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Minecraft 3D Architecture, Let's Build!

About This Course

Minecraft 3D Architecture, Let’s Build! is an engaging and hands-on course designed to spark the creativity and imagination of young learners. In this course, students will dive into the virtual world of Minecraft to explore the exciting realm of architectural design. Led by experienced instructors, students will learn about basic architectural concepts such as scale, proportion, and spatial awareness. They will develop problem-solving skills as they plan, design, and construct 3D structures within the Minecraft universe. 

You'll learn to:

  • Learn the basics of 3D architecture and design principles within the Minecraft game environment
  • Develop spatial awareness and creativity by designing and building structures, houses, and landscapes
  • Explore different architectural styles and techniques, gaining inspiration from real-world examples and historical buildings
  • Foster problem-solving skills by overcoming challenges and incorporating functional elements into Minecraft creations

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Fourteen hours of one on one private instruction or one complete course. Weekday or weekend appointments with a live instructor onsite at our facility. Once lessons begin, students meet routinely each week on set days and times for one or more hours per week consecutively until the course hours have been completed. Appointments are subject to availability.

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