Minecraft has opened up its virtual educational world for free until late June 2020. This means that you can access all the online learning opportunities. These lessons include a tour of the space station and an investigation into the human eye!
Other lessons are coding games for children interested in programming and a tour of the Whitehouse. You can also delve into the world of renewable energy resources, such as nuclear, solar and wind.
Microsoft, the owner and founder of Minecraft, said in a statement that they want to do all they can to open up learning opportunities for all children who are currently stuck at home in isolation due to COVID-19.
These lessons are usually only accessible in schools but now you can stop by them in your home too.
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