MinecraftEdu World Library

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San Luis Obispo and directions sign.

Ages 7-12
Published by EELaw • 2 weeks ago •  0
Follow the path of the Franciscan Priests along El Camino Real up the California Coast and build a mission! Also find some interesting facts about each of the 21 missions at the California Mission Center.

Social Studies > History - California Missions, build areas
0
Ages 7-12
Published by Rick Meyer • 2 weeks ago •  5
This map is a throwback to the old Oregon Trail DOS game. Students start at a jumping off place and buy supplies. They then go out on the Oregon Trail and find landmarks, a fort, cross the continental divide, and finally navigate the Dalles.

Social Studies > History - Oregon Trail and Westward Movement
0
Ages 5-14
Published by XxGr33nxXGam3rXx • 3 weeks ago •  1
This map is awesome come and join your friends and family in building any civilization that pops into your brain!!

Social Studies > History - Stuff :)
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Getting the CCEdu Beginner's turtle and remote

Ages 10-18+
Published by kalleogland • 3 weeks ago •  0
A survival CCEdu (CC) turtle sandbox, lure students to code so they can buy all the cool things quicker.

Technology > Computer Science - Computer Programming, Survival, Trade
0
Ages 16-18
Published by copiela@iisd1.org • 1 month ago •  1
This is a replica of our High School

Technology > Computer Science - replica of school
0

Program turtles to do the work for you!

Ages 7-16
Published by MikeHarvey • 1 month ago •  3
Race against other teams to collect the most resources possible - Turtles only! Collaborate with your team to free your turtles from the maze!

Technology > Computer Science - Computer Programming
0
Ages 10-14
Published by Riley • 1 month ago •  0
An incomplete world for Zaniac Campuses across the US to use as a Boy Scouts challenge to host them at the campus for an activity.

Science > Earth Science - survival, boy scouts, challenge, zaniac
0
Ages 5-12
Published by James Roberts • 1 month ago •  1
World created for groups to create an arch bridge

Technology > Digital Citizenship - Arch Bridge Desgin
0

XP Supply Store Entrance

Ages 7-12
Published by MichaelMisha • 1 month ago •  0
This super flat world starts with a supply store that uses command blocks to vend essential crafting ingredients to students in exchange for XP levels.

Technology > Computer Science - Multipurpose
0
Ages 5-6
Published by Minecraft Matt • 1 month ago •  3
Welcome to a basic training world for turtles. Don't forget to download the worksheets too.

Technology > Computer Science - Programming Turtles
0
Ages 7-14
Published by Rick Meyer • 1 month ago •  3
This map has 7 different ecosystems with information on each one. The end of the activity is a 7 question quiz that must be answered perfect for the student to get through it.

Science > Earth Science - Ecosystems of Earth
5
Ages 7-12
Published by TKAMinecraft • 1 month ago •  0
Students will enter the land of Squirrelandria and use clues to find the missing spy described in the book "Going Nuts" by The King's Academy's 4th grade Explore class.

English Language Arts > Creative Writing - Mystery - problem solving
0
Ages 7-18+
Published by GreenWeb72 • 1 month ago •  1
This survival world pits your students against the harsh Canadian wilderness. Let your student experience everything Brian Robeson had to struggle through as he tries to survive against all odds.

English Language Arts > Literature - Book, Literature, Hatchet, Gary Paulsen
0
Ages 7-12
Published by brooksmuseums • 1 month ago •  1
This world has four class with 12 plots in order to make gov't buildings

Math > Geometry - area and perimeter
0

Dublin Castle

All Ages
Published by MindRising • 2 months ago •  0
MindRising champions the use of digital technology in schools & groups. MindRising is about telling stories about our past and our future. This is Dublin Castle.

Social Studies > History - Explore Dublin Castle
5

Dublin GPO 1916

All Ages
Published by MindRising • 2 months ago •  1
MindRising champions the use of digital technology in schools & groups. MindRising is about telling stories about our past and our future. This is the GPO Building from 1916.

Social Studies > History - Explore the GPO Dublin Ireland in 1916
5
Ages 12-16
Published by UNCG SELF Desig... • 2 months ago •  0
Reimagine the short story "To Build a Fire" by changing the central conflict of the story.

