Building Toothpick Bridges
Recreate a real-life building dilemma in your classroom! A "company" of five to six students has a mission: to build a bridge, within budget, that can hold a required load. The student "architect" and "manager" have to order materials from the warehouse (the teacher) as they work with the student "accountant" who writes the checks and keeps the books. This teaching tool helps students learn responsibility as they exercise thinking and reasoning skills.
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05 O LU abstract concepts accountant accountant's amount balance amount architects Audit Service balance amount balance balance sheet BASIC BRIDGE TYPES Best Plans award BOAT AND TRUCK bridge according bridge building bridge construction bridge designs bridge plans bridge strength bucket building code building day Building toothpick bridges Building-plans paper Cable string canceled checks class period company members company name company's budget company's manila envelope constructed bridge construction company team construction continues contest limitations Day 9 duties and schedule glue graph paper groups inventory job duties judging Land cardboard ln addition LUMBER COMPANY WAREHOUSE Lumber toothpicks Main Activity meet ordering supplies overhead projector panies Pratt price list poster project director Q O LU Review their duties SAW LUMBER COMPANY schedule worksheet special award struction supplies suspension bridge tagboard transportation chief ware WAREHOUSE ORDER FORM WAREHOUSE PRICE LIST warehouse's records Warren wax paper weight Welding material write checks