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BRIDGES

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What is a bridge? A bridge is a way to get across something It can span a canyon, waterway, or road

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What does a bridge need? A good bridge must have a firm foundation A good bridge must be sturdy A good bridge must last a long time

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Chesapeake Bay Bridge

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Sydney Harbor Bridge

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Dames Point Bridge

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Tower Bridge

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Firth of Forth Bridge

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Astoria Bridge

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Golden Gate Bridge

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So let’s get to building! Goal: to build one bridge a week Follow instructions Read and learn the history and important facts about each bridge Fridays will be to tear down the bridge in preparation for starting a new one the next week Have FUN!

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