3D Printing gives life to anything we can imagine.
The students in PHI can use 3D printing for items such as switches and adapted writing holders or adapted utensil holders.
Recently, I was teaching a class of students about a flower, the four basic parts of a flower and how each part helps the flower grow. Real flowers are great to use as a demonstration but they are dirty and some students have allergies.
A 3D printed flower with roots would allow the students to see, explore, touch and engage in a flower and its parts.
The image above shows a poster of what would be used to draft the 3D model.
3D printing can be fun and free. Simply search for free 3D printers in your area using this link: