Students creating tiny 3D printed houses

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As part of their school curriculum, students in Fruitvale, CO are creating and 3D printing their (tiny) dream homes.

Teachers in School District 51 say math can be a tricky subject to grasp, especially when equations become longer and concepts are harder to figure out.

“Math is particularly difficult for some students to memorize or just manipulate equations so when they get to experience kinesthetic approach or hands on approach to it they can visualize and see the equations working,” said Carroll.

That’s why Michael Carroll at Grand Mesa Middle School decided to make his math lessons more visual by building tiny houses.

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