A 9-year-old born without fingers on one hand is getting a gift from Illinois high school students: a new hand, Fox News reports. The students are 3D-printing the prosthetic device, which works through wrist movement, mystateline.com notes. Typically, prosthetics can run up to $50,000, says Kylie Wicker's mom. "The total cost of this hand will be barely $5, there is maybe $1 worth of plastic, and it costs a couple of bucks for the fasteners," says the engineering teacher in charge of the 10-student project in Rockton. Now Kylie's looking forward to "catching a ball, doing the monkey bars," she tells the Rockford Register Star.