What's it all about?
Take a look at some of the world's greatest bridges, from the most terrifying to the most famous. This feature focuses on:
- The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, US
- The Lucky Knot bridge in Changsha, China
- The Pons Fabricius in Rome, Italy
- Millau Viaduct in Southern France
- The Gateshead Millennium Bridge in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
- Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge in China
- Zhangjiajie Glass Bridge in China
Explore these engineering feats and engage your class in a lively discussion about the lengths that people around the world have gone to to construct these marvels.
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This wonderful resource came from The Week Junior magazine. This fantastic magazine, written specifically for 8-14 year olds, includes the top news stories of the week plus science and technology, animals and the environment, books, sport and much more.
You can take out a subscription for your school from just £54 to help your students:
- Access, interpret and question the world around them
- Improve their spoken language skills through debate and discussion
- Develop an enjoyment of reading across the curriculum
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