MinecraftEdu World Library

Collaborative Build Map

Ages 7-12
Published by MisterA  •  Posted 1391 days ago
This map has been used as a base for lessons ranging from equivalent fractions to digital storytelling. It provides a central spawn and teleporting system, dividing students into 8 groupings. Groups are marked both by number and color.
Arts > Architecture - Base Map for Groups
Rating: 
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)
World Details and Requirements
Created by: MisterA
World version: 1.0
Supported MinecraftEdu Versions: 1.6.4, 1.7.10

Required MinecraftEdu Hosted Mods

You can obtain these mods using the MinecraftEdu Launcher
  • bibliocraft
  • customnpcs

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Description

This map can be used in creative or Minecraftedu mode.

Use this map as a starting point for many projects, giving students a 50 block x 100 block space to create in.

Each area is surrounded by border blocks, so even in creative mode, students can not interfere with the other groups building.

There are many great group building maps that encourage collaborative work, this is just another one use it for whatever you want.

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Comments

Comments

Hello. I am new to MinecraftEdu, but very excited by the collaboration among teachers here. This world seems perfect for management of small groups within a single server/world. I downloaded the map and installed the mods; however, I am getting a message that there are missing blocks and/or items. Is anyone else having this problem? Is there something I can do?

Hey Sim Eff, It may be that I had a different version of CustomNPCs at the time. It should be fine if you select "confirm" and then save it after. There isn't anything crazy in the map that would break. Hope that helps.

Thank you MisterA, I will try it out like that!

This is a great base to build from! We'll definitely be using this for our future map generation!