MinecraftEdu World Library

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Ages 10-18+
Published by UNCG SELF Desig... • 2 years ago •  0
The year is 1700 and the nation is England. The scene is a rural village. Students work together to build various structures found during the English Industrial Revolution.

Social Studies > History - English Industrial Revolution
0

The Turtle Arena

Ages 5-18+
Published by SteveO • 2 years ago •  3
Students use this math world to practice new math concepts, a place to review before assessments, or practice programming turtles.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - Math
5
Ages 5-18+
Published by MinecraftTeachr • 2 years ago •  8
Players will meet and customize their very own programmable turtle and then use it to complete a basic set of challenges. This world was designed as an activity to be part of the Hour of Code movement by Code.org.

Technology > Computer Science - Introduction to Coding
3.25
Ages 5-14
Published by MOSI-Minecraft • 2 years ago •  2
Students are to create a petting zoo to stop the world from extinction. This should include animals and monsters depending on student skill level.

Science > Biology - Extinction
4

Instructions for Students in-world

Ages 10-18+
Published by Mme Gaudet • 2 years ago •  2
Students will recreate an assigned painting. They have the choice to either create it as viewed from above, from the side, or to create a "walkthorugh" of the painting.

Arts > Visual Arts - Recreate Paintings
0

iLearningUK & DrScients explore the molecules

Ages 10-18+
Published by iLearningUK • 2 years ago •  0
In MolCraft, anyone can explore the building blocks of proteins; nature’s nano-machines. You can discover how just 20 chemical building blocks can result in the astonishing diversity of structures & functions that are required to make living things

Science > Chemistry - protein, amino acid, chemical history
5
Ages 7-9
Published by Richard Clarke • 2 years ago •  3
Students are given a plot of land to build a house, but their supplies are wrong! Each plot only has one type of building supply, so students must work together to share their items by shipping them through the mail service.

Technology > Computer Skills - email skills
0

Symmetry Castle and the building area of Symmetry City.

Ages 7-18+
Published by PH Weingarten • 2 years ago •  3
This adventure leads you through discovering a symmetric world. In the beginning there is a short tutorial. Finally you building up Symmetry City.

Math > Geometry - Symmetry, German, Tutorial
0
Ages 10-18
Published by jluisvargas1 • 3 years ago •  6
Washington DC

Social Studies > Civics and Government - Washington DC
5

Spawn Point

Ages 7-14
Published by MrSolomon • 3 years ago •  4
Students will recreate a colony based on U.S. History: New England Colonies, Middle Colonies, and Southern Colonies

Social Studies > History - collaboration, simulation,
0

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Ages 5-6
Published by Matt Jorgensen • 3 years ago •  6
*** New Version Available - See Below *** This is a really easy training ground for using remotes to programme turtles.

Technology > Computer Science - Visual Programming with the Remote
0
Ages 5-9
Published by Ray Chambers • 3 years ago •  2
This map requires pupils to navigate through a world and note down the 'wow' words which are on red blocks. Pupils will need to research what the blocks mean and eventually build their own world.

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - WOW words in English
5
Ages 5-9
Published by Ray Chambers • 3 years ago •  0
This activity requires students to join the map and dig down to find the location of the treasure. They should write down the co-ordinates in their books/sheets so that they can learn how to represent shapes as a co-ordinate.

Math > Measurement and Data - Co-Ordinates Locate Treasure
5
Ages 7-12
Published by Ray Chambers • 3 years ago •  0
Pupils will investigate the world of Rome. They will look at roman times and will think about how people lived. They will document what they see on a photocopied sheet and they will use this information to write an informed piece.

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - Rome: - English Diary
5
Ages 7-12
Published by Ray Chambers • 3 years ago •  0
Students are required to build in their allocated spot and they should put signs up to claim their spot. Once they've done this, they must stay in their allocated area.

