Structures

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Ginn Science level three students’ book Structures was written for students aged seven to eight years and published in 1989. It contains 24 pages and relates to the content strand ‘Materials and their uses’. Using full-colour illustrations, it explains how materials that seem weak can be used to produce strong ones. The importance of structure is illustrated by a story about the use of buttresses to support walls of buildings.

Contents
Strong and weak
Strong structures
Making paper strong
Tubes
Triangles
Macmillan's velocipede
Bicycles
A house for Brown:
*Story
Bridges
Brick patterns
Walls
Poem
Glossary

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