Teams of eighth grade students at KIPP Academy in Massachusetts have been hard at work on Project Lead the Way, which brings hands-on science, technology, engineering and math experiences into classrooms. Their particular assignment? Using 3-D printers to design therapeutic toys for children who have cerebral palsy. The middle schoolers unveiled their model toys—designed to promote muscle strengthening in the fingers and hands—to peers for feedback last month. One of the groups will even get to present their design to Boston Children’s Hospital later this year.
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