3D Printable tactile resources for use with Ballyland Code apps
Purchase the .stl files to 3D print a unique Ballyland© set for use with Ballyland Code 1: Say Hello and Ballyland Code 2: Give Rotor and Ballyland Code 3: Pick Up. Specifically designed to support tactual exploration and 'mental mapping', required for computational thinking and coding with the app. Choose from a number of print packages, and 3D print your own tactile grid, mini Ballylanders, and obstacle-tiles (rubbish bin, pond, rock, bushes). Note that these are small models with no moving parts, for use with the apps.
You can purchase the print files for Ballyland Code 1: Say Hello, Ballyland Code 2: Give Rotor and Ballyland Code 3: Pick Up by following this link.
Ballyland 3D print large scale learning tools for tactual exploration of the Ballylanders
Contact Sonokids to request the design of a personalized 3D model with the child’s name in Braille imprinted on the back (Design Costs: 50 AUD, excl printing).
Ballyland tactile images
You can download a blackline image (pdf file) for each Ballylander by selecting the links below. To make the image into a raised line drawing, print the file with a Piaf, using swell paper. This will enable children to feel what each Ballylander looks like. The raised line drawings can also be used as colouring pages.