Minecraft has been releasing a series of free educational sessions for children that parents can download to help children learn at home. Minecraft features items and add-on that people access the block-building game, which has a new Education section. Now, this all becomes free on Microsoft.
Minecraft Content Made Available For Free Now
Still, many kids are sticking at home, with no proper education guidance. So Microsoft provides parents a gift of teaching their kids.
The educational content is allowing the players to explore the International Space Station, through a partnership with NASA, as well as learn to code with a robot, visit Washington DC landmarks, find and build 3D fractals, learn what it’s like to be a marine biologist and more. This is launching for free download today and will be available through June 30, 2020.
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A blog post on Minecraft.net stated:
“If you head over to the Minecraft Marketplace, you will find some of our favorite lessons from Minecraft: Education Edition in a brand new Education category and Minecraft mod pack launcher. These educational worlds can play on your own, with your kids, parents, or friends.
From the comfort of your home, you can tour the International Space Station. You can even explore the inside of a human eye. We’ve also included 10 worlds from our Marketplace creator community.
Thanks to creators Everbloom, Jigarbov, Lifeboat, Razzleberries, The World Foundry, Blockworks. And Imagiverse you can explore renewable energy, marine biology, Greek history, and more.
The worlds include lesson plans like creative writing activities, build challenges, and tricky puzzles. All of these worlds are launching today and are free to download through June 30, 2020.”
Minecraft is made available on many more platforms including on Android & iOS, Kindle Fire, Windows 10 PC, Gear VR, Oculus Rift, Fire TV, Xbox One, Windows MR, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4.