From drones to drum kits to cameras, we’ve compiled below the top cool tech gifts for kids to help you with your holiday and birthday shopping this year.
This guide will show you how to create your own Minecraft holiday skins and download them to use in Minecraft.
Discover a variety of supplemental learning activities that will help your child catch up on areas they may be struggling with, or push their learning and interests to the next level.
The greatest gift you can give this holiday season is not the latest game console or tech gadget - it’s the gift of learning. Instead of buying your loved one games or tech, enable him or her to create future games and tech! Give your loved ones educational toys and gifts for kids and teens.
We've created a handy comparison guide to help you find the best learning platform option for your unique child.
Having your child learn through something they love is the best way for them to retain information. It's important for your child to learn the fundamentals of programming and game design. This gives them a leg up in the workforce, on college applications, and with internships.
One of the most fulfilling things (other than beating the Ender Dragon) is to make your own Minecraft mods. Minecraft modding is great, but where do you start? You are in luck because today we'll share some of the most extraordinary mod ideas to inspire your future creations.
All lines of work need great problem solvers to find tomorrow’s solutions, and students of any age can be honing their problem-solving skills. Check out some of these fun problem-solving activities for kids and teens below!
Modding Minecraft can be tough! You need tons of different tools and knowledge, and you may not even know where to start. Look no further, as this blog will guide you through the easiest and best Minecraft Mod Makers.
In this post we will show you how to write the script for a Fading Trap part that is perfect to put in an obby (obstacle course) or puzzle-style game! A fading trap is a block, or part, that slowly fades away until the player falls through.