Coding for Kids with Minecraft
Coding for Kids with Minecraft – Ages 8+ Learn Real Computer Programming and Code Amazing Minecraft Mods with Java – Award-Winning Online Courses (PC & Mac)
Kids Learn Java Programming by Making their own Minecraft Mods
Mod Creation: Essentials teaches kids how to code in Java while creating exciting custom mods for Minecraft. Our self-paced, online course is designed for students ages 7 to 15 and can be taken anytime on a schedule that works for you.
Students use their creativity to design and code a custom axe that shoots fireballs and a shield that throws enemies into the air. While learning how to code using professional programming tools, students receive valuable instruction on methods, variables and a variety of other coding concepts that are designed to help them learn how to code independently.
CodaKid uses fun breakout videos to explain coding concepts with fun graphics and animations – all in a way that kids can understand. Our learning platform also features fun quizzes that allow students to earn points, and these points can be used to gain access to special bonus mods. We use Minecraft version 1.12.2 to create our custom mods in Minecraft.
If students ever need assistance, they can reach out to our friendly online instructional team who will help them every step of the way. Students have access to our online teachers for 12 months via email or screenshare.
Real coding. Real skills
CodaKid students write real code using Java, one of the most popular programming languages in the world. We use professional grade tools and provide kids with real transferable skills. We do not employ drag and drop interfaces or copy/paste instruction.
- Kids learn Java coding by programming Minecraft Mods for Mac or PC
- Designed for students ages 7 and up! The perfect Minecraft Gift for beginners!
- Self-paced, online course can be taken at any time – on your schedule
- Live Mentor Assistance when you need it. More than 15 hours of interactive lessons
- Winner of a Parents’ Choice Gold Award and 2017 CODiE Finalist