Popsicle sticks are an interesting item for children to use build and create boxes, frames, birdhouses other projects. Have a discussion with your child about different types of bridges, and explain that a double-decker bridge has two levels.
Then, she should glue two popsicle sticks end-to-end, on top, so that they overlap the bottom three sticks. Have her repeat step six, with eight more popsicle sticks for two other sides of her bridge.
For additional math, have her estimate how much weight her bridge will hold, and carefully test out various weights! Apr 17, 2014 · Make the base of Eiffel Tower by cutting rectangular box so that it measures 4 inches long, 2 deep and high.


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Designs and materials vary, depending on the purpose of the bridge and the setting that it's in.
Have her glue popsicle sticks across the bottom of two bridge sides, and over the tops of bridge sides.
Have her glue beam sticks to the top and bottom of two bridge sides (using eight popsicle sticks for up-and-down beams as shown below).


Inspire her to put on an engineer hat for the day, as she constructs her very own, double-decker bridge out of popsicle sticks. She has a substitute teaching credential for grades K-12 in Oregon, where she lives with her husband and two daughters.



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