The Golden Gate Bridge
For this comprehension worksheet, learners read and respond to five multiple choice questions about the story. Then they explain in a short answer response why there were people who opposed to the building of the Golden Gate Bridge and why.
May 27, 1937 - The Golden Gate Bridge
In this writing prompt worksheet, students learn that May 27, 1937 was the day the Golden Gate Bridge opened. Students use resources in the classroom to learn five facts about the Golden Gate Bridge and summarize them in their own words.
Bridging the Gaps
The London Bridge should not have fallen down. And here's why. After a brief history of bridges and the three main types, class members are introduce to the concepts of tension and compression, the two main forces acting upon bridges.
Students explain the concepts of tension and compression, and then state the purpose of suspension bridges. They also study some of the most famous suspension bridges in North America.
Bridging History and Technology
Students study the history and importance of the Triborough Bridge in New York City, and then research different bridges and prepare presentations about them. They, in groups, research a bridge and prepare a poster about it.
Students explain how significant bridges are in our lives. In this technology activity, students research the history and characteristics of their assigned bridge and draw it on butcher block paper. They write a short tour script and...
Hang in There
Learners view a video clip about bridges. They examine the cables that stablize the Golden Gate Bridge. They relate this concept to elevators.
Building Your Bridge Building Basics
In this technology worksheet, middle schoolers examine the basic principles of bridge building design in order to answer the nine questions with the help of the web links on page 2.
Students find equations of parabolas in real world scenarios. For this finding equations of parabolas in real world scenarios lesson, students find the equations of parabolas of US landmarks. Students put a grid on landmarks such as...
Suspension Bridge Construction
Students build a model of a suspension bridge and test the amount of weight it support. They identify different types of bridges: suspension, arch, girder, truss, cantilever, cable-stayed and moveable.
"Ex-SPAN-D" Your Math by Traveling Over the Chesapeake Bay
In this math lesson, students calculate the cost of bridge construction and time of completion. They solve and write short answers to 5 questions using mathematical operations.
Exploring Basic Equations
Learners explore equations with constants, variables and with exponents. They identify and define variables, constants, exponents, expressions, and equations, as well as give an example of each. Your class will also draw their...
Can you determine how far down a rock drops without visual clues? Viewers observe a clip from a movie testing vertical distance only based on sound. They must determine if it is safe to drop down themselves or if it is farther than their...
How can you determine the height of a drop off a cliff if you have nothing to measure it with? A movie clip sets up a sky-high challenge and solves it with a falling glow stick. Scholars must take the given information and decide how...
Hunt the Fact Monster: February #1
In this search engine worksheet, 3rd graders will need to use factmonster.com to discover answers. Students will respond to 10 short answer questions using the given website.
Varying Sentence Structure
Show your writers how to use simple, compound, and complex sentences to add variety to writing. In addition, examples show how to employ semicolons and coordinating conjunctions to combine sentences. Colorful illustrations and graphics...
The Hand Drill: An Example of a Screw
Learners examine how a screw works as an inclined plane and a hand drill works as a screw. In this physics lesson, students complete two hands-on activities working with simple machines including screws and hand drills. This lesson...
Projects For USA Units
Students study different regions of the United states through interdisciplinary activities. This instructional activity presents very creative, artistic ways for students to explore the variety of regions found in the United States.
Using Present Tense Verbs for Measurement
In this using present tense verbs for measurement worksheet, students read the explanations and examples of active and stative verbs, then interactively complete 5 sentences with immediate online feedback.
Application of Parabolas
Students graph quadratic equations. In this algebra lesson, students relate the parabola to real life applications. They identify the maximum and minimum of the parabola.
Science Quizzes: Engineering Quiz
In this engineering science quiz activity, students respond to 10 short answer questions regarding civil, mechanical, electrical, chemical, and aerospace engineering.
Direction Prepositions 2
In this online interactive grammar skills worksheet, students answer 10 multiple choice questions regarding the use of prepositions. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
Mathematics Test Book 2 for Grade 4
In this mathematics test book 2 for grade 4 worksheet, 4th graders answer nine questions in standardized test format about measurement, subtraction and number patterns.
Place Value Through One Thousands Homework 1.4
For this place value worksheet, students learn three ways to write a number: expanded, standard and word form. Students solve 5 problems in which they write numbers in different ways.