Minecraft Earth lets users aged 10 and up bring Minecraft into the real world. Students can build amazing objects in tabletop mode and place them in the real world at life size. They can populate their builds with unique mobs like the muddy pig and moobloom. They can collaborate with other builders and create communal masterpieces together, or team up and go on mini adventures. They can explore a new side to their local neighborhood and watch it evolve over time. Available for iOS and Android mobile devices, this augmented-reality game gives students a whole new world to discover! Cost: Free, with in-app purchases offered
Each month we publish blogs and newsletters full of digital learning, funding, professional growth, social media, and STEM resources. Below are items from our blogs and newsletters that educators turned to the most in May.
Games are microcosms of the real world, making play and design a springboard for possibility. The Game Design Studio Toolkit supports teens in using game design to lead systems of change, engaging teens in individual and collective reflection and action as they create their own games.
Killer Snails creates immersive games that inspire a love of science. The games are built by scientists and backed by science. The company’s mission is to create the next generation of changemakers and to bring science out of the laboratory and into the hands of learners.