Our Picks for Best Cricuts for Teachers
1. Cricut Explore Air 2
2. Cricut Joy
3. Cricut EasyPress 2
The easy press 2 is essential if you are working on heat transfer projects. If you are looking for a machine that is easy to set up and use, this one will definitely be on your list.
It results in professional iron-on results that stick and do not come off of the shirts, bags, or jeans you are putting the vinyl onto.
The only drawback with the Cricut EasyPress II is that it requires specific tools so some of the projects cannot be cut or printed without switching blades and pens occasionally.
4. Cricut Maker 3
Do you want the most powerful Cricut? This is it! The powerful blades, pens, and scoring tools are excellent for crafts. You can use it to engage your students with beautiful designs.
It is the biggest and most potent of its family. This machine is great for teachers who are looking to create more intricate projects. This Cricut is perfect for doing bigger projects. But, it doesn’t come with the same versatility as its smaller siblings (the Cricut Explore).
This is a powerhouse machine, and it would not be suitable for use by your students. Yet, the power it offers makes it an excellent choice for getting things done.
5. Cricut Maker
The Champagne Cricut machine is the perfect balance between power and versatility. It offers a lower price point than other models, making it an excellent option for teachers looking to purchase their first machine.
With its smaller size, this model can be used by your students as well as you to create many projects, from sewing crafts to leather crafts. It will cut through virtually anything with ease, even thicker materials.
If you are looking for a machine that offers more power but still gives you the versatility of Cricut Explore or Maker, this is your best option.
This machine is a very portable and great option for teachers is the Cricut Expression 2. This machine allows you to use your creative skills and design projects with ease.
It comes with an all-new patented LCD touch screen that makes it easy to set up new designs. It offers a mat preview feature that helps arrange images on the mat before cutting them out. There's
There are two types of this cutter. They are the Maker and the Expression, which have varying features to choose from. The only downside of this type of cutter is that you must use design space on your computer or tablet.