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Number of students: Max 10
Prerequisite: Minecraft account (if available)  
Software: Minecraft MOD using Java, 
Fees: 400AED/ 4 Sessions 
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Area: Coding, Development and  Design
Age: 8-14 Yrs old
Skill Level : Beg.  and Int.
Timing: 5:00pm- 6:30pm
Duration: 4 weeks
Starting January 2018

Course Description

CODING :During the CODE with MINECRFAT Workshop, Students will be provided with a Minecraft Editor for creating new MODS while learning Java. Students will cover the fundamentals of coding in a fun and engaging way following a scenario based activities.

Coding with Minecraft teaches kids programming and computational thinking in a way that's fun for kids. They build and protect their lands with puzzles coded in real JavaScript.

What Will Students take Home?

During the Duration of the Workshop, students will go home with an account for Minecraft MOD editor platform, they will be able to access it on their own time and get to enjoy the numerous Minecraft coding activities as well as a dedicated Minecraft server for them to host games and set their own rules.

Prerequisite for getting the best our of the Camp

  • Laptop ( Windows any version and browser)

  • Minecraft Account (Original PC Minecraft Version)

  • Remember your Minecraft User name and password 



Minecraft is a well familiar and loved platform by all kids and teens, all Minecraft players have a wealth of information and already acquired new and complex skills that allow them to play the game, create their own world and even hack it with very complex commands. 

At THE-CODE we are building on this great passion for the game and designing all these exciting  puzzles for Minecraft players to SHIFT this energy to industry level skills that can be the start of a future career by learning JAVA programming language.

As their skills in coding and computational thinking develop, so does their ability to create challenging
and exciting puzzles. A lot of the satisfaction for kids and teachers comes from discovering how
they can use code to create really fun games and enjoy their new develop world with their friends and mates.

How is Coding with MINECRAFT Workshop is different than playing with MINECRFAT at home?

Typically, kids and teens play Minecraft at home with little to no direction or goals in mind. During The Coding with MINECRAFT at THE-CODE, students approach gameplay from a new angle, and are empowered to discover the underlying mechanics of the game in a collaborative environment.

Beginner to advanced students in our Minecraft workshops and camps learn how to think critically about their work with the infinite possibilities of the game.

Students create themes, storylines, dialog between characters, objectives, goals, and more, while more experienced players delve deeper into game design & development, modding, and level design.

Learning takes place in small groups, allowing students to progress at their own pace

Skills gained:

Software  and hardware:

  • JAVA using CODE KINGDOMS Minecraft Editor

  • Minecraft commands using the Minecraft game environment

21st Century learning skills and STEM:

  • Problem Solving

  • Game logic

  • Critical thinking

  • Adapting to new changes

  • Project Planning

Is this the right camp for my child?

Students will learn to:

  • learn computational thinking alongside a real coding

  • promoting soft skills like problem-solving, teamwork and time

  • We encourage kids to experiment with code knowing that it won't always work -
    breaking things is OK! Getting stuck, debugging and further problem solving are all part of how
    programming works in the real world.

What Will Students Learn?

This workshop is suitable for all children above the age of 8 years old, Weather they are a seasoned Minecraft players or new to the game development, every child will find the right space to build on new skills and explore new platforms and techniques.


We would love to hear from you, you can call us on 058 805 7907 so that we can make more personalized recommendations 

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