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Minecraft is an open-world game unlike any other. Players are placed in a borderless, randomly generated land with no supplies, directions, or objective. It is up to them to decide what to do and how to do it. The concept is similar to playing with LEGOs, only the amount of blocks is limitless. Teachers: Check out the Classroom Guide!
How It Helps This game is good for kids who need help with Focus, Flexibility, Organization, Planning and Time Management. Read on to find out why. Focus — Getting started and then maintaining attention and effort to tasks. Players must monitor their hunger and health meters throughout the game in order to not fall prey to starvation or monsters lurking in the darkness. To replenish these meters, players must consume food. Food can be obtained in a wide variety of ways, such as hunting wild animals, farming, or even baking cakes. Flexibility — Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations.