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Old 11-09-2005, 11:08 AM
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I would like some directions on how to show my class how to build bridges using spagetti noodles and pasta, etc.... Please help.
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frst a website: [url]http://www.cubekc.org/architivities/pasta.html[/url]

second: my personal thoughts would be lasagna (the long flat ones) and spaghetti noodles. you could try glueing together the noodles, but a thought i had is that if you have heat resistant gloves or something you can boil the noodles til they are soft, shape them into bundles or whatever and wait for them to harden again
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wow, that is a strange project. most of the time people use straws or sticks.lol.
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very weird well good luck wit that tho...... maybe u should try pasting them lol.
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I would like some directions on how to show my class how to build bridges using spagetti noodles and pasta, etc.... Please help.
Thanks, Denise Frederick
gust dont cook it its easy to explain just think dude
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