If you wanted something even easier, as in just take it out of the box and ready to use like any other home appliances, I'd look into a Flashforge one. Is just most of the Chinese printers can have crappy QA issues, so you might be unlucky and get one that needs a lot of tinkering to get it print well. Flashforge is Chinese as well but they're a bit more established and in my experience with a few of them, they're are the only ones under $1000 that you can literally take it out from the box and print pretty well for anyone that's not tech inclined. https://www.jaycar.com.au/flashforge-finder-3d-printer/p/TL4220 I'd look into a Flashforge Adventurer 3 too, completely enclosed, so might be good for the kids. Go to a Jaycar to check them out in person and then look at prices online since it'll be cheaper. I I know some schools uses Flashforge so maybe your kids might be familiar with them too. Of course the trade off is much smaller print volume compared to the Enders. The Ender 5 makes the perfect sense if you don't mind spending a little bit of time on it. On that note I would Artillery Sidewinder X1, the print quality on it is pretty amazing after some minor tinkering out of the box.