Minecraft.Play.Learn Children’s Workshop | 19 Mar 2016

 

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Why do children love playing Minecraft so much? They will tell you it is fun but it also gives them the freedom to create, pushing their imaginations and allowing them to be creative in a way they can’t be in the real world.

It encourages problem solving and in this workshop setting, they will get the opportunity to learn from other group members and the workshop teacher.

The 2 hr Minecraft.Play.Learn workshops will allow your child to enjoy the social interaction of playing on a private server (all laptops are provided) with the other group members. Each child will be encouraged to work on a building challenge related to a specific learning topic, as well as getting some free time to explore the unique world they will be playing in.

Cost is $20 per child for the March workshop (a special offer as this would normally be $24).
Please reserve a spot for your child at the Creative Blend Studio website here and payment will be due at the start of the workshop. Payment options are Cash or EFTPOS.

Please note Minecraft.Play.Learn workshops are aimed at children 8+ years who have a good understanding of how to play Minecraft in creative mode.


For more information and all enquiries please visit the Minecraft.Play.Learn Children’s Workshop Facebook event page.

WhatMinecraft.Play.Learn Children’s Workshop

When: Saturday 19 March 2016 | 9.30 – 11.30 am

Where: Creative Blend Studio | Shop 1, 29 High Street, Willunga

WhoChildren 8+ years who have a good understanding of how to play Minecraft in creative mode

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