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Bob the Builder On Site: Roads and Bridges

Rating:G
Genre:Animation, Family
Release Date:April 5, 2008
Running time:60 minutes
Distributor:The Bigger Picture

Description: For the first time ever, join Bob the Builder and his Can-Do Crew as they explore real life construction sites. See giant diggers, mixers and trucks work together to build super roads and massive bridges. From digging the first hole to building a foundation and then laying the final asphalt cover, Bob the Builder teaches budding engineers how the process is done. Learn about the three types of bridges: support, arch and suspension. Then follow the steps and build your very own road or bridge, just like the pros! Sing-along with the catchy "How Do You Do It" song and see how new friends Flex, Bristle, Packer, Dodger and Tumbler help to demonstrate how roads and bridges are built.

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