Kids love building and creating things. Challenge your kids with this exciting engineering project that has them build the Eiffel Tower!
The Eiffel Tower is an amazing architectural structure. If you are learning about Paris, or large structures, this engineering project will be a hit. Your kids will learn how to design the Eiffel Tower and build it using only rolled pieces of newspaper. The final product is about 5 feet tall!
Find all the details for this unique engineering project over at KCEdventures!
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