Minecraft Sandbox (Ages 7-9) - Tuesday EST (Jan - March)

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New York Society of Play

Ages

7 - 9 yrs

Dates

Tue, Jan 5, 2021 - Mar 30, 2021

Time

4:00pm - 6:00pm EST

Location

Online

Instructors

Taylor W., Raphael C.

Capacity

7 students


Class Experience

This is the page to register for our January - March workshops, which end on March 31st. If you would like to register for our April - June workshops, please click the link below:


Minecraft - Tuesdays EST



If you can dream it, you can build it! The sky is the limit!


Students will use the popular Minecraft program to collaborate, create, and design on our safe, private Minecraft servers. Not only will your child’s creations be safe; your child will be, as well!


Minecraft promotes skills like mathematical literacy (especially geometry), project planning, and resource management.

Notes

Classes are conducted over Zoom, and the class Zoom link will be attached to your receipt.
A reminder email will be sent an hour before the activity begins.


IMPORTANT NOTE: High-end Computer is Required for Minecraft! The following devices will NOT work during our workshop:
- Chromebook
- iPad/Tablet
- Kindle
- Phone

Other Things To Know

Holiday Schedule
See Schedule

How To Participate

You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions.


Meet your Instructors

Taylor W.

I was a food server and bartender for 9 years before moving into restaurant management. I was also in a touring rock band for 7 years. I chose to work in childcare because the mentors I had growing up in theater and music changed my life. Being able to provide that support to the next generation of great minds is a dream come true. Seeing the immense social and emotional progress of every student who takes part in our programming is inspiring. In my free time I love to make music and play chess.

Raphael C.

Before and while earning a B.A. in Music and Theatre Arts from Brown University, I served in many roles with theatrical organizations. I work in childcare because imagination is something that is very strong during youth, and can remain strong throughout the aging process as long as it has a solid foundation. I enjoy helping kids embrace and cultivate their imaginations in a fun and healthy manner. In my free time, I like to play D&D, compose music, and bake.