The Code Builder Update is now available for all users, with trainings and lessons to help you teach coding in Minecraft: Education Edition. With resources for educators of all experience levels, from Minecraft Hour of Code to standards-based curriculum, Minecraft provides the tools you need to bring computer science to your classroom.
Coding with Minecraft: Education Edition has been a game changer. It meets the needs of all my students, those who use code to create and those who use code to problem solve.
- Cathy Cheo-Isaacs, Education Technology Specialist
Now available for educators, the ‘Coding with Minecraft’ curriculum is based on CSTA standards and covers foundational Computer Science concepts like conditionals, functions and coordinates. This 30-hour curriculum is designed for students age 11-16 and includes lesson plans, student workbooks, assessment guides, and Minecraft worlds to help students build computational thinking skills.
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Learn to teach Computer Science with Minecraft in 'Building Blocks of Code,' a set of courses empowering educators to bring computational thinking to their classrooms and explore the open world only Minecraft can bring.
Apply the power of code in your science and math classes with this collection of standards-aligned lesson plans. Build a number line, design a molecule and explore energy transfer within Minecraft and Code Builder using this Computer Science subject kit.
The Voyage Aquatic takes learners on an aquatic adventure to find treasure and solve puzzle with code. Over 50 short puzzles, trainings and facilitator guides are available covering coding basics and CSTA standards for grades K-5. Minecraft Hour of Code has reached more than 100 million sessions. Join the movement and run an Hour of Code!
Start the Voyage Aquatic
Looking for a way to get started? Download a free trial of Minecraft: Education Edition, available for Windows 10, macOS and iPad. Explore using Code Builder to see firsthand how you can teach coding with Minecraft.