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Enjoy the best free Minecraft classes for kids online

Free virtual Minecraft coding classes can unleash kids’ creativity using the game they already love. Minecraft is a video game full of adventure and limitless possibilities where characters build, mine, battle mobs, and explore the ever-changing Minecraft landscape. Using Minecraft as a tool, these free classes deliver top-quality learning and develop students' computational thinking, while keeping coding fun and engaging.

Our curriculum, designed by experts from Stanford, MIT, and, and featured by Minecraft Education, uses a combination of structured puzzles and open-ended projects to allow students to focus on learning specific new knowledge points, and to be very creative and have a lot of freedom when doing open-ended projects. In a small group setting led by a live expert online, your child will get introduced to the platform and how to code using it. They’ll also complete their first challenge: save a village or build their first mod! Start with the free class that matches your child’s age: Modding Quest (Grades 2-5) or Code to Mod (Grades 4-7).

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Free Intro to Intermediate Minecraft Modding

Free Intro to Intermediate Minecraft Modding

  • Grades 4-7
  • In this free Minecraft class, we introduce students to the platform for coding on Minecraft. It is easy to use and very powerful. They will also start building their very first mod! We will complete two fun challenges in this class. This is an advanced coding class for grades 4-6. In this free intro class, we will not code on Minecraft itself but will use an emulator instead, because it takes a lot of time to enable coding for Minecraft. However, in Class Parts 1 - 3, the code will run on Minecraft software. Sign up today to start learning Minecraft coding.

  • 55 minutes
    Single Session
  • Average 5 Students Per Class
  • Computer - Mac
    Windows PC
  • Must be very familiar with Scratch with at least 20 hours of Scratch coding experience or completed Create & Learn Scratch Ninja I and II classes. Require Windows or Mac computer. Program does not work on Chromebook. No Minecraft license needed.
Creative Minecraft Building

Creative Minecraft Building

  • Grades 2-5
  • Join this free, live virtual intro class to start creating with one of the most powerful elements in Minecraft - Redstone. Through a series of fun activities and puzzle-solving, students will learn how different power sources such as Redstone blocks, torches, and switches can be used to power blocks around them in different ways. Students will be taught the skills they need to start creating more advanced structures that can be powered up or automated.

  • 55 minutes
    Single Session
  • Average 5 Students Per Class

Is Minecraft coding free?

Yes, Minecraft coding is free. Minecraft: Education Edition can be downloaded for free. Then you can take Create & Learn’s free Minecraft classes to find out how to get set up and complete a cool tutorial to begin learning coding.

Can you learn to code with Minecraft?

Absolutely you can learn to code with Minecraft. Using Minecraft: Education Edition’s game-based learning platform, kids can build their creativity, collaboration and problem-solving skills in an immersive digital environment. Taking live virtual classes online can also empower kids to learn quickly. With a structured learning path and personalized expert guidances, their journey is sure to be successful!

Is coding Minecraft hard?

Coding Minecraft is not hard. It is definitely a fun challenge. Within just 12 sessions of our Minecraft classes you’ll be able to place and break blocks, build structure, spawn animals, develop mini-games, and a lot more. You can even join our Minecraft Modding Quest to get practice with a new project every week. We recommend learning some Scratch coding first with our free Scratch class, because knowing fundamental logic will help make Minecraft easier to learn.