1. Click to complete this activity. 2. Using blocks, cups, paper, boxes, sticks or anything else you have at home, build a bridge for the goats. 3. Test your bridge. Will it hold a small toy? What about a medium or large one? 4. , When you are finished with your bridge take a picture and post it. 5. Tell what you did to make your bridge. Was your bridge strong enough to hold the goats? On the final page, you can challenge yourself by retelling the story of the Three Billy Goats with your bridge. Take a video and upload it.
I can use objects around my house to build a bridge for the 3 Billy Goats.
Guideline-VI.A.1 Observes, investigates, describes, and discusses properties and characteristics of common objects. II.B.3 Provides appropriate information for various situations. I got the idea for making the goat's own bridge from Mary Klempke's Animal Bridge activity. I used Miss Jackman's reflection page from Maths- Classifying Objects to help make a self-reflection page for this activity.