pack you will find these 10 labs: spaghetti bridges string and glue towers sticky planes plastic straw rafts string and yarn bridges suspension
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4th - 12th, Higher Education
Challenge your students to design a suspension bridge that can hold as much weight as possible. This page is a printable rubric and lesson plan to use, explaining the quiz and test grades associated with the project. Adjust as needed for your class! This project is part of 50 New STEM Labs
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3rd - 12th
This powerpoint presentation details a project in which students are tasked with creating a suspension bridge using plywood, thread and toothpicks. Students must, sketch, calculate, create and test their own construction. The presentation provides examples of sketches and calculations.
Grades:
9th - 12th
Bridges make for great STEM projects and while there are many ideas available on bridge making activities for students there are few compilations of the various types of bridges for students to read and learn about. The San Francisco Bay has much more to offer in bridge building facts than it's ico
A unique project exploring significant places on the continents of the world. Students will "travel" from continent to continent around the world, visit significance places and write a postcard to a family member or friend. This project is enjoyable and fun!Curriculum Competency:Explain why (people/
In this inquiry project, students will research famous arch, suspension, girder, and truss bridges. The step by step instructions are included, as well as the rubric for assessing the final product.
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The 6 Engineering Design projects found is this packet provide guidance for student exploration in engineering design, but they leave the real thinking to the students!Visit Suzanne's Classroom Store! The resources are designed to enrich or supplement your current curriculum.It is up to you, the tea
This twist on the traditional Balsa Wood Suspension Bridge, is a long-term project for either an individual or a team to complete. It successfully meets half the standards of a semester of Geometry and Physics. From researching the methods of building a bridge and the physics of wave resonance and
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7th - 12th, Higher Education
Pupils’ love being creative with this hands-on project. Students are tasked with creating bridge structure out of dry spaghetti with tape and rubber bands.Students are introduced compression and tension as well as the work of Brunel and in particular the Clifton Suspension Bridge. Students familiari
Kids love to build bridges! This is one of the best STEM real-life activities we tackled! It’s a suspension bridge! This engineering project is perfect for your upper elementary students. They will spend at least two class sessions creating their bridges and sharing them.Note: This challenge is avai
NGSS: 3-5ETS1-1 Are you interested in learning more about using the design cycle with STEM? Check out this FREE STEAM CHALLENGE! The science research project guides students through engineering design process to create a bridge model, test strength and report findings. If you enjoy the format of thi
This is a Notebook lesson consisting of approx. 36 slides. It contains short student notes on five different types of bridges, beam, truss, arch, cantilever, and suspension. For all but the cantilever bridge there are challenges for the students which consist of four projects using materials like
This is a Notebook lesson consisting of approx. 36 slides. It contains short student notes on five different types of bridges, beam, truss, arch, cantilever, and suspension. For all but the cantilever bridge there are challenges for the students which consist of four projects using materials like
In this quick STEM challenge, students will use the engineering design process. They will become civil engineers to design and create their own bridge. Specify a type of bridge (span, arch, suspension, truss) or allow them to choose their own. If you have thought about trying a STEM challenge but we

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