The December 2016 school holidays is in a month! Time flies! Time to look for school holiday programmes to occupy restless kids during the school holidays.
Now, who has a kid who likes to play minecraft? Hands up, please. I think I see 9 out of 10 hands up. There's something about Minecraft and kids. They go together. As an adult, the only thing I know how to do in Minecraft is to chop trees. The kids are different though. They are so creative and the thing about Minecraft is it lets you create. It is an open ended, sandbox game that sets you free to be as creative as you want. The potential of the game is vast and unlimited. So too is the opportunity for learning.
This holidays, instead of letting your child play Minecraft aimlessly, why not send them to a Minecraft workshop to get lessons in creative design, explore the Minecraft world from a different perspective, learn to solve problems and even go treasure hunting during Minecraft game play.
Using the familiar game that kids love so much, CraftyMinds will guide your kids to explore the new Minecraft: Education Edition. The Minecraft: Education Edition is a version of the popular open world game, Minecraft, which is specifically designed for education. Students will be able to work together in teams to build projects and solve problems.
Kids will have so much fun they won't even realize they are learning. If your child likes to play Minecraft and you want him to learn something while playing, call Crafty Minds at 03-9054 2033 for more information.