I would recommend this book to 2nd grade teachers teaching common core curriculum.
We've all learned a lot from it, quite honestly, and I really think that this one book may propel him into some future in civil engineering, so much does he love it.
This book explores bridges and the forces involved in these structures, using kid-friendly activities.
This is a great book, filled with lots of hands-on activities. The activities are easy to do and the instructions are nice and clear, and, even better, the materials are things... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Carrie Hillerby
A good background for anyone looking to build model bridges. Shows different types of structures, and a lot of good photos of famous US bridges. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Coirier
Enjoyed doing these projects with my son, he does a lot of Legos and enjoys art so I figured the would be perfect.Published 1 month ago by Manuel Hernandez Sr.
My boys (age 7 and 6) and I really enjoy this book. The descriptions and history of each bridge is super detailed and has been a fun springboard for further discussions and the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by J.D.E
This is a great book to get the kids thinking about how to build bridges and other structures. You will want to have craft sticks and other supplies available to use this.Published 4 months ago by mommy02
Perfect for my daughter's science fair project. Easy to understand format. Good information. Lots of great projects utilizing simple materials.Published 8 months ago by Kylan
Fun activities you can do at home for fun on a rainy day. The best part is everything is cheap to make.Published 10 months ago by Jennifer
Bought this for our grandson's birthday and our family trip to San Francisco, but first had to pry it away from my contractor husband!Published 20 months ago by Peggy
I had never taught about bridges, and this book met my expectations. It has games, and information that the kids really understood. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Chad Childs