After reading Pop’s Bridge, Tammy Hladun class at Arongen made gum drop bridges using toothpicks or spaghetti. More info and photos… 

Written by on October 20, 2017 in Photos

Tammy Hladun class at Arongen read Pop’s Bridge and focused on comparing and contrasting.  We then made gum drop bridges using toothpicks or spaghetti.  We  tested the strength of our bridges and culminated by comparing and contrasting them.  It was a great STEM activity with all engaged!

After reading Pop's Bridge, Tammy Hladun class at Arongen made gum drop bridges using toothpicks or spaghetti. After reading Pop's Bridge, Tammy Hladun class at Arongen made gum drop bridges using toothpicks or spaghetti. After reading Pop's Bridge, Tammy Hladun class at Arongen made gum drop bridges using toothpicks or spaghetti. After reading Pop's Bridge, Tammy Hladun class at Arongen made gum drop bridges using toothpicks or spaghetti. After reading Pop's Bridge, Tammy Hladun class at Arongen made gum drop bridges using toothpicks or spaghetti. After reading Pop's Bridge, Tammy Hladun class at Arongen made gum drop bridges using toothpicks or spaghetti.

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