Do you love playing Minecraft? Today you'll learn how to customize your own character to make the game even more fun. Join along as we reveal in simple steps how to make a Minecraft skin.
Minecraft is the best-selling video game of all time. Because of its open-ended nature, many players use it as a game engine in which to create their own games. So today we’ll look at some of the best Minecraft coding classes for kids.
In this post, we’ll learn about creating Minecraft pixel art while exploring some helpful strategies, useful tools, and fun ideas. By making a flat Minecraft world in creative mode, you basically have a blank canvas to create your pixel art masterpieces.
In this blog post, we’ll cover some useful Minecraft building and engineering skills to help you realize your potential as a Minecraft castle architect and builder. Additionally, we’ll look at some examples of well-known castles that can serve as inspiration.
Hour of Code has become a worldwide effort to celebrate computer science, starting with 1-hour coding activities. So today we're going to share some fun Hour of Code Minecraft activities you can complete. We'll guide you step by step through the challenges in the 2019 Minecraft demo world.
Minecraft commands are very powerful tools that can help you do things in Minecraft very quickly. They can even be essential components in the design and creation of your own mini-games within a Minecraft world. Here are 12 cool commands to try!
In this post, we'll take a look at four free web-based Minecraft skin editors and explore their features to see what makes them different. So you can find the best one for you!
In this article, we’ll cover the best coding games for kids! There are so many options, and many of them are free. These games teach different concepts of coding while empowering kids to feel proud of their creations!
Find out how to use WorldEdit Commands. Learn how to create structures, replace large amounts of blocks, and so much more with a few simple commands.
Learn Minecraft coding! Discover the different way kids play it and how schools use it. Plus, see how to code Minecraft Mods in 10 simple steps.