- Sometime all that is needed is a place for them to play. Provide computers and let them have at it!
- Partner with a local organization, or someone that has a dedicated minecraft server. For example, Kelly at Wood was approached by a family in town who runs their own Minecraft server called "Canandaigua Minecrafters." Or find a tech saavy parent who can help with this.
- Have a teen lead the Minecraft program. Melissa at Clifton has a teen run her program and hosts Minecraft parties
- An idea for programming, pick a passage from a book and have kids create the space on Minecraft. Can make this a competition (or not)
- Have a Minecraft party. Make Minecraft crafts (i.e. foam ax) or make a "creeper." Have "minecraft" food. Pinterest has ideas. Here's link http://www.pinterest.com/search/pins/?q=minecraft%20party&rs=ac&len=9
- Show Minecraft YouTube videos. Interestingly enough, kids like to watch other kids playing Minecraft
- Put elements on a maker board (turn it into a scavenger hunt)
Here's article from Voya Magazine on more Minecraft ideas.