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What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $14.99 for one year of access to Minecraft-modding online software with video tutorials ($30 value)
- $19.99 for two years of access to Minecraft-modding online software with video tutorials ($60 value)
LearnToMod guides students through a coding curriculum using tutorials, puzzles, and badges, so students can start making Minecraft mods right away. LearnToMod connects directly with the student’s desktop or laptop version of Minecraft so they can test their mods in their own private server.
- Children learn coding by programming their own Minecraft mods for Mac or PC
- Designed for students ages 6-13 years old
- More than 40 hours of interactive tutorials, videos, and puzzles
- Mods can be played in Minecraft game
- Includes private Minecraft server where mods can be played with friends
- Includes an in-browser Minecraft simulator for quick & easy mod testing
- Includes in-browser Texture Pack and Schematics Editors for even more creativity
- Access hundreds of community-created Minecraft mods, texture packs, worlds, and schematics
- Minecraft for PC/Mac
- All Windows and Mac operating systems
- Laptop or desktop computer
- Internet access with download speed of 1mbps or higher
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple. Valid only for option purchased. Online only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Minecraft, an insanely popular computer game that allows players to build entire worlds, is especially popular with children (it was named Most Addicting Game by the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards, among other accolades). Part of the game's success is the ability for players to make modifications (mods) to the game's features. That's where LearnToMod steps in. Because "kids are already spending ridiculous amounts of hours on Minecraft," Stephen Foster, the co-founder of LearnToMod's parent company, told Wired magazine, " … we thought this would be a good way to help them learn skills.”