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Student creates 3d model of ancient Egypt with Minecraft


By teaming up with the 6th grade Social Studies standards, the students took their knowledge about Ancient Egypt and applied it towards the art they made in my class using Minecraft

See how this student showcases a model of his Minecraft world after studying Ancient Egypt. It helped out that he built upon his previous knowledge of Minecraft where we Dilated paintings and remade them out of Minecraft blocks.

4 thoughts on “Student creates 3d model of ancient Egypt with Minecraft

  1. Unbelieveable that little kids are able to do this 🙂

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  4. wow they are very talented! (my daughter loves mc she would like to do this!)

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