1. START EARLY, PLAN THOROUGHLY, AND WORK STEADILY. Do not put your work off to the night before it is due. Popsicle stick bridges need time to dry property. 2. Try different constructions. Build as many versions of your prototype bridge as possible. There is a list of suggested bridges - click here. 3. Be creative and have tenacity when building your Popsicle stick bridge, but keep track of time. You may have to consider letting go of an idea so that your final design can be thoroughly tested. 4. Continually monitor the mass of your Popsicle stick bridge during construction. Wet glue weighs more than dry glue and makes weaker joints. Be sure to complete your bridge several days before it is due in order for the glue to thoroughly dry. 5. The spacing between the intersections of Popsicle greatly affects the strength of your Popsicle bridge. 6. Test each Popsicle stick BEFORE you use it. Good glue joints make for good strength. 7. Your Popsicle stick bridge's strength is also dependent on its vertical height. However, this is not to say "the higher the better", as there are limits. 8. Consider the strengths and weaknesses of a single toothpick under these three forces: COMPRESSION, TENSION, SHEER. Design your toothpick bridge to use the strengths of each toothpick as much as possible. 9. Watch out for "stress risers". Before failing, your bridge will give and bend under the load of your test weight. If you have made some parts of your toothpick bridge so strong and hard that it will not give, your toothpick bridge will fail in another area sooner than if the whole bridge were able to adjust. 10. To reduce drying time, do initial gluing with SMALL drops of glue (applied with an extra toothpick). You can go back later and reinforce these small drops with more glue after everything dries. Good luck and have fun.
Gather a lot of Popsicle sticks. secondly attach them with glue to form a car.
It would take 400 popsicle stick
I would probably use popsicle sticks from a craft store and glue and string. Or you could buy and build a sail boat model kit
popsicle sticks should do it with a glue gun
It depends on the scale of the model
You glue all the sticks together and cut the edges to make them stand. make sure to put sticks all around. then you can design it.
A working model of a windmill is easy to construct from popsicle sticks. Simply place four popsicle sticks across each other at angles. Then put a nail through the middle of the sticks to attach them all together making the hole a little bigger than needed. Attach to a base.
Get some Popsicle sticks, dried moss, and Tacky glue at a craft store. Look at a picture in your history book or online. Get a piece of cardboard, wooden sticks. Build your longhouse from the Popsicle sticks, place the moss on the sticks and around it. Place all of this on the cardboard, make your sticks/moss look like a forest. You are done.
Cereal boxes, popsicle sticks, matchsticks, cardboard, paper. Be creative!
Make the car out of a frame of popsicle sticks and the egg will not break.
A trigonometry model can be made out of waste material by using things like Popsicle sticks, string, and paper tubes. Various shapes and principles can then be represented using these commonly discarded items.
Hah. Fold up a piece of paper. ANSWER Save popsicle sticks.
Use you can use popsicle sticks, some kind of blocks, clay, paper, etc
A gold miner's hut could easily be built out of popsicle sticks. The sticks can be glued together and painted for a rustic look.
Draw a plan on paper.Use popsicle sticks to build it and use a hot glue gun to glue it together.Hope it works:)
i made one out of popsicle sticks one time and it turned out well. toothpicks were too hard
use toothpicks and popsicle sticks then pat grey clay to cover the project then put details in the clay put very small peaces of string or thread or whatever you want as weeds in the craks you can make a very realistic project if you do this right!
A bullock cart model can be made using waste items such as popsicle sticks. Wood glue is best to use when gluing wood pieces together.
cardboard,thermocol,4 motor's ,ice-cream sticks,thread(black)
you get glue and popsical sticks, me duckie. then you get a big red staples "do it" button, and EH VOILAAAA! you got yer hydraulical bridge :D
There are lots of kits idk where you could find these maybe ac Moore but yea they come in little kits with glue Also the original Popsicle sticks
You can use k'nex parts, icoaster parts, Lego parts, popsicle sticks, toothpicks, clay, paper, cardboard, metal strips, wood, and bottles cut in half!
popsicle sticks and strong balsa wood work very well, i had to do a project on the globe theatre and that is what i used to make the model, and its very easy to put together with blue tac
One can build a model castle out of many things. Models can be built out of clay and then air dried. Models can also be made out of materials like paper or popsicle sticks. One can use their imagination and then build the model in their own way with the different materials.