D and T is all about making things, and one aspect of that taught to children in KS2 is how structures can be made strong and stable by using different strengthening and joining techniques. This quiz addresses that topic and investigates shapes, materials and other factors in a strong structure's makeup.
Structures include buildings, towers and bridges, and all of these must be strong and stable so that they don't fall down. Some structures in the world have been around for thousands of years and have been built to last. The Egyptian pyramids are a good example. What techniques can we use when making a structure so that it will be as strong and as stable as the pyramids?
Find out some techniques for making buildings sturdier by playing this quiz.
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