6-7 yrs old
8-10 yrs old
11-13 yrs old
Math & Economics
Students will explore how to create to-scale replicas of real-world objects, buildings or locations using unit conversions. Easily differentiated.
July 10, 2018
Engage and Explore: Explain to students they are to choose a building or feature in the school, and recreate using Minecraft: Education Edition. For initial instruction allow students to experiment and explore.
Discuss: What were some challenges of creating real world objects/places using Minecraft. Answers may include size of blocks, limitation of blocks to represent materials (eg, metal bars, rounded items), the need to examine the location further.
Think Pair Share: How can we create a more accurate representation of real world objects?
Discuss the need to accurately measure objects. How large should one Minecraft block be in the physical world? Decide as a class an appropriate size/scale for Minecraft blocks. Suggestions or guiding discussions could include 1 block = 1 metre, 50cm, 10cm. How many Minecraft blocks will I need to make 1m, 10m, 100m?
Recommended for younger students: Use informal units using concrete materials, eg square box, container or base-1000 block (recommended)
Record the agreed scale on white board or poster.
Model: Create a real-world object using correct measurement techniques. Display on Interactive White Board, or screen, as a reference to students.
Jigsaw: Students measure and record the length, height and depth of classroom furniture, buildings and structures using formal and informal units. Report measurements to class.
Collaborate: Students work in collaborative teams using Minecraft Education Edition (Blocks of Grass, Creative) to reproduce their measured items. Students present their creations, explaining size and material choices.
Large scale project/Extension: Recreate entire classroom or school using scale and accurate measurements.
Use Google Maps satellite view with measure tool or school map to measure the perimeter of different areas of the school. Initiate number talk to discuss effective strategies to estimate and calculate Minecraft blocks required to recreate this area.
Science in Minecraft
How does science in MC and the real world differ?
Create Fred the Human Body!
Collaborate: design & create a human body!
Students to create a sustainable energy circuit
Element Scavenger Hunt
Scavenger hunt to find elements in the world.
Students will create a unique dinosaur.
Dynamic Ecosystems Project
Mastering ecosystems concepts, ideas, principles
Detecting Wildlife Crime
Students detect and stop pangolin trafficking.
Build a coral reef time lapse in a Minecraft world
Explore chemical reactions and temperature.
The Strongest Bridge
Design a bridge with the strongest structure.
Moon Craft 2.0 Lunar Learning
Students learn about the Moon & NASA's LOP-G
Join an ANT Colony!
Be part of a collective
Differentiate the types of volcanism.
Know your Ecosystem
Demonstrating Ecosystem with all its elements
Habitats: Human Impact
Explore the human impact on earth's biomes!
Design various coral reefs with Minecraft and code
Depicting best sustainable farming method
Humans invent technology to help them survive.
Adaptation of Marine organisms
Learn about life under water
The Force of Minecraft!
Energy forces in Minecraft? Where's the evidence?
Space Theme Park
Create a theme park based on the 8 planets!
Disappearance of some species affect the ecosystem
Types of Chemical Reactions
Demonstration of different types of reactions
Water Matters Challenge
Create a creative worldmap with Minecraft
Unity in diversity: cells
Create and label plant or animal cell models
Upcycling: Green Garden Unit
Create a Cleaner, Greener Environment for Schools
Energy Efficient House
Designing Energy Efficient Houses
Bees! Bees! Bees! Be a Bee!
Become a Bee and create a Beehive with your Class!
Blood Cycle Escape Room
In order to get out you must know your blood cycle
Climate Action Project
A Project As A Part of Koen's #ClimateActionP
Planets Orbiting the Sun
Fun Science Lesson
How do Soda Springs work?
Aquanaut Aquarius – Habitat II
A Skype Field Trip Companion Experience (Or Not)
Up and Atom
Create Working Models of Atoms
The man and the stars
STEAM activity about religion and archeoastronomy
Create a bird garden
Students will design and create a garden.
Let it rain! Water Cycle
Students recreate the phases of the water cycle.
Kingdoms of Life Zoo
A representation of the 5 kingdoms of life
One Health and Vector Control
Use Minecraft to control 6 mosquito-borne diseases
Minecraft Maze – Stage 3
Students in S3 will design, plan & build a maze
Create stations and sustainable resorts.
THE SAVIOURS OF TAJ MAHAL
Save 7th Wonder of the World from pollution #SDG13
TUTORIAL REDSTONE CATALÀ
tutorial curs Minecraft Unviersitat de Barcelona
Creando zonas verdes
Partiendo de un área árida hacia zonas verdes