To help you get started teaching with Minecraft, we’ve compiled some key resources – including sample lessons, starter worlds, training videos, and connections to other Minecraft educators to make the implementation of Minecraft in your classroom as smooth as possible.
Try These First!
Minecraft can help you bring your Science curriculum alive. Try these beginner lessons and worlds to engage your students' problem solving, technology, and communication skills.
Learn how sustainable processes work in real life, including the components of a sustainable home, managing waste products, generating electricity, responsible forestry, and more.
Build with Bees!
Eleven brand-new NGSS aligned lesson plans developed with the American Beekeeping Federation’s Kids and Bees program.
International Space Station
Explore the station in Minecraft then continue your learning with this set of ten hands-on lesson plans.
Use the unique chemistry features of Minecraft to engage your students in the classroom.
We partnered with World Wildlife Fund on a new content pack, which includes an immersive Minecraft world and standards-based lessons. Explore these resources for hands-on learning about ecosystems, conservation and biodiversity.
This collection of lessons and worlds is presented to help demonstrate the diverse ways Minecraft can be used to create immersive and engaging educational experiences in your classroom. Use these activities and worlds as they are, or as a starting point to adapt to your students' needs.