English Language Arts > Literature - plot, conflict, protagonist
0
Ages 7-12
Published by hotrod53 • 2 months ago •  3
Build your Mission along the California Coast. The Mission building area has the Mission name and can be teleported to via the spawn location.

Social Studies > Citizenship - Missions, build areas, California
5

The California Coast

Ages 7-12
Published by Shay Kornfeld • 2 months ago •  3
Follow the California coast to plots of land in between the ocean and the mountains. Each plot of land is designated with a Missions name and room to build.

Social Studies > Citizenship - California, missions, plots,
5

Overview of the map.

Ages 5-18+
Published by Galbzilla • 3 months ago •  1
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore Alberta before it was settled?

Social Studies > Geography - Natural Regions of Alberta
5

Spawn point

Ages 7-18+
Published by AllanEB • 3 months ago •  7
Minecraftedu world. At spawn point you can access 4 areas: Turtle area, redstone area, creative area and a 'go craft yourself' area.

Technology > Computer Science - Experiencing minecraft
0
Ages 10-12
Published by Jennifer.Herrer • 3 months ago •  0
mission homework

Social Studies > Citizenship - missions
0

Spawn has MinecraftEDU teleport block in middle, and optional teleport stations along perimeter (just add pressure plates).

Ages 5-18+
Published by Michael Hobson • 3 months ago •  0
Teleport stations send student groups to far-flung areas of the map to build without griefing others. Command block redstone circuit removes distracting items (bow, tnt) & potion effects (invisibility) every second.

Arts > Architecture - Template
5

Exterior, Spawn Point

Ages 5-12
Published by MichaelMisha • 3 months ago •  3
This super flat world starts with a supply store that uses command blocks to give students essential crafting ingredients.

Technology > Computer Science - Multipurpose
0
All Ages
Published by Gerardo • 3 months ago •  0
Sky wars

Arts > Design - Skywars
0
All Ages
Published by Joey Glatt • 3 months ago •  0
Newton Mining Co. is a MinecraftEdu World built to help teach the basics of physics - primarily the concepts of force, inertia, and momentum - with various pre-built examples followed by an Open Lab Area for assignments and student projects

Science > Physics - Force, Inertia, Momentum
5
Ages 5-18+
Published by MarcoVigelini • 3 months ago •  0
Traduzione del Mondo Tutorial rilasciato insieme a MinecraftEDU. Mondo che introduce i giocatori ai comandi base di Minecraft. I ragazzi dovranno risolvere alcuni puzzle e collaborare in gruppo

Technology > Computer Science - Mondo Tutorial in Italiano
0
Ages 7-12
Published by Mr. C • 4 months ago •  1
Welcome to fraction computation world! Students will enter the world and find signs with math questions. Students will find the solution to these questions and write them on a separate piece of paper.

Math > Numeracy and Operations - Fraction Computation
5
Ages 10-18+
Published by UNCG SELF Desig... • 4 months 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 • 4 months 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 5-14
Published by MOSI-Minecraft • 5 months 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
0
Ages 5-18+
Published by MinecraftTeachr • 5 months 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
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Instructions for Students in-world

Ages 10-18+
Published by Mme Gaudet • 5 months 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 • 5 months 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
0
Ages 7-9
Published by Richard Clarke • 5 months ago •  2
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 • 5 months 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 • 5 months ago •  6
Washington DC

Social Studies > Civics and Government - Washington DC
5

Spawn Point

Ages 7-14
Published by MrSolomon • 5 months 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,
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View 1

Ages 5-6
Published by Matt Jorgensen • 6 months 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 • 6 months 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 • 6 months 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 • 6 months 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 • 6 months 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 • 6 months ago •  4
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 • 6 months 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 • 6 months 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 • 6 months ago •  0
it is brillant

Technology > Computer Science - sss
0
All Ages
Published by Roger Hardy • 6 months ago •  1
test

Arts > Architecture - test
0
Ages 12-14
Published by PCCLD • 6 months ago •  0
Ender's Game created by Minecraft

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

spawn

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

Math > Geometry - area perimeter
5

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