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4th Grade California Missions

Ages 7-12
Published by Shay Kornfeld  •  Posted 420 days ago
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,
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5
Average: 5 (2 votes)
World Details and Requirements
Created by: Shay Kornfeld
World version: 1.0
Supported MinecraftEdu Versions: 1.7.10
World Type: Exploration, Mission Based, Observation
Tags: Team Work, missions, california, 4th grade, history

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This map goes great with California History and the Mission building project.  Since they are all building relatively close to each other, this is a good map to teach ethics and laws to create a peacfull attmosphere.  They need to learn to work together, and near eachother without destroying each others worlds.  More importantly, it is good map skills, directionality, and knowledge of the Californai Missions.  When they have completed all their work, you will have a large map that is magnificently impressive. 

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Checking out your world. How do I get to the starting point? And are there coordinates to get to each Mission plot? I am just learning Minecraft. This will be the first World I use other than the Tutorial World. Thanks for your help.

Hmmm...This is my first map as well! I roses and signs around where you automatically start, but maybe it is different when someone else DL's it? I made the map so that the starting location is in the exact middle of all the missions. 10 to the north, and 11 to the south. They follow the order of the real missions and map locations to the best of my ability. Tomorrow I will send you a snap shot of the map and more info via twitter. Where do you start off when you log in?

https://youtu.be/Ob74YvNb590 here is a video of what my students have done so far after 1 month of building.

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