Education Edition ready!
If your school has access to Minecraft Education Edition,
we can now bring a number of fun lessons to your school.
KS1/2 - Evidencing and exporting work from the game.
Pupils can learn about how to export work from Minecraft, using the Camera, Book and Quill. Young children are free to explore the build in a group session with their friends take photographs of some of the sights that they see in the map. They can then add them to their book with descriptions and export their books as PDFs to either Google Drive or Seesaw.
KS2 - Positive and Negative numbers, coordinates, online collaboration.
After an introduction and explanation of how coordinates in Minecraft work, children will be given a list of coordinates that will take them to various sights around the city. Younger children may roam freely and just write down the coordinates of the locations.
Our Exclusive Redstone University
Minecraft's answer to electricity, the world of Redstone is fun, creative and educational. This mysterious substance can power sliding doors, house alarms, solar powered lights, flashing street lights, rollercoasters and much more.
The University is designed so it can be used by a teacher wanting to teach themselves, or as a guide for an instructional lesson in how it works. When the tour is complete, Children are encouraged to design their own rollercoasters and enhance their learning by finding out about how to make more elaborate creations themselves.
IF YOUR SCHOOL HAS ACCESS TO MINECRAFT EDUCATION EDITION, WE CAN BRING THE MAP TO YOU, FOR AN AFTERNOON OF SIGHT SEEING FUN, EXPLORATION AND BUILDING!
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