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Hand Students Make 3D Animal Puzzles for Jeffrey Kindergarten Students

February 2020 - Members of the Daniel Hand High School Computer Aided Drafting class paid a special visit to Jeffrey Elementary School on February 12. As a class assignment, Hand students had printed 3D animal puzzles for students in Mrs. Borden’s kindergarten class. The kindergarteners are currently learning about 3D shapes and were thrilled to receive the puzzles and spend time with the high school students.  

elementary students hold up their unicorn puzzles created by the DHHS students
Hand Students Make 3D Animal Puzzles for Jeffrey Kindergarten Students
Mr Grenier witht Daniel Hand High School students arrive at Jeffrey School
Jeffrey Elementary student like the lion puzzle created by Daniel Hand High School student
Hand students had printed 3D animal puzzles for students in Mrs. Borden’s kindergarten class
Elementary school students hold up the 3d printed puzzles received from high school studnets
Hand students had printed 3D animal puzzles for students in Mrs. Borden’s kindergarten class
Hand students had printed 3D animal puzzles for students in Mrs. Borden’s kindergarten class
High School students created 3d printed animals for the Jeffrey Elementary studnets
Elementary student likes the puzzle created by the Daniel hand high school students
DHHS Student giving puzzle to elementary student
elementary student admires the 3d printed animal created by high school student