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PDF (6+) Core Journal - Homeschooling with Minecraft Curriculum

PDF (6+) Core Journal - Homeschooling with Minecraft Curriculum

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One full semester of learning! Cover every required subject. Just add math!

Fun-schooling Curriculum - Homeschooling with Minecraft: The Beginners Journal Animal and Farm Theme

This Curriculum has 290 Pages of Minecraft related Homeschooling Activities and Educational Lessons.


This curriculum is designed for curious and active children who learn through play and discovery.


Children who are not interested in traditional schoolwork will love this method of learning, because it's fun!


The theme of this book is farming, building, design and animals.


Every subject required in elementary school is covered in this curriculum.


Subjects and Topics Covered in the Curriculum:





Classical Literature

Classical Music


Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication Practice

Animals and Habitats


Computer Skills


Art, Drawing and Design

Creative Comics

Research & Library Skills

Unit Studies (based on the student’s favorite topics)


Brain Games from Dyslexia Games Series A & B


For New and Struggling Readers: This book is perfect for new and struggling readers, it uses the Dyslexie Font and includes art, reading and logic games that can help children with Dyslexia to overcome reading confusion.

This is not just for children with ADHD and Dyslexia, the curriculum can be used by any child who is creative and enjoys playing Minecraft.

The child will need to be able to play Minecraft for about 20 to 40 minutes per a few days per week to build farm related projects in the Minecraft World.

The child will also study everything that is required for young elementary age students along with any topic that interests them.

School Supplies Needed: Pencils, Colored Pencils, Gel Pens, Origami Paper, a Ruler.Parent & Child Activities:Turn to the last page to start interesting discussions with your child. Talk about farming in the real world vs. Minecraft. Draw a farm together on the last page.


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Disclaimer: This is an unofficial Minecraft book. Minecraft is a registered trademark of, and owned by, Mojang AB, and its respective owners, which do not approve, endorse, sponsor, or authorize this book. We are following Mojang’s rules for creative use of Minecraft style content. More info here:

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