Some of my low vision students used the iPad to photograph and magnify (zoomed in on) the image. This student is using a magnifying glass with a special light for the drawing itself. People who are legally blind work from parts to a whole, rather than starting with the big picture and than moving to individual parts.
A couple of my students described how the plant felt, and then painted the drawing I did of their plant in hot glue.
Other students were able to complete the assignment without any help or special equipment. But I think each student felt a sense of accomplishment. I asked Mr. Blackwell to look at each finished piece and name the plant that was represented to ensure that they met the assignment criteria. I am so thankful for great colleagues who are happy to collaborate on interdisciplinary lessons. This is how our students grow!