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - To give classroom control
5
Ages 10-14
Published by TheEdumicator • 3 years ago •  7
The map is a recreation of the Clue board game. It's a mansion with hidden rooms. Working in teams, the students will solve the mystery.

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - creative writing
5
Ages 10-14
Published by TheEdumicator • 3 years ago •  1
While following a loop of parkour and challenges, the students will solve 12 problems involving multiplying decimals.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - multiplying decimals
4.5
All Ages
Published by Sara Richards • 3 years ago •  0
Students use a map grid to collaboratively create a city. Discuss city planning, community helpers, and map skills in this primary Social Studies lesson.

Social Studies > Geography - city planning, grid navigation
5
Ages 10-12
Published by Roger Hardy • 3 years ago •  0
it is brillant

Technology > Computer Science - sss
0
All Ages
Published by Roger Hardy • 3 years ago •  1
test

Arts > Architecture - test
0
Ages 12-14
Published by PCCLD • 3 years ago •  0
Ender's Game created by Minecraft

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - Ender's Game
0

spawn

Ages 7-9
Published by xavflor • 3 years ago •  2
Large student build map with 24 student work stations with 3 problems to solve and a bonus.

Math > Geometry - area perimeter
5

The starting pyramid, the map grid and the compass rose.

Ages 7-14
Published by Chris Goodson • 3 years ago •  4
Students use their knowledge of latitude and longitude to complete a competitive scavenger hunt. Students must locate coordinates on a map and then navigate to the coordinates in a Minecraft world.

Social Studies > Geography - Latitude and Longitude
4
Ages 10-14
Published by TheEdumicator • 3 years ago •  4
After shipwrecking on an island, the students set out to find hidden treasure. By solving division problems and using clues, the students travel by foot and boat from island to island.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - division, xyz coordinates
0
Ages 5-18+
Published by toniadmin • 3 years ago •  1
The tutorial world translated to French and modified to work with azerty keyboard layout.

Technology > Computer Skills - How to play Minecraft - French
5
Ages 10-12
Published by TheEdumicator • 3 years ago •  3
6 lanes for 6 groups of students. They will solve multiplication problems and enter the answers in doors with lock codes. At the end, for fun, they will need to open Lucky Blocks.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - multiplication (3-digits x 2-digits)
0

Area 1+2

Ages 7-9
Published by MrSolomon • 3 years ago •  10
Students have 7 areas to show the number 12 in different ways. Adapted from Bridges Math Unit on Multiplication and Arrays.

Math > Algebra - Developing Numeracy for Grades 2-4
4

Ground Floor Student Hub

Ages 5-18+
Published by WCPSS • 3 years ago •  1
This world is a solo-build map template. Using teleporters, students will enter into their own personalized spaces in the main building to access a chest for materials, an instruction block for extra information, and a teleporter to their build area.

Technology > Computer Science - template map
5
All Ages
Published by zaelyn.bear • 3 years ago •  0
Creat a new world

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - words, language
0
Ages 10-12
Published by MakersFactory • 3 years ago •  0
Students will explore the coordinate system built into Minecraft, understanding the relation of the X/Z coordinates to the point of origin and tying them to words like "North," "South," "East," and "West."

Math > Measurement and Data - Coordinates
5
Ages 10-12
Published by MakersFactory • 3 years ago •  4
Students practice coordinates by taking part in a Treasure Hunt, where they are challenged to quickly find as many specified coordinates as possible in a time period.

Math > Measurement and Data - Coordinates
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Ages 7-9
Published by MakersFactory • 3 years ago •  1
Students are introduced to the concept of fractions by entering a pre-built mansion, tasked to write down every fraction they can find.

Math > Ratios - Fractions, proportions, ratios
5
Ages 7-9
Published by MakersFactory • 3 years ago •  0
Students exercise knowledge about fractions; they are given the space and blocks to make their own "fraction house" using assigned fractions.

