My Bridge• My Bridge was a lot stronger than I thought it was going to be.• The secret to my success was spreading the pennies out.• I got 34 pennies on it and I just twisted three paperclips straight through the middle.
Step one and two 1,3,5,7,9 will be on the top.• Step one : Get the supplies.• Step two : Bend the paper clips and put them in the paper
Step Three and Four• Step three : Add pennies.• Step four : Add more pennies
Step ﬁve• Step ﬁve : Add pennies until it falls.
Arch Bridges• Arch Bridges were made in china and this picture is from china.• It was built in 605 A.D. so its been standing for 1400 years and its built entirely out of stone.• It crosses the Xiao river.
Suspension Bridges• The golden gate bridge is a suspension bridge.• It took four years (January 7th 1933 to May 28th 1937) to build it and 11 men died, ten on February 17 1937.• Before it was built they used a fairy to cross but now they built the golden gate bridge.•
Beam Bridges• Beam bridges are usually short• They are the simplest of all the bridges with beams for support while there is the main part where you drive or rid in a train over.• Causeway opened on August 30th, 1956.• It was built to cross lake Pontchartrain.
Cable-stay Bridges• Cable bridges are a medium bridge and use the cables to support the bridge.• These Bridges are used for crossing water or to go over a road like in a busy highway.• This bridge was ﬁnished in 2005 so you can cross the gulf of cornith.• This Bridge is located in greece.
My advanced bridge• My second bridge was a beam bridge and the beams were made out of colorful clay.• It held 50 pennies and at least 300 staples.• It had eight beams and I made a layer of clay to cover the beams.• 10
Step one and two• Step one : Get materials.• Step two : Mold clay and get popsicle sticks.
Step three and four• Step three : Add all the pennies, staples, and paper clips.• Step four : Show you the materials.