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STEM Challenge - Bridge Building

Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials. The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight.

Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 1
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 2
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 3
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 4
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 5
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 6
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 7
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 8
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 9
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 10
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 11
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 12
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 13
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 14
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 15
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 16
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 17
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 18
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 19
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 20
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 21
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 22
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 23
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 24
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 25
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 26
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 27
Children were challenged to make the strongest bridge they could using newspaper, art straws and cellotape. They were given a budget of £5 to buy the materials.  The winner would be the bridge that could hold the most weight. 28
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