Math > Ratios - Fractions, proportions, ratios
5
Ages 10-12
Published by MakersFactory • 3 years ago •  0
Students learn about contour maps. Students will create a contour map of their own in Minecraft, outlining particular layers of a mountain with colored blocks to show the contour intervals.

Science > Earth Science - Contour maps
5
Ages 10-12
Published by MakersFactory • 3 years ago •  0
Students learn about volume using Minecraft blocks, measuring dimensions and calculating the volume of increasingly more complicated shapes.

Math > Measurement and Data - Volume
5
Ages 10-14
Published by MakersFactory • 3 years ago •  1
Students measure a Minecraft recreation of the Parthenon of ancient Greece, and calculate its volume.

Math > Measurement and Data - Volume, area, length
5

Volcano town burning!

All Ages
Published by Mr Fish • 3 years ago •  15
Can children work together when volcanoes and an earthquake threaten their town?

Social Studies > Geography - volcanoes, earthquakes
5

Dundee Waterfront World

All Ages
Published by Deepak Gopinath • 3 years ago •  0
World created by Andrew Rennie for Youth Camp held at University of Dundee. More at http://www.dundee.ac.uk/geddesinstitute/projects/minecraft/.

Social Studies > Geography - City planning
0
Ages 18+
Published by EduElfie • 3 years ago •  5
The world from MinecraftEduLIVE! Session 4. Command block and their uses.

Technology > Computer Science - Command Blocks
0
All Ages
Published by TheEdumicator • 3 years ago •  1
This is a fun map with parkour elements. As players finish sections, they will gather a variety of items.

Technology > Computer Science - parkour, scavenger hunt
0
All Ages
Published by TheEdumicator • 3 years ago •  5
Branching from a central spawn point, there are 24 long lanes of building space for individual students or teams.

Technology > Computer Science - building, parkour
0

World of Power

Ages 10-16
Published by TCIPG • 3 years ago •  3
TCIPG Education presents the World of Power, where students explore electricity generation and distribution. Gamers can explore a world with independent lessons and learn about the power grid.

Science > Engineering - Electricity, Distribution, Power Grid
5

Skyscrapers, and office blocks

Ages 7-12
Published by Porchester Junior • 3 years ago •  2
A short challenge based adventure created from a world built by a group of 10/11 year old pupils

Social Studies > Geography - Exploration, Problem Solving
5
Ages 5-18+
Published by Little-Engineers • 3 years ago •  0
Main world for our school.

Science > Engineering - School
0
All Ages
Published by TheEdumicator • 3 years ago •  0
This is six large areas for group work.

Science > Biology - habitats, zoo, work areas
0
Ages 7-14
Published by Arukay • 3 years ago •  0
See the final student projects from the Arukay Minecraft courses summer 2015! Each student designed their own exhibit, with the entire level serving as an excellent introduction to ComputerCraftEdu

Technology > Computer Science - Demonstration of Arukay Course 201
5

A sphinx inspired religious structure.

All Ages
Published by Jep • 3 years ago •  0
A world with open building spaces and a central market for trading and purchasing. XP forms the central currency.

Social Studies > Economics - Market, Economics, Sustainability
0

The spawn point at Turtle Island features traders who offer rewards for completing quests.

Ages 7-18+
Published by MikeHarvey • 3 years ago •  14
Turtle Island is a massive world made for MinecraftEdu 1.7.10 that relies on both ComputerCraftEdu and CustomNPCs to function properly.

Technology > Computer Science - Computer Programming
5

Turtle Canyon

Ages 7-18+
Published by MinecraftTeachr • 3 years ago •  7
Players use ComputerCraftEdu to explore Turtle Canyon where they meet friendly mechanical turtles and program them.

Technology > Computer Science - Programming and Computational Thinking
5

Introduction to "What is a Number?"

Ages 5-12
Published by MrSolomon • 3 years ago •  19
Students use the "Large Work Space" world to complete a "Number Zoo" where they will represent numbers in different ways.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - numeracy, addition, subtraction
5

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