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 Code.org, 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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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 club 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.