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Science Experiments: Be an Engineer - Build a Straw Bridge! (STEM)
Students will build a bridge out of straws and test the physics and engineering aspect of their bridges.
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Have your student be an Engineer and build a bridge out of straws. We will think like an Engineer and come up with ways to build a straw bridge that can hold pennies and that a toy car can go over. This fun interactive class will have your child problem solving and having fun while learning. Class Overview: Introduction Material check What would an Engineer do? Come up with bridge design Step by step guide to building the bridge Test out bridge Discuss did it work? If not test out new...
Materials: A box or bag of straws Tape ( masking tape would work best) Pennies A toy car (optional)
35 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Patti Robinson" Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." - Benjamin Franklin
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Hello! In 2015 I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Sociology. For the past three years I have worked in a school in various roles. I have worked as a paraprofessional in a Special Education classroom, as a 2nd grade interventionist, and...