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The 3 ways people learn are visual, auditory, and tactile. How do you explain a visual concept to someone who can't see? Explain the visual in terms of the tangible. These shapes are designed to help kids from kindergarten all the way through high school by giving concepts tangibility providing a solid foundation on which to build. Included, are 14 shapes designed to be easily printed on any 3D printer without having to tune a slice in under an hour. These shapes include 3 basic architectural designs, 3 of the most common triangles encountered when learning trigonometry, and 8 basic geometric shapes. These designs are simple enough that any teacher can print as many of each design as they need. These may be simple, but they help physically identify things like the hypotenuse of a triangle, the diameter of a circle, the radius, etc. A design doesn't need to be complex to help someone. All it takes is a little consideration to make something useful.