- Concoct glow-in-the-dark slime
- Grow pipe cleaner snowflakes
- Design and build a model Martian habitat
- Mix milk and soap to create "fireworks"
- Make a working volcano
- Create an electromagnet
- Craft a laboratory to serve as your in-game headquarters
- Carve a crystal ice castle
- Construct a working dam
- Design and use a custom teleporter
- Build an underwater oceanographic field station
Author: John Miller, Chris Fornell Scott
Publisher: Quarry Books
Binding Type: Paperback
Size: 8.50h x 8.60w x 0.60d
Audience: Ages 9-12
About the Author
John Miller holds multiple and single subject credentials in history and science. He has been a middle school teacher for over 20 years and taught every subject in grades 6-8. He also holds a master's degree from San Diego State University in Educational Technology and Instructional Design and is a Google Certified Teacher, San Luis Obispo County CUE (Computer Using Educators) Board President, and a CUE Lead Learner. John is a featured presenter at conferences and workshops around the country. He loves teaching 21st-century skills to his students, and his passions include student blogging, e-learning, Minecraft in the classroom, photography, Apple, and Google. The co-author of Unofficial Minecraft Lab for Kids and Unofficial Minecraft STEM Lab for Kids, John is also a contributor to Minecraft in the Classroom (Peachpit Press, 10/14). He lives in Paso Robles, California.
Chris Fornell Scott is the founder and executive director of Woven Learning and Technology, a California nonprofit that runs Minecrafter Camps. One of his life goals is to inspire kids to dream big. In 2016, he moved onto a sailboat with his wife, three boys, and a beagle. You can find out more about Chris and his family at www.secretwateradventure.com.