'Science practical activity: Leonardo Da Vinci's Bridge - no nails, no ropes, no glue, just wooden sticks! http://www.pinterest.com/lomonegro/da-vinci-rafael-miguel-angel/
six different types of bridges: beam, arch, suspension, cable-stayed, truss, and cantilever
STEM! 4 Bridge-building activities can begin in preschool, kindergarten and 1st grade sensory play with simple tangible objects (via little bins for little hands)
A week of STEM challenges! www.theardentteacher.com
Building Bridges for 'Trolls' from Rachel (",)
Building bridges in STEM class! We have now tried four different types! Three are bundled and one is available separately. All include teacher directions, lab sheets, hints, and photos!
Tarr Steps, Clapper Bridge, across the River Barle, Exmoor, by Matthew Bristow. The bridge is thought to date from 1000 BC which would make it the oldest bridge in England
Building Bridges: Their task was simple: build a bridge that was strong enough to hold a plastic cup filled with 100 pennies.
Devil's Bridge, Aberystwith, Wales ~ it's like a bridge inside of a bridge inside of a bridge over a gorge!!!!