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 book is amazing. It covers the main styles of bridges, along with hands-on activities that help illustrate those styles to children. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carol A. Phillips
It was useful but not spectacularly helpful to my particular project.Published 5 months ago by Dotty Corbiere
Bought this book to use with my Girl Scout troop and my daughter's science fair project. This book is a very interesting read and includes facts, history and easy-to-do projects. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Rae Christy
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 8 months 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 8 months ago by L. Coirier