Home economics has a focus on using everyday materials, so there’s no need to print anything 3D… but it can still be fun!
1. Everyone loves using cookie cutters, and you can already buy them in a lot of shapes. With a 3D printer, however, you can do more than that. You can make cookie cutters capable of cutting 3D cookies. Like a reindeer standing up on the tray.
2. Models, grips, stitch counters, thimbles, gadgets! If you’re working with younger students, you can print out any tool imaginable to help small hands with new tasks.