Youth build spaghetti and marshmallow towers, and in the process, learn how to reinforce structures and strengthen weak materials.
Beams, Supports, Truss, Arch, Dome.
From Amy Smith
Building a free-standing tower using toothpicks and Jellybeans. The goal is not to see how fast students could build a tower, but how strong their tower could be.
From Student Engagement for the STEAM Class
100 toothpicks, 5 inch by 7 inch, elmers school glue, must hold at least 51/2 pound math book...OR 100 toothpicks , 12.5 X 16.5 cm, elmers glue, must hold at ...
From Ciaran Jordan
Ian and Annielly - 0:05 Shayna and Issel - 1:15 Ashley D and Cyndie - 2:34 Mariama and Victoria - 3:18 Zakia and Kayla - 3:51 Sparkyl, Miriah, and Mikayla ...
Challenge to consider: Build the tallest tower you can using Spaghetti, masking tape, and only 5 marshmallows. A marshmallow has to be at the pinnacle (top) of ...
From Elliott McCarthy
To answer questions you may have... -We only, and I mean only, used popsicle sticks and ELMER's glue. Yes. -I used 120 sticks. -The prize was more popsicle ...
From Raina's Universe