Christmas is right around the corner and my kids are going crazy over STAR WARS (we are going to see it Monday). We tend to go light on Christmas giving. With 11 people under one roof it is a necessity. Thankfully, we have love in spades and so we really don’t care about things. My son Zane has been going around making coupons to give to his siblings as gifts. My daughter, Meg, was recruited by her adult siblings to make cookies for their co-workers and clients. But sometimes in the middle of the busyness there can be last minute gifts we want to give but we feel like we are running out of time.
So, for those of you who simply want to stay at home and have Christmas sent straight to your computer, here is the latest from Educents. And there is some GREAT NEWS. They are giving 15% OFF all of these last minute gift ideas. Including their MINECRAFT – Learn to Mod. If you have a computer/ Minecraft Geek in your home (and who doesn’t these day?) don’t pass this up. THIS OFFER IS GONE WHEN THE WEEKEND IS OVER.
Hey, last-minute Nancy. For this weekend only, Educents is offering 15% off on all instant gifts, including the digital Minecraft games! Use code INSTANT15 at checkout! *Offer valid this weekend only. Cannot combine coupon codes.
Minecraft Games for Kids Ages 6 and up
Nothing encourages fun learning more than connecting games to educational lessons. Here are a few opportunities for Minecraft kids to learn new skills using a game they already love:
LearnToMod is a browser-based software that teaches students how to mod the PC-version of Minecraft®. Great for kids ages 6 and up!!
What parents are saying about Learn to Mod: “The Minecraft program allows for users to modify the game through computer programming. These “mods” are quite popular and help Minecraft players take the game to the next level. So why not learn some basic programming skills using Minecraft? That is exactly what Learn to Mod does!” – Amy B., Teaching in Blue Jeans
Youth Digital’s Mod Design: Learn to Code with Minecraft
This is a Java class for Minecraft kids ages 8 to 14. Youth Digital’s online tech courses provide a safe, engaging learning environment for kids to master new technology skills.
“Our family has enjoyed the Mod Design 1 class! The instructor is funny, with humor that is age appropriate. The steps are easy to follow, and the kids feel a sense of accomplishment throughout. This is a creative way to use a child’s natural interest, in this instance Minecraft, to introduce them to Java programming.”
All of these programs are offered on Educents at a discount. Click HERE to start shopping for your Minecraft kid.
More instant gifts on sale this weekend:
Don’t want to worry about your gift arriving in time for Christmas? The Minecraft games and other online subscriptions listed below arrive instantly! No need to worry about shipping or wait for a box at your doorstep. To save an extra 15% on already discounted instant gifts, use code INSTANT15 at checkout*.
*Valid this weekend only. Cannot combine coupon codes.
- FarFaria Unlimited Library – It’s like Netflix for children’s ebooks!
- Math Video Game – Enter a realm where math is your child’s superpower! Mathbreakers is a 3D exploration game for mathematics, covering core foundations for kids aged 6-12.
- Magic Desktop Program – An online program for ages 2-12 to play thousands of learning activities, games, and videos.
- Computer Coding Game – Teach kids computer coding and programming with a video game! (Yes, really!)
- 1-Year Online Language Course – Use this incredible opportunity to include foreign language into your next year curriculum! Choose from Spanish, French, German, Chinese, Russian or ESL English Videos, songs, and games help learners become bilingual FAST!
- The Fun Spanish Level 1 – a fun, beginning Spanish program which teaches Spanish the Charlotte Mason way, one fun phrase at a time.
- Times Tales – A math story to help with the times tables!
- Ultimate K-12 Homeschool Package – Includes 98 digital textbooks for years of learning.
May God Bless You Richly . Merry Christmas!
Robin Liner is a wife, and veteran homeschool mom with over twenty years experience. She has written two picture books and actively blogs about homeschooling with an emphasis on teaching dyslexic children at crazygoodreaders.wordpress.com. and athomewithdyslexia.com Feel free to contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
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