Sunday, October 23, 2016

Unofficial Minecraft Lab for Kids by John Miller and Chris Scott Holiday Gift Guide 2016


Unofficial Minecraft Lab for Kids by John Miller and Chris Scott: Family Friendly Projects for Exploring In Teaching Math, Science, History, and Culture through Creative Building. Take charge of your child's screen time and learn fun lessons in math, science, art, architecture, and game design! Balancing your child's screen time can be difficult, especially when it comes to popular open-ended video games like Minecraft. The game offers players an exploration, imagination, and creation-focused environment, but its nonlinear game structure can mean spending a lot of time in the game. Minecraft Lab for Kids includes a variety of creative exercises that explore the game's aspects and use them to teach fun, educational lessons. Begin the book by brushing up on some common Minecraft language and examining each of the four game modes: survival, creative, adventure, and spectator. 

Then, use this knowledge to venture off onto the six different quests that encourage child and adult participation. These "gamified" labs will allow your child to earn stickers and badges as rewards as they complete quests. You'll even learn how to screen-cast and narrate your own videos to share with family and friends! Unofficial Minecraft Lab for Kids provides a fun, educational gaming goals that you and your child can reach together!
My Opinion: my young niece loves mine craft and I think she’s gonna like this book very much and this is very interested in to have kids make projects at home that kinda has to deal with mine craft. Some are Marshmallow Catapult, Paper Weaving, Cookie Mania and so much more. I plan on giving this to my niece for Christmas so she can have some fun with it and see what she can create